International human services provider APM will expand into three new jobactive regions following a comprehensive federal government review of the job program in Western Australia.
APM is one of only three providers to be awarded new contracts, bringing its total WA jobactive regions to five.
Employment Services Group CEO Karen Rainbow said APM will employ an additional 30-plus staff and is looking forward to helping more West Australians out of unemployment and into a job.
"APM is a high performing jobactive provider in WA and our three additional regions means we can get even more people into jobs,” Ms Rainbow said.
APM will have full time jobactive offices from March in:
Ms Rainbow said APM would also have a part-time office in Busselton, as well as a presence in Narrogin; Katanning; Collie; Margaret River and Manjimup.
jobactive is the Australian Government’s way to get more Australians into work. It connects job seekers with employers and is delivered by a network of jobactive providers in over 1,700 locations across Australia.
APM was established by Megan Wynne in Perth in 1994 and has grown to become a leading international human services organisation delivering employment, injury management/vocational rehabilitation, assessment, allied health intervention and community care (aged care and disability care) services.
APM delivers these services from more than 400 locations nationally across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
To date, APM has helped more than a million people.
Adrian Bradley, General Manager Corporate Affairs
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