Previous Article Next Article Social investment and regeneration group Prime Focus has appointed MaxineEspley as head of its training and employment division Focus Pathways. Shetakes up the post after seven years as a senior manager of care and support forthe group. She will head a team of 30 and will be responsible for a strategicreview of each service area. The body provides workplace training andexperience for people with careers looking after adults and in childcare,construction, public administration and customer services. House of Fisher, the business apartments operator, has appointed JohnHampson as its new corporate development manager. Hampson was formerlyexecutive director at Forte Travelodge and led the management team thatdeveloped the brand in the UK. Richard Brown has been made vice-president of group HR for engineering andconstruction firm Aker Kvaerner. Brown has been with the group for six yearsand for the past four years he was executive vice-president of HR within adivision of Kvaerner. In his new role, Brown will initially focus on global HRpolicy issues. He will also be responsible for HR within Europe and AsiaPacific, with special attention to employee relations, management developmentand organisational issues. Peter Blackburn is the new training and development manager for ConnexionsWest of England, the body offering information, advice and guidance. In his newrole he has been charged with developing a training and development strategy,which will then be used nationally. On the moveOn 21 Jan 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.