SRG appoints Andrew Turner as Global Managing Director

STEM recruitment expert SRG primed for bright future under new executive leadership

LONDON, 08/03/2023: Today SRG, the industry leading STEM recruitment experts powered by Impellam Group, announced the appointment of Andrew Turner to the role of Managing Director.

Turner joins SRG to execute the strategic and commercial leadership of the business, reporting in to Impellam’s STEM portfolio CEO Kelly Morton. Turner will drive SRG’s strategic vision and direct the development of new services and client offerings, while strengthening SRG’s people-centric business culture.

Commenting on the appointment, Kelly Morton, STEM Portfolio CEO at Impellam Group, said: “Andrew has an amazing and award-winning record of success. He understands what is needed to help our clients to build better businesses with the specialised talent SRG are experts in finding. I look forward to working with Andrew to establish and elevate our STEM recruitment and I’m confident in his ability to continue SRG’s mission in building tomorrow’s world through powerful partnerships”.

Andrew Turner, Managing Director SRG, said: “Having enjoyed a career with Impellam for a number of years, I am looking forward to beginning my journey with Kelly and SRG. SRG’s dedication to empowering individuals and STEM businesses to enhance the now and shape the future is not only inspiring, but crucial to match the ever-evolving needs of the STEM industries. I believe SRG’s established talent network and partnership model places us in a unique position to solve the issue of futureproofing talent pipelines in scientific businesses across the world.”

Turner joins SRG following an established career in strategic and commercial leadership for some of Impellam’s global brands, most recently in the Asia and Pacific Regions. As Executive Director for Medacs, Global Medics and Litmus Workforce Solutions, Turner oversaw a full-scale business transformation including significant expansion of sales and operational functions to standardise business practice and streamline cost bases.


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About SRG

SRG is the leading recruiter of permanent and temporary STEM talent for the UK, Europe, and the US. With over thirty years’ experience serving the STEM industries, SRG expertly take projects from discovery to completion, developing bespoke solutions that unlock new ways of working and thought. SRG is part of Impellam Group,  a leading staffing business in the UK. Impellam’s vision is to be the world’s most trusted staffing company – trusted by our people, our customers, and our investors in equal measure. 

About Impellam Group

Impellam is a connected group providing global workforce and specialist recruitment solutions. Our 2000 people and market leading brands work across a broad spectrum of industries and job categories throughout North America, the UK and Europe and Asia Pac.
Our award-winning Global Managed Services provide a diverse range of digitally enabled, multi-disciplinary workforce solutions to organisations around the world. We are upper quadrant industry leaders in Managed Service Provision and Services Procurement, and the seventh largest Managed Service Provider in the world with over £4bn SUM (Spend under Management).
Our STEM businesses are specialists in recruiting and engaging talent in the key growth markets of technology, digital, data, science, clinical and engineering and work with clients across all sectors and sizes delivering services that span Managed Services (MSP), Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Statement of Work (SOW) and specialist recruitment.
Led by our Virtuosos, our capabilities are underpinned by our proprietary digital technology and unique partnerships with market-leading software providers, enabling us to transform and future-proof our services.

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