Recruitment Solutions

Permanent Employees

Apton has supplied permanent employees to market leaders and emerging enterprises since 2011. 

We have lead the way in recruitment innovation with proprietary candidate sourcing, screening and selection.

Interim Resources

Our clients engage our flexible workforce for their organisational workflow peaks. 

We supply talent on either a fixed term contract, a daily rate, or hourly rate terms.

We also provide a payroll facility to enable effective remuneration. 

Talent Attraction

By discovering your organisations marketable Employee Value Proposition, we design a talent attraction strategy to convert passive talent into applicants. 

Our Discover, Design, Deliver method ensures the optimisation of your organisations EVP and recruitment platforms.

Permanent & Interim Recruitment Verticals


  • Programme Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Solution Architects
  • Network Engineers
  • Systems Administrators
  • DevOps Engineers

Business Leadership

  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Technical Officers
  • Chief Operations Officers
  • Managing Directors
  • Head of Technology
  • Head of Sales


  • Enterprise Account Directors
  • Business Development Managers
  • Solution Consultants
  • Senior Account Managers
  • Senior Account Executives
  • Sales Executives 
  • Lead Generation


  • Office Managers
  • Executive Assistants
  • Personal Assistants
  • Office Administration
  • Legal Secretaries
  • Receptionists
  • Sales Support

Where did the name Apton come from?

The name Apton was created from the word Hampton. Which was the name of the place our founder, Anthony Costigan lived when creating Apton. This was the place Anthony was happiest and achieved his best performance. Apton’s purpose is to help talent be at their happiest, thus achieving their best performance for their employer.

What our clients say about Apton...

We like to do things a little bit differently at Apton.

We think relying on job ads is a bit boring, so sometimes we like to mix it up

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