New Job Opportunities

Gloucestershire County Council and over 70 voluntary community social enterprise (VCSE), public and private sector partners from across the county have joined together and won £3.2million funding from the European Social Fund (ESF) and Big Lottery Fund (BLF) to help the county's most vulnerable adults into work, training or education.

This exciting new project, known locally as The Gloucestershire GEM (Going the Extra Mile) Project, will engage with 1,100 people over three years commencing October 2016 and will focus on people who face challenges in getting into work, and support them to move closer towards education, training, volunteering or employment.

The project will be managed by Gloucestershire Gateway Trust (GGT) on behalf of Gloucestershire County Council and GGT now wishes to recruit a number of roles for the lifetime of this three year project.

Target GEM Project Participants are Women, Addictions, Over 50s, Rural, Disability, Learning Disability, Carers, Black and Minority Ethnic, Homeless, Mental Health, and Unemployed.

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