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Have you ever thought about working for a project that helps individuals move closer towards or into employment? 

The GEM Project supports individuals across Gloucestershire to get into or closer to employment through mentoring, goal setting, gaining skills and personal development and we now have a new vacancy for a Partnership Co-ordinator.

The GEM Partnership Co-ordinator will work on behalf of the GEM partnership and stakeholders to strengthen existing connections and establish new ones. It is vital that the breadth of opportunities, services and expertise of the GEM partnership is shared and communicated effectively in order to i) maximise the quality of GEM provision, ii) raise awareness and ensure referrals into the programme, and iii) further increase the positive perception and recognition of the strength of the GEM partnership.

The GEM Partnership Co-ordinator will be dynamic, creative, an exceptional communicator and have a good understanding of the employment, education, and support services in the county.

For full details about this role, please click the link below:

GEM Partnership Co-ordinator job description

Applications are to be made by sending a CV and covering letter outlining your suitability for the role via email to, and addressed to Jason Dunsford, Head of Employment & Skills at Gloucestershire Gateway Trust. The deadline for applications is 9am Thursday 17th September.

Please specify in your application if you would like to be considered for the full-time post, a secondment or a part-time/job share opportunity.

Gloucestershire Gateway Trust is an inclusive employer. Information about this vacancy in alternative formats is available upon request.

For an informal conversation about the role or questions regarding secondment or job sharing, please make contact with Jason Dunsford via email at

The GEM Project is jointly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund. 

The GEM Project is recruiting!

by Nikki Davies