About the GEM Project
Gloucestershire County Council and over 50 voluntary community social enterprise (VCSE), public and private sector partners from across the county joined together and won £3.2million funding to help the county’s most vulnerable adults into work, training or education; the project is jointly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund.
This exciting project, known as The Gloucestershire GEM (Going the Extra Mile) Project, commenced in October 2016 and has engaged with over 1500 people across Gloucestershire. It focusses on people who face challenges in getting into work, and supports them to move closer towards education, training, or employment.
The GEM Project is managed by Gloucestershire Gateway Trust (GGT) on behalf of Gloucestershire County Council. The project is being delivered by GEM Delivery Partners and, as one of those Partners, we now have an opportunity to recruit a Navigator Developer for the remainder of this project, which has been extended until the end of 2022.
Providing intensive day to day 1:2:1 support to GEM Project Participants to build their stability, confidence, motivation and readiness to learn, and ultimately move them closer towards education, training, volunteering or work, including self-employment.
Hours and Pay
Hours: 36 per week.
Pension: IG operates the NEST pension scheme and will contribute 3% subject to qualifying status.
Salary: £22,401 per annum (pro rata £21,505).
Contract: Fixed Term Contract period until 31 December 2022.
Location: 2 St Michael’s Court, St Michael’s Square, Gloucester, GL1 1JB.
Holiday: 28 days + bank holidays pro rata.
Job Description (.docx download)
Job Advertisment (.docx download)
Application Form (.docx download)
Closing date: Midnight on 3 October.
Intended Interview Dates: 12 and 13 of October.
Inclusion Gloucestershire is Charity No. 1171559.
If you would like an informal discussion about this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will give you a call.
You can also request a job pack by phone (01452 234003).