This beautiful, historic town is the administrative centre of Gloucestershire and a regional centre for business and leisure. Set in rolling countryside on the banks of the River Severn, it is an attractive place with a varied mix of employment opportunities.
Beneath Gloucester's peaceful image lurks a hive of economic activity. The city is a well-established centre for the aerospace industry, having been the site of the pioneering Gloster Aircraft Company and there are several large aircraft production and engineering plants in the area. Messier-Dowty provides local jobs at its landing gear plant and GE Aviation Systems has a large propeller-manufacturing site at Staverton, just outside the city.
Due to company growth our client is now looking for a Customer Support Specialist to join their expanding team on a permanent basis. The client is looking for bright individuals with bags of personality that they can use to deliver exceptional... more details
Our client is looking for an Administrator to join their school based team on a on going temporary basis. The Main Duties will include: Answer incoming telephone and email enquiries professionally and quickly. Manage incoming email enquiries,... more details
I am recruiting for a mid level tester and Senior Tester to join my client based in Gloucester. Joining a family run business that has increased from 10 to 28 employees in the past 2 years . You will get involved in the testing of their software... more details
Catering Operations Manager Gloucester Services, the new motorway services on the M5 near Gloucester, is looking to recruit a key member of the Senior Management Team. We are a family business. A family business is not for the next year, it is for... more details
Administrator - Permanent - Gloucester £14.5K - £16.5K per annum depending on experience, 35 hours per week. Lovely company to work for, pleasant working conditions, excellent company benefits, car parking available, 23 days holiday. This is... more details
Jobseekers with designs on the media or marketing sectors should check out a range of potential employers. BBC Gloucester and Heart Radio are both based in the city and there are several public relations, marketing and design agencies employing local people.
Leisure and tourism are major sources of employment in the area. A significant number of tourists visit this charming part of the country every year, eager to explore the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean. All this activity creates a wealth of local jobs, from hotel staff to coach drivers, event organisers and caterers.