GEM Project Navigator Developer

Full-time temporary position at GRCC (until Dec 2022); salary £19,000 - £23,000 per annum (FTE) dependent on experience

Closing date for applications 10am, Friday, 8 October 2021

GRCC is seeking a committed individual who can inspire, motivate and support GEM (Going the Extra Mile) 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.

Are you a self-starter who wants to get a real sense of achievement from your work?  Can you provide people with one-to-one support to enable them to overcome barriers they face?  If the answer to these questions is 'yes' then this is the role for you.

You will join the other GEM Navigator Developer based at GRCC's offices in College Green, Gloucester.  You will also become part of a wider team of over 30 Navigator Developers, working in other voluntary sector organisations across the county, who are delivering this very successful project in Gloucestershire.

You can find out more about GRCC, GEM and the project's successes to date on our website and the GEM website.  The GEM Project is jointly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund.

This is an ideal opportunity for people at any stage in their career - whether you are just setting out or have more work experience.  You may have lived experience of overcoming barriers, or be keen to re-start your career.  You may have an interest in areas ranging from health and wellbeing, human geography, business and employment, mentoring and coaching, sociology or social care.

To access the job details, job specification and application form, click the boxes in the sidebar to the right.  Applications will ONLY be accepted with a completed application form.

Please feel free to email for a chat about this position.  Contact us by email jobs@grcc.org.uk

Closing date 10am, Friday, 8 October 2021, with interviews to be held via Zoom or in person on Friday, 15 October 2021