Age UK Gloucestershire is a great place to work.
Could you bring your skills to our team?
See our latest vacancies below.
Working for Age UK Gloucestershire
Age UK Gloucestershire is a local independent charity.
Our staff and volunteers help local older people, offering activities, events and information. It's a great place to work if you really want to make a difference to people's lives and we are a flexible, friendly local employer.
We exist to improve the quality of life and promote the independence of all older people living in Gloucestershire.
If you are interested in becoming part of our team and to apply for any of the roles advertised, please complete the forms at the bottom of this page and upload to the link on each job page. Please note that only completed Age UK Gloucestershire application forms received by the closing date will be considered. We do not accept CVs so, unless specifically stated, please use the Application Form below.
Please upload completed application forms to the link on each job page or via post FAO Angela Jellyman, HR Manager, Henley House, Barnett Way, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3RT.
We endeavour to acknowledge all applications within 7 days of receipt and will notify applicants who have not been shortlisted by email within 7 days of the closing date.
If you're thinking of applying for a job at Age UK Gloucestershire, you might like to read this article about completing application forms by a former colleague at AUKG. You can read it here. Also - you may want to read this information about what benefits we can offer.
Hospital Support Coordinator Vacancy
Salary: £21,267 per annum
Location: Cheltenham General Hospital & Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
Hours: Full-time, 37 hours per week (Mon-Fri flexible)
Are you passionate about working with older people? Are you an excellent communicator who’s knowledgeable about the hospital environment?
Age UK Gloucestershire is seeking a trustee Treasurer to join its Board of 8 trustees
Would you like to join us in making Gloucestershire the best county in which to grow older?