At peak times Gloucester Services employs over 400 people and offers a wide range of roles and opportunities.
It is a motorway services business that is a partnership between a family business (Westmorland) and us, a charity (Gloucestershire Gateway Trust), which cooks food from scratch and works with more than 130 local producers in its Farmshop and Kitchen.
There are many different types of jobs at Gloucester Services, from serving customers in the Kitchens and Farmshops, to working to prepare food behind the scenes, to cleaning and maintenance. Jobs can also be full or part-time, with flexible hours available in some areas.
Working at Gloucester Services
If you’ve never been to Gloucester Services, or wondered what it might be like to work there, let some of our colleagues show you around and tell you what they think in our short colleague films…
What jobs are currently available?
You can visit the dedicated recruitment website where you can view and apply for current job vacancies, read about the fantastic benefits of becoming a Gloucester Services colleague, and find out more on the award-winning partnership with us here at Gloucestershire Gateway Trust:
Need some additional support?
Gloucestershire Gateway Trust regularly run an employment skills course called ‘Bridging the Gap’ for anyone interested in working at Gloucester Services but who may want pre-employment support first, such as interview skills, confidence boosting, completing application forms and the opportunity to try out some of the jobs. Participants on the ‘Bridging the Gap’ course are also guaranteed interview at Gloucester Services on completion of the three-day course.
We run several courses a year, so if you’d like to find out when the next course is running or to register interest, please contact us.
An inclusive employer
Gloucester Services have also received the ‘Gloucestershire Inclusive Employer Award’ from Inclusivity Works, thanks to their ongoing commitment to supporting people who may be experiencing barriers to work or struggling with the recruitment process. Find out more on the Inclusivity Works website.