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Discover more about working at University of Gloucestershire, view our current vacancies and apply online.

The University has grown into a diverse, vibrant community of 12,000 students and 1,600 staff with a strong teaching heritage stretching back nearly 200 years.

Why join us?

Integrity. Nurture. Ambition. Curiosity. Sustainability

Our core values determine our approach in everything we do. We care about the welfare & development of our staff and the future of the planet, with sustainability woven into all aspects of life at UoG.

We are always on the lookout for talented people from all backgrounds and encourage you to be your true self at work.

Why not join us if you would like to work at an inclusive organisation with a close-knit community and great benefits?

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We have a great range of benefits to offer which include:

We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, offering an inclusive and safe working environment for all our staff.

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We are passionate about what we do and want you to be, too. In return we offer an excellent package of benefits.

The University carries a Silver rating in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), which rates participating universities as Gold, Silver or Bronze.


We understand that good health and wellbeing supports a positive working experience and we offer staff access to a range of wellbeing and support services, including our Employee Assistance programme, discounted private health care, sports and exercise space, Sanctuary spaces and a Chaplaincy.

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Agile Working

With family friendly policies and an agile working framework, we support our colleagues so they can have a rewarding career and healthy lifestyle balance.

Pension Schemes

All employees have access to a generous pension scheme, providing valuable benefits for retirement and life assurance and protection for your family.

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Commitment to training and development

Our goal is to support our staff through training, development, and recognition so they can perform to the best of their abilities to deliver teaching and support services to the highest standards.

We are committed to supporting professional development in a variety of ways to suit you. This includes a wide range of online resources that can work around your schedule alongside more formal development programmes and one-off training opportunities.

You can also undertake apprenticeships or any other formal qualifications at a subsidised rate while working with us to support your career development.

Equity, diversity and inclusion

We want you to be your true self at work. We aspire to be a community which values positive human relationships that you feel you belong to.

With the support and dedication of our staff and staff networks including Pride+, Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic+ Network and Women’s Network, we promote an inclusive culture where everyone is treated fairly and with respect.

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Staff travel schemes

We encourage all staff and students to walk, cycle or use public transport and offers an excellent inter-campus bus service.

The university is part of the Cycle to Work scheme, allowing for tax free purchase of cycles and accessories as well as discounted bus passes.

Car parking is also available at each campus with car share scheme offering discounted car parking charges.

Ranked in the top tier of the SOS-UK net zero ranking

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You can get in touch with the human resources team using the options below​.​

We’ll get back to you as soon as we can within office hours