Marketing Cheltenham is a new partnership collaboration with ambitious plans to raise the profile of Cheltenham as a great place to visit, work, invest and study.
2019 takes us into the second year of our ambitious 5-year strategy to grow the visitor economy and we are looking for a talented new marketing team who can join us in an exciting period of the regeneration of Cheltenham.
There are currently no positions available.
A Year in Cheltenham – come and join the fun
There are a number of benefits to working with us.
HolidayThe holiday leave year runs from 1st April to 31st March. Holiday entitlement on joining the council will be 25 days pro rata in addition to pro rata bank holidays. The entitlement increases to a maximum of 30 days as follows:
- At year 1 – increases to 26 days (pro rata)
- At year 2 – increases to 27 days (pro rata)
- At year 3 – increases to 28 days (pro rata)
- At year 4 – increases to 29 days (pro rata)
- At year 5 – increases to 30 days (pro rata)
PensionYou will enter the Superannuation Scheme automatically on appointment with appropriate deductions from salary. You may opt out of the scheme at any time by completing the relevant form and forwarding this to the Human Resources Division. A copy of the scheme booklet can be accessed by visiting the pension pages of Gloucestershire County Council’s website.
SicknessThe council sickness scheme is intended to supplement statutory sick pay and incapacity benefit so as to maintain normal pay during defined periods of absence on account of sickness, disease, accident or assault. Sickness payment under the scheme is based on local government service and is as follows:-
- During the 1st year of service one month’s full pay (and after completing four months’ service) one month’s full pay and two months’ half pay.
- During the 2nd year of service two months’ full pay and two months’ half pay.
- During the 3rd year of service four months’ full pay and four months’ half pay.
- During the 4th and 5th years of service five months’ full pay and five months’ half pay.
- After 5 years’ service six months’ full pay and six months’ half pay.
- Subsidised parking
- Employee welfare service
- Enhanced maternity scheme
- Paternity leave
- Smart working – laptops, mobile phone, potential for remote and home working
- Flexitime scheme
- Potential to buy and sell annual leave
Cheltenham is an amazing place. From humble medieval origins to a buzzing borough of 115,000 people, Cheltenham is a place that has thrived through centuries of change. It is a place we are proud of and passionate about, and we are committed to helping it grow and prosper in years to come.
Cheltenham is one of Britain’s finest spa towns, set in a sheltered position between the rolling Cotswold Hills and the Severn Vale. It has a population of c117,000 and with its architectural heritage, educational facilities and quality environment, Cheltenham is an attractive place to live, work and play.
Cheltenham has an affluent economy that supports 72,000 jobs in a range of industries including defence, aerospace, electronics and tourism. Our key growth sector is cyber industries, and our relationship with GCHQ puts us in a unique position to drive our ambition in super-fast digital connectivity and innovation in technology and productivity.
We have a strong educational sector with a range of providers. As Cheltenham engages with the growth agenda, there is an increasing demand for skills and apprenticeships.
Cheltenham has an international reputation as a thriving centre for culture, heritage and sporting events. We host world-renowned festivals such as the Cheltenham Literature Festival and the Cheltenham (Gold Cup) Festival, which enjoys ticket sales of over 250,000. Embracing culture in its broadest sense, we celebrate the best of literature, art, music, sport and science, from the most innovative to the most accessible.
We are proud of Cheltenham’s strong and diverse communities. These are supported by a range of voluntary and community groups, resident associations, faith groups, partnerships and parish councils. Projects such as our Inspiring Families project, the St. Peters and The Moors Big Local Project and Midsummer Fiesta are just some of the building blocks on which we can build stronger, healthier and more inclusive communities.