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Our vision is to make Greater Manchester one of the best places in the world to grow up, get on and grow old.

Greater Manchester is one of the country's most successful city regions.  Home to more than 2.8 million people and with an economy bigger than that of Wales or Northern Ireland.  Our vision is to make Greater Manchester one of the best places in the world to grow up, get on and grow old.  We're getting there through a combination of economic growth, and the reform of public services.

Here in Greater Manchester we believe in leading the way and doing things differently.  Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) plays a huge role in bringing people and organisations together.  Devolution gives local people more control over issues that affect our area.  It means that city regions speak with one voice and we can make the strongest case for resources and investment.  It also helps the entire North of England achieve its full potential.

Come and Join Us

As an employer, GMCA is an integrated organisation made up of a number of key pan-Greater Manchester strategic functions and service providers including: waste; environment; works and skills; research; public sector reform; police; crime and criminal justice; homelessness; the Greater Manchester Aging Hub; the Commissioning Hub; and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS).

The employment opportunities at GMCA cover a broad range of roles in the teams above to support functions in areas including:

  • Human Resources, Payroll, Pensions, Recruitment
  • Corporate Support, Finance, Procurement, Estates, Catering
  • ICT, Digital Services, System Support, Service Desk, Data Analysis, Radio/Voice Communications
  • Comms and Engagement (Communications, Media, Digital)
  • Core Investment
  • In addition there are Project Management and Administrative roles across the organisation

Be part of it!

Greater Manchester Strategy: Our People, Our Place There is a new plan for Greater Manchester. It's called Our People, Our Place. It has been written by all 10 councils, the Mayor, the NHS, transport, the police and the fire service, with help from businesses, voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations, and members of the public. The plan covers health, wellbeing, work and jobs, housing, transport, skills, training and economic growth.