GB Solutions


At GB Solutions we work with many of the region’s leading employers, SMEs and start-up companies. We can offer a wide range of job opportunities for anyone considering a career move. Whether you are new to the area, seeking a promotion, or are looking to exit a role, our team of sector specialists can help find you your next opportunity.

We are aware of upcoming roles, that are not yet advertised and will speak to employers on your behalf. Using negotiation skills, we operate in a flexible way, to ensure you get the best possible deal.

We have a consultative approach. This means we focus on building relationships with our candidates. Enabling us to understand you better, putting us in the perfect position to help find you your new role.

We will help you update and improve your CV, so that you make the right impression. Supporting you through every step of the recruitment process. From interview preparation questions, to providing you with directions to your interview if you need them.

We also like to stay in touch once you’ve started your new role, wherever possible. It’s nice to hear how you’re getting on.

Please be in touch to discuss our latest roles and to see how we can assist you.


Established in 1999, we have grown to become a market leading, regional recruitment agency, based in Gloucestershire, covering the M4/M5 corridors, working remotely.

Our team of expert consultants at GB Solutions offer sector relevant experience and partner your business in sourcing talent on a permanent, temporary, or contract basis.

We have access to the best local talent, through a combination of continuous advertising, networking, recommendations, repeat business and referrals, spanning more the 20 years.

At GB Solutions we pride ourselves on the relationships we build, to ensure clients come back time after time.

Mike and Tom listening to Joe talking

Tom at GB Solutions was extremely proactive, focused, helpful and professional. He made the recruitment process seamless.

Jamie Candidate

Meet the team

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Tom O’Dell

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