Great Cleveland Partnership’s Commitment

The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) offers a unique and inspiring place to work as the region’s leading economic development organization and the largest metropolitan chambers of commerce in the nation.  Working at GCP offers an opportunity to have significant impact on the region while professionally benefiting from opportunities, networking, flexibility, and recognition.  Our employees are focused every day on our All-In Plan and Values.

GCP is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a welcoming workplace for a diverse and inclusive workplace.  We recruit and advance talent from a broad range of backgrounds.  Our office, located in the vibrant Playhouse Square district of downtown Cleveland, offers an open and professional work environment that encourages collaboration and supports learning and development.

GCP offers a comprehensive and competitive employee benefit package to full and part time employees.  Learn more about GCP career opportunities, benefits, and our commitment to diversity and inclusion by reviewing the details below. 


GCP offers a comprehensive and competitive employee benefit package to full and part time employees.  The health, well-being, and financial wellness of our employees is very important to us.

GCP provides medical, dental, and vision insurance plans for full and part time employees with coverage for all eligible dependents including domestic partners.  We also offer various ancillary benefits, including life insurance, long term disability, and business travel insurance to most employees.

GCP offers an onsite fitness center with locker rooms available to all employees.  We also offer a Wellness Day focused on all areas of wellness, including physical, nutritional, emotional, financial, and more.

GCP offers a paid-time off program that combines vacation, personal days, and sick time into one back of days employees can use as they choose.  In addition, the organization observes nine holidays during the calendar year.  Remote work opportunities are also available where appropriate.

GCP employees participate in a 401(k) retirement program that includes a company match and safe harbor contribution.  Employees can make either before tax or Roth after-tax contributions or both to the plan when eligible.

Finally, GCP is committed to a workplace in which all employees are encouraged to pursue opportunities for professional development.

Career Opportunities – Grown within our All In Plan

Join our dynamic and diverse team!

Current GCP career opportunities are listed below with the most recent opportunity listed first.  For a complete position description of the position listed, please click on the position title of the opportunity of interest.  If the link is no longer available, resumes are no longer being accepted.

Area Position Title
Membership Development & Marketing Manager (or Coordinator), Social Media & Design
Equity & Inclusion Business Advisor, Ohio Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Center (Columbus)
Talent Senior Vice President, Talent
Business Innovation & Growth Director (Senior Manager or Manager), Sustainability Initiatives
Talent Workforce Navigator, Pre-Apprenticeship (2 positions available)
Government Advocacy Senior Manager (or Director), Government Advocacy
Talent Director, IT Sector Partnership
Membership Development & Marketing Vice President, Membership Revenue

How to Apply

GCP prefers the following mediums to submit your resume and qualifications.  Please choose the most convenient for you.

Email to:
GCP Careers –

Mail to:           
Greater Cleveland Partnership
Human Resources
1240 Huron Road E
Cleveland, OH 44115

GCP’s EEO Statement

This Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policy reaffirms the policy and commitment of GCP to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and job applicants.  GCP endorses and will follow its EEO policy in implementing all employment practices, policies, and procedures.

As defined by and enforced under applicable state and federal law, GCP will recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, gender expression, age, disability, or military status, and in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.