JobCentre Plus Job Seekers Guide
Welcome to our independent guide to the JobCentre services, help with online job searching, CV building and
guides to the ever daunting interview.
This site is a handy guide to the jobcentre plus services you can get, your guide to the benefits and services
of using the job centre plus facilities in your town.
Jobcentre plus is a government agency and a part of the Department for Work and Pensions and is there to provide
you the tools to be able to look for employment, to give you the advice and help needed to find employment.
The jobcentre offices are there to support people of working age, paying unemployment benefits where entitled
and helping people to find employment. employers can also advertise jobs vacancies for free.
Below you will find section that we will use to help you through the Jobcentre plus maze.
A guide to JobCentre Plus
Jobcentres are the main customer-facing Jobcentre Plus offices that deliver the services and support such
as job seeker interviews and job search advice.
In your local Jobcentre plus building there is a seating areas for job seekers who are awaiting thier
booked job centre interviews and are are dispersed throughout the open-plan office.
The waiting space within the Support and Advice areas are there so you can wait in an informal and
Historically Jobcentre Plus helped those who were unemployed and employed. Now they only help the unemployed and
deal directly with jobless claiming benefit, anyone can search for a job at the Jobcentre Plus website, touch
screen Jobpoints or via Jobseeker Direct. Employers and employment agencies can advertise their vacancies online by
setting up an account with Employer direct. These vacancies will be listed through Jobpoints, Jobseeker Direct, and
the Jobcentre Plus website.
|Images From www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk