The Jobcentre are under obligation to help you find a job if you are claiming JSA. Make an appointment with them to register (if you havent already) and from there you will be required to continue searching and fill in a book and go back to sign on once every 2 weeks. When you go in for your appointment, you can request a job search to be conducted for you, this is another way to do it as well as on the touch screen system in the centre.

So can the Jobcentre really find you a job

Yes, the Jobcentre Plus can help you find a job. As a government agency, its role is to help job seekers find employment and support them in their job search.

The jobcentre can help jobseekers find employment by providing job listings, job search support, and access to training and development opportunities. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the jobseeker to actively search and apply for jobs.

Jobcentre Plus offers a range of services to jobseekers, including CV and interview support, access to training and development programs, and information on job vacancies. They may also provide job matching services, which can help connect jobseekers with suitable job opportunities based on their skills, experience, and qualifications.

The Jobcentre Plus provides a range of services to job seekers, including help with writing CVs and cover letters, access to job listings, job matching services, and information on training and development opportunities. They can also provide advice and support for individuals with disabilities or health conditions.

In addition, the Jobcentre Plus may refer job seekers to employers who are hiring or offer work placements and apprenticeships. They may also provide financial assistance, such as travel expenses or clothing allowances, to help individuals attend job interviews and start work.

It is important to note that while the Jobcentre Plus can provide support and resources for job seekers, ultimately it is up to the individual to actively search for and apply to job openings. Job seekers should also be prepared to take steps to improve their skills and qualifications, such as attending training courses or gaining work experience, to increase their chances of finding employment.