Find A Jobcentre Plus
Find A Jobcentre Plus Office In The UK
You can find the address and contact information for your nearest local jobcentre plus office on this website using our comprehensive list of all the UK jobcentres, you can view the list here of all Jobcentre Plus Offices. If you want to contact your nearest Jobcentre Plus office directly, You can either use the contact telephone numbers found on this site or you can visit the official DWP Job Centre Plus website at DirectGov or at the new website Gov.UK for more help and information on ways to help you find a job or just find a jobcentre that is near your current location.
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Find your nearest local jobcentre plus
Find the UK jobcentre addresses and phone numbers for your local Jobcentre Plus in our extensive list of jobcentre Offices.
You can our Jobcentre Plus Map to find your nearest DWP office, get reviews directions, telephone numbers. You can also write to your nearest jobcentre plus office by using the address found on the local office search.
Find help and advice about the wide range of services that are available from a nearby Jobcentre Plus office, you can also find detailed information about claiming unemployment and incapacity benefits if you live in the UK.
Jobcentre Plus is a government-funded employment agency and social security office that can be found in most cities and towns in the United Kingdom, it was created to help people of working age find employment around the UK. It was initially formed when the Employment Service did a merger along with the Benefits Agency and was then named Jobcentre Plus in 2002. It is an integral part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Jobcentre Plus provides many tools to help job-seekers to find a job, through the use of Job points (touch-screen computer terminals), Jobseeker Direct, and the Jobcentre Plus website. They offer information about training opportunities for the unemployed. They administer claims for benefits such as Universal Credit, Incapacity Benefit, and Maternity Allowance.