Discover the DWP Jobcentre Plus Scotland Regions and their multiple offices that offer a range of services to jobseekers and those receiving benefits. Use our handy links to find your local Jobcentre plus office, including contact telephone numbers, email addresses, and a local map to get you there.

DWP Jobcentre Plus Scotland Regions

Jobcentre Plus is a government agency that provides services to jobseekers and those receiving benefits. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) operates Jobcentre Plus offices throughout Scotland, divided into six main regions. These regions are:

  • North East Scotland Region: Includes Aberdeen, Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Inverurie, and Huntly.
  • North West Scotland Region: Includes Inverness, Fort William, Elgin, Thurso, and Lerwick.
  • West Scotland Region: Includes Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock, Irvine, and Kilmarnock.
  • East Scotland Region: Includes Edinburgh, Livingston, Musselburgh, Galashiels, and Hawick.
  • South East Scotland Region: Includes Dundee, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Arbroath, and Montrose.
  • South West Scotland Region: Includes Dumfries, Ayr, Kilmarnock, Stranraer, and Hamilton.

Each region has multiple Jobcentre Plus offices that offer a range of services to jobseekers and those receiving benefits. These services include job vacancies, CV help and advice, general job hunting, and more. It is recommended to check the official government website or call the office ahead of time to confirm their services and any changes to their operating status.

North East Scotland Region

The North East Scotland Region covers a large area of Scotland, including the cities of Aberdeen and Inverurie. The region is home to a diverse range of industries, including oil and gas, agriculture, and tourism. Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these industries, as well as others.

North West Scotland Region

The North West Scotland Region covers a vast area of Scotland, including the Highlands and Islands. The region is home to many remote and rural communities, and Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these areas. The offices can also provide support for those looking for work in the tourism industry, which is a significant contributor to the region's economy.

West Scotland Region

The West Scotland Region is home to Scotland's largest city, Glasgow, and other significant towns such as Paisley and Kilmarnock. The region has a diverse range of industries, including finance, manufacturing, and retail. Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these industries, as well as others.

East Scotland Region

The East Scotland Region covers a large area of Scotland, including the capital city, Edinburgh. The region has a diverse range of industries, including finance, healthcare, and education. Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these industries, as well as others.

South East Scotland Region

The South East Scotland Region covers a large area of Scotland, including the cities of Dundee and Kirkcaldy. The region has a diverse range of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, and tourism. Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these industries, as well as others.

South West Scotland Region

The South West Scotland Region covers a large area of Scotland, including the cities of Ayr and Kilmarnock. The region has a diverse range of industries, including agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. Jobcentre Plus offices in this region can provide support and advice on finding work in these industries, as well as others.

Use the list below to find local Jobcentre Plus Offices located in Scotland. Our handy links offer the address of your local Jobcentre plus office, contact telephone numbers, email addresses, and a local map to get you there. The jobcentre plus is not just for getting your benefits but also an excellent resource for job vacancies, CV help & advice general job hunting.

Please select a town or city from the list below to view the address, local map, and contact telephone numbers for your nearest Jobcentre Plus Scotland Office.

Jobcentre Opening & Closing Times

DWP Jobcentre Plus are normally open from

  • Jobcentre opening hours are from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday till Friday
  • Crisis Loan telephone lines are open from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. Monday till Friday
  • Contact Centres are open from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm. Monday till Friday

These are the normal Jobcentre opening hours for most DWP jobcentres in the UK.

If You need to cancel or change an appointment at your local DWP Jobcentre Plus Office you may only contact them during normal business hours.

Advertise a Job vacancy Online At Your Local Jobcentre Plus

Advertising a Job vacancy Online At Your Local Jobcentre Plus is easy. Call your local Jobcentre plus office and get Information for employers looking to advertise a job vacancy online. Post A Job Online at the Jobcentre plus your local DWP office anywhere in the UK

Cancel Or Change A Jobcentre Appointment

Cancel Or Change An Appointment At The DWP Jobcentre Plus

You can contact Jobcentre Plus about new benefit claims, existing benefit claims and changing or canceling an appointment. Find out about the benefits and Jobs. To cancel or amend your appointments with the dwp, you can use the phone numbers below

The telephone number to cancel or change other Jobcentre appointments is 0800 169 0190.

The textphone number to cancel or change other Jobcentre appointments is 0800 169 0314.

The NGT text relay number to cancel or change other Jobcentre appointments is 18001 then0800 169 0190.

The Welsh language phone number to cancel or change other Jobcentre appointments is 0800 169 0207.

The phone numbers to change and cancel other Jobcentre appointments is available Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Jobcentre Telephone Numbers

If you need to contact your local Jobcentre you can use the telephone numbers below

Telephone Jobcentre Plus for free by calling the DWP freephone contact number 0800 055 6688 to discuss Jobs & Benefits, job vacancies, or to make a new Universal Credit claim.

Jobcentre Plus Telephone numbers and address. Find the Jobcentre contact details for new claims and existing benefits claims.

Employers can also call the Jobcentre plus to post a job advert online, it's a quick, easy and effective way to find new staff fast.