Newry Jobs and Benefits
Newry Jobs and Benefits

Discover the comprehensive range of services provided by the Newry Jobs and Benefits Office, including contact details, address, and opening times. Learn about the various benefits and support services available to the residents of Newry and the surrounding areas.

Newry Jobs and Benefits Office Address

Located at Phoenix House, 40 Bridge Street, Newry, BT35 8AJ, the Newry Jobs and Benefits Office serves as a vital hub for individuals seeking assistance with employment and benefits.

When visiting the office, you can expect a welcoming environment where dedicated staff members are ready to provide guidance and support tailored to your needs.

Whether you are looking for information on Universal Jobmatch, Income Support, Jobseekers Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, or Universal Credit, the office is equipped to assist you in navigating these services.

Contact Information:

  • Phone number: 028 3026 5522
  • Text phone: 028 3025 4106
  • Fax (jobs): 028 3025 4185
  • Fax (benefits): 028 3025 3076
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (For job enquiries)

Feel free to reach out to the office through any of these channels for assistance or to clarify any queries you may have regarding the services offered.

Jobcentre Opening & Closing Times

DWP Jobcentre Plus is 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.

Universal credit in Northern Ireland

How To Claim Universal credit in Northern Ireland

Most people in N Ireland who need to start claiming benefits will now claim Universal Credit. You can make and manage a Universal Credit claim online.

Universal credit is rolling out across Northern Ireland. Since December 2018 any working-age person making a new claim for social security assistance will claim universal credit instead of some of the current benefits, including Housing benefits.