Job Centre is open Monday through Friday 6:00am – 12.00pm, Saturday 6:00am – 12.00am, and Sunday 6:00am – 12.00am.

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If you find yourself out of work and struggling to pay your bills, then you should contact Jobcentre plus to see if you qualify for any type of benefits from the state, whilst you are searching for a job. The Jobcentre plus helpline exists to answer all of the questions you might have about different aspects of the services that they offer.

Here are some important points to remember before calling the Jobcentre Plus contact number:

Be Prepared When Phoning the Job Centre Contact Number

Be sure to have all of your important personal information with you before you dial the Jobcentre plus phone number. This will incorporate your National Insurance Number, individual points of interest, address and any pertinent information regarding your call.

In the event that you are want to claim benefits, you will require lease interest, payment, expenses and your last occupation points.

Find the Correct Party

Pay close attention to the Job centre Plus helpline voice menu prompt, this will allow you to be connected with the right consultant and save you time on your call.

What if Phone Support Can’t Help Me?

If you still aren´t clear on what you need to do to claim benefits after calling the Jobcentre Plus telephone number, the you should locate your nearest office and stop by to see a member of staff and speak with them in person.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the “New Deal” mean?

The new deal is another program that has been launched by the Jobcentre. That allows you to get training and understanding of work. This is a type of learning that urges individuals to try an alternative field of work or retraining in a similar profession.

In the event that you have been claiming Jobseekers allowance for 12 months or more, you need to participate in the new deal program.

For more information, call the Jobcentre number listed above.

What benefits can I claim?

The benefits that you are able to claim are subject to your particular circumstance. There are 3,500 accessible grants available in the UK and a member of staff at your nearest Job Centre contact office or online on their website will show you how you can check your qualification. Make a beeline for the site or call the Job centre number contact a specialist.

Information about Job Centre Plus

Jobcentre Plus is established by the Department of Work and Pensions, which is a part of the UK government. This is an employment benefit organization that is based in Leeds.

The elements of Jobcentre plus are comprised of being able to give people a service that enables them to find employment, whilst and helping those who lost their occupations due to disability, illness or addiction and can not work financially.

The Universal Jobmatch is another website created by the government that gives those looking for work, or, job seekers the possibility to view and apply for accessible positions online, without having to go to a Jobcentre Plus office in person. Prospective employers can also review possible candidates and post jobs on the website.

What can a Jobcentre Plus office help me with?

Jobcentre Plus offices may be able to help you with existing or new benefit claims and job centre-related appointments. You can find your nearest Jobcentre Plus by using the ‘Local Office Search’ tool on the government website or by calling the JobCentre contact number above. There should also be the contact details of your local Jobcentre Plus on any written communication you have received from them.

How can I make a new claim for benefits?

You can make a new claim for benefits, such as Jobseeker’s Allowance, by contacting the Jobcentre Plus number on this page. If you require any accessible formats, like large print or Braille, you can also request these over the phone.

Alternatively, you can apply for Jobseeker’s Allowance online by filling in the ‘Jobseeker’s Allowance Online’ form on the government website.

How can I find out what benefits I may be eligible for?

The easiest way to find out if you are eligible for job seeking-related benefits, or any other benefits, is by using an online ‘Benefits Calculator’. The government website suggests that applicants use the ‘entitledto’ or the ‘Turn2us’ online benefits calculators.

You may need some personal information to hand to fill in the form, including details of your latest council tax bill, childcare payments, current benefits, current pension, income and savings, your partner’s income and savings, and rent/mortgage costs. Of course, you only need to supply information that applies to you – for example, if you do not currently receive a pension, you do not need to supply this information.

Keep in mind, benefits calculators will not give accurate results for everyone. If you are a prisoner, permanent resident of a care/nursing home, under 18 years of age, or a student, you may not be able to use the service. The service also may not be useable for individuals who are not residents of Ireland or the UK, individuals living outside of the UK, or those on strike. If you have additional queries call the Job Centre phone number above.

How can Jobcentre Plus help me with an existing benefit claim?

Individuals with an existing benefit claim can use Jobcentre Plus to get advice about a current claim or to update a change in circumstances that may affect their claim. Keep in mind, you may need your National Insurance Number to hand when you contact Job Centre Plus.

What is ‘Universal Jobmatch’ and how can I use it?

‘Universal Jobmatch’ is a service that allows jobseeker’s to search and apply for jobs online. Previously, jobseeker’s used the ‘Jobcentre Plus Job Search Tool’ but the Universal Jobmatch service has now replace this.

To use the service, you will need to register for an account on the government website. Once you have registered, you should be able to upload and update your CV, apply for jobs, track past job applications, and receive alerts about new jobs relevant to you.

Why has my Universal Jobmatch account been deactivated?

Universal Jobmatch accounts are usually deactivated when they have been inactive for an extended amount of time. At the time of writing, accounts are generally closed after 12 months of no use. Universal Jobmatch users should receive an email when their account has been deactivated. If you believe there was an error call the Job Centre telephone number and speak with a specialist.

How do I update details on my Universal Jobmatch profile?

Simply log in to your Universal Jobmatch account, go to your ‘Profile’ page, edit the relevant information and click the ‘Save’ link.

I’m an employer – how can I use Jobcentre Plus?

As an employer, you can use Jobcentre Plus to get recruitment advice and organise ‘Work Trials’. If you would like to employ a disabled person, you can also get support using the ‘Work Choice’ programme.

Furthermore, your local Jobcentre Plus may be able to help you organise apprenticeships and work experience schemes at your company. Call the Job Centre helpline to begin the process.

I’m an employer – how can I become a ‘Work Experience Host’?

‘Work Experience’ is an opportunity for young people to try jobs before they join a work programme. You can become a ‘Work Experience Host’ by getting in touch with a local Jobcentre Plus office.

How can my business take on an apprentice?

If you would like to take on an apprentice at your business, you can do so by getting in touch with the team by calling the Jobcentre phone number. Oftentimes, employers can receive funding to train apprentices and, in some cases, may also receive an apprenticeship grant.

What benefits are there of organising ‘Work Trials’?

Employers can organise ‘Work Trials’ through Jobcentre Plus to ‘test out’ a recruit before officially hiring them. Employers and potential recruits agree on a certain amount of time that the potential recruit will volunteer at the workplace. During this time, the employer does not have to pay the potential recruit to work and the individual that is being trialled continues to receive their government funded benefits.

Keep in mind, the job that the potential recruit is being trialled for needs to be over a certain amount of hours every week and last for a certain number of weeks. At the time of writing, the job needs to be at least 16 hours per week for a period of at leat 13 weeks, and the work trial can be no more than 30 days. Furthermore, both the employer and the jobseeker must be eligible for a work trial – contact your local Jobcentre Plus to find out if both parties are eligible.

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