Job Centre

0843 208 2058

Job Centre Helpline

The Job Centre in the UK is run and funded by the UK government, however, it is run separately from other government departments. The Department for Work and Pensions in the UK use the Job Centre in the UK in order to give out benefits such as Employment, Disabled, and Child benefits.

Why call the Job Centre Helpline:

  • To inquire about a benefit and whether you qualify for it
  • To speak to a member of staff about being underpaid
  • To talk to a member of staff about being overpaid
  • If you wish to complain about an issue you or a member of staff

Other Job Centre Helpline Numbers

Department Contact Number
Job Centre Plus Customer Service Helpline 0843 208 2058
Job Centre Head Office Helpline 0843 208 2058
Complaints Helpline 0843 208 2058

Head Office Address for the Job Centre

Department Address
Job Centre Head Office Job Centre Head Office,
Winsford Cross Shopping Centre,
High Street,
CW7 2AH
The United Kingdom

Job Centre Helpline Opening Hours

Days Opening Hours
Monday- Friday 6am-midnight
Saturday 6am-midnight
Sunday 6am-midnight

Can I go to any Job Centre?
Who runs the Job Centre?
How can the Job Centre help me?
Is the Job Centre open on Saturdays?
Where is my nearest Job Centre?

Job Centre HelplineJob Centre Online

The only service offered by the Job Centre online is their job search service. You can search for local jobs using your postcode, job title or relevant skills to you. If you would like to visit the Job Centre local to you, members of staff can help you in a number of ways. Firstly, if you are looking for a job and are unsure on how to search and apply, a member of staff can help you employ search methods for the best job to suit you. If you are claiming JSA, you will also need to visit your local Job Centre in order to claim your benefit.

Job Centre Jobs

The Job Centre Jobs on the government website are great for searching for a number of reasons. You can search for local jobs using your postcode, job title or relevant skills to you. You can also search a range of jobs if you are open to new opportunities.

Job Centre near me

You can find your local Job Centre by using this online tool. Officially, you can visit any job centre you wish in order to use their services. However, if you receive a benefit, you will have to sign on at your local centre. You can find out the exact details on this by calling the Job Centre number above.

Job Centre – Benefits

If you are claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) you must sign on at your local, or any, Job Cente. You can find your local Job Centre by using this online tool. When signing on, you will need a few bits of information your case worker will need. This might include your address, date of birth and your National Insurance number. JSA is slowly being faded out by the department of Work and Pensions and being replaced with Universal Credit. To receive this benefit, you must be over 18, under the state pension age and have no savings under £16 000. To apply for this benefit, you can visit your local Job Centre, or head on over to the government website, where you can find more information on the application process, as well as information on when you will recieve your benefit and how long for. When receiving Universal Credit, you must be searching for jobs.

FAQ’s

Below are the most asked questions regarding the Job Centre in the UK. If your question isn’t answered below, we suggest you call a member of staff at the Job Cente on the Helpline above. Once we have connected you, you will be able to ask your question to a certified member of staff.

Can I go to any Job Centre?

Officially, you can visit any job centre you wish in order to use their services. However, if you receive a benefit, you will have to sign on at your local centre. You can find out the exact details on this by calling the Job Centre number above.

Who runs the Job Centre?

The Job Centre in the UK is run by the Department of Work and Pensions, which is ministered by the UK government.

How can the Job Centre help me?

The Job Centre can help you in a number of ways. Firstly, if you are looking for a job and are unsure on how to search and apply, a member of staff can help you employ search methods for the best job to suit you. If you are claiming JSA, you will also need to visit your local Job Centre in order to claim your benefit.

Is the Job Centre open on Saturdays?

You will find that some Job Centres in the UK can be open on Saturdays due to high demand from their customers. To find out if your local Job Centre is open on Saturdays, we suggest you call the Job Centre Helpline above.

Where is my nearest Job Centre?

You can find your local Job Centre by using this online tool.

More about the Job Centre

The Job Centre in the UK is run and funded by the UK government, however, it is run separately from other government departments. The Department for Work and Pensions in the UK use the Job Centre in the UK in order to give out benefits such as Employment, Disabled, and Child benefits.

The Job Centre can help you in a number of ways. Firstly, if you are looking for a job and are unsure on how to search and apply, a member of staff can help you employ search methods for the best job to suit you. If you are claiming JSA, you will also need to visit your local Job Centre in order to claim your benefit.

You can find your local Job Centre by using this online tool.

Below you will find a recent video uploaded to the Job Centre YouTube account. To view more videos, click through to be redirected to the Job Centre on YouTube. For more general information on the Job Centre as an establishment, ring the Job Centre Helpline above for more information.