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Jobcentre

Brit any of a number of government offices having premises usually situated in or near the main shopping area of a town in which people seeking jobs can consult displayed advertisements in informal surroundings
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Jobcentre Plus is a government agency supporting people from welfare into work and helping employers fill vacancies.
With unemployment set to rise to three million, it was clear urgent action was needed, said the Federation, which called for a small business manager to be appointed in each Jobcentre.
The open day is for those who hold a Security Industry Association (SIA) licence, although Jobcentre Plus can offer assistance with this.
Minister for Work, Jane Kennedy, met specialist employment advisers and some of the people who have found work through Jobcentre Plus.
Anyone interested should contact their local Jobcentre or Jobcentre Plus office.
One of the club's first clients for the knock-down offer is the Jobcentre, where some of the 25 players and staff laid off last month by the club could be signing on.
In their defence Jobcentre Plus will say that last year they proposed to close the Old Swan Jobcentre but postponed this decision mainly because of the risks around rising unemployment generally.
The Jobcentre say the call centre that deals with this is managed in England but this is no excuse.
One day a week, Jobcentre Plus holds a special surgery in Erimus Housing's office at the Berwick Hills Centre, off Ormesby Road.
The five awards are: Recruitment Partnership Award - given to the employer who has shown the best approach to partnership working with Jobcentre Plus and other parties through Local Employment Partnerships; Youth Employment Award - to an employer who has demonstrated clear commitment and action to help young people back into work; Diversity in Action Award - an employer who has shown the most innovative and inclusive approach to recruit and retain a balanced workforce, reflective of the local community; Skills Development Award - an employer who has the best approach to developing workers' skills to maximise their potential; and New Recruit of the Year Award - the outstanding new recruit who has found work since being previously unemployed.
If you don't have a CV, our Jobcentre Plus website has advice on how to write one.
A dedicated team in each Jobcentre will support this by matching jobseekers with certain skills to the vacancies employers have placed, using the free Jobcentre Plus recruitment services.