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Make a difference – become a jobcentre Work Coach

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Work Coach roles – new vacancies!

DWP and local Jobcentres have launch a second wave of nationwide Work Coach recruitment, with roles available in different cities and regions across the country.

Over the next weeks you’ll see vacancies go live in different locations, so if you’re passionate about customer service and want a rewarding career that makes a difference to people’s lives, then we want to hear from you.

Being a jobcentre Work Coach is more than a job

As a jobcentre Work Coach you will support people into work in these difficult times. You’ll help people identify their key job skills, improve their CV, perfect their interview technique and gain better job seeking skills. Plus you’ll develop an in-depth knowledge of local employment opportunities to help them get the right post.

You’ll use your judgement to help people through some challenging times in their lives, and your tailored coaching will make a huge difference to their ability to find, stay in, and progress in a job.

You’ll be part of a network of nationwide Jobcentre Plus staff where no two days are the same. You can join a team that will support you as well as our customers, forge new friendships with DWP colleagues and have the chance to shine in a role that really can make a difference to the community.

Any Work Coach will tell you just how rewarding their job is. Helping someone back into work is really fulfilling and knowing the positive difference you’ve made to someone’s life is a real boost. 

If you like what you hear and want to challenge yourself in a new, varied and rewarding role as a jobcentre Work Coach, then find out more about the role of a Work Coach on the DWP jobs website and apply.

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DWP is a flexible employer adapting at pace to the restrictions presented through COVID-19. We help our staff balance work, home life and support their wellbeing. The role of a Work Coach is adapting to this new world; we’re balancing the need to see customers face to face in a jobcentre, working in our partner’s premises and operating virtually.

We are a fair and inclusive employer and welcome applications for our Work Coach roles to help us reflect the citizens we serve. If this sounds like a new role for you apply today on the DWP jobs website to make a difference in your community.

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Good luck with your application! If you have any questions, then please see our Frequently Asked Questions on the DWP jobs website where you can find answers to lots of questions about applying for the role of a jobcentre Work Coach on the DWP jobs website.