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Chichester Job Centre

Chichester job centre (also known as Jobcentre Plus) is a government agency whose purpose is to assist those of working age on welfare or unemployed into work and aid Chichester companies fill their jobs. Jobcentre plus is part of the Department of Work and Pensions whose aim is to provide opportunities for all to work.

What does Chichester Job Centre do to help those looking for work?

Chichester job centre works towards equality of ethnicity, sex and age in employment. They are also responsible for ensuring that those getting working benefits fulfil their obligations whilst giving support to those without work.

How can Chichester Job Centre help Chichester Job Seekers?

If you are currently out of work then Chichester Job Centre can aid in a variety of ways. Firstly, they can offer you helpful advice on maximising your chances of getting into employment like how to write a CV, interview tips and how to apply for a job. Chichester Job Centre can also advise and aid you to apply for the relevant benefits whilst you are looking for employment. Chichester Job Centre also have a variety of schemes which can aid you if you have difficulties getting into work. They can be of particular help if you have a disability. Chichester Job Centre also advertises opportunities posted by Chichester area employers.

How can the Chichester Job Centre help Chichester employers?

If you are a Chichester companies you should find the Chichester Job Centre of assistance to you in a number of different ways. Firstly, the Chichester Job Centre offer free vacancy advertising to Chichester companies via phone or over the internet. This free advertising allows many Chichester job seekers currently unemployed will will be able to apply for your job vacancy. The Chichester Job Centre can offer you advice if you are in the unfortunate position of having to make redundancies. They can also offer advice on a range of other potential work place issues.

So if you have posted your job with AllChichesterJobs and want some extra advertising or you need job hunting advice then we recommend you contact Chichester Job Centre.

Careers Advice

We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice - we hope you will find these articles to be helpful

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When we hear the word 'redundancy' it is natural to think of the impact that it will have on the person being made redundant with out regard for the difficulties inflicted upon the employer more

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Once your redundancy is dealt with and any retraining has been undertaken you will probably need to find a new job. This can seem daunting, particularly if you have not had to look for a new more

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Have you thought about a new career or improving upon the skills you currently have? In this article we will offers tips and advice on increasing your 'employability' through courses and more

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Do you feel like you’ve lost your identity and can’t stop feeling negative? It is not only the practicalities of redundancy that need to be addressed. Redundancy can also have a massive more

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Chichester Employment & Business News

When attending interviews it's always good to be up to date with what's happening in the local business and employment sector - we hope you'll find these selected news articles interesting

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