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Jobcentre Plus has one of Britain’s largest databases of job vacancies, which is updated constantly. Search the database and find a job to suit you using the jobs and skills search. The database also lets you search for training, career information, voluntary work and childcare providers across the UK.

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To use the search box type in what you are looking for and where by giving the name of the town or city. You can also use the postcode of the area.  For example, 'I want a job as a mechanic in Leeds' or 'I want childcare in S10 2SL'.

For job vacancies that include employer contact details and how to apply, you don't need to speak to a member of Jobcentre Plus staff. You can apply directly to the employer yourself.

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