Could you be a Work Coach?
Could you give something back to your local community by becoming a Work Coach?
Hundreds of new jobcentre Work Coach vacancies being offered by the Department for Work and Pensions have now gone live, as part of its pledge to double the number of Work Coaches to 27,000 by March.
Work Coaches will be trained in how to get the best out of people and make sure they have the support they need to get back into work.
Minister for Employment, Mims Davies said: “Our Work Coaches not only deliver financial support to millions of claimants across the country, but take time to listen, encourage, advise and ensure everyone has access to the best support available – helping those facing a tough time get back on their feet sooner.
“If you are someone who cares about your community and are keen to take on a fresh role helping others, then you can make a real difference by becoming a Work Coach.”
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