Help Barrow thrive by supporting people into work

A recruitment campaign for work coaches who will help hundreds of jobseekers in Barrow has just been launched, with up to 16 roles available.


Successful candidates will play a key part in the Government’s £3.5billion drive to get thousands more into work and grow the economy.


Work coaches play a vital role in this by helping people to find rewarding jobs, gain financial independence and fulfil their potential.


Lisa, a work coach in the Barrow office, said: “Working at DWP gives me the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives. From the start I felt like a valued and well supported member of the team.”


Her colleague Kash agreed: “Helping a customer find work gives me a real sense of achievement.”


Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Mel Stride MP, said:


“Work coaches like Lisa and Kash are playing a vital role in our drive to help millions more into work, fulfil their potential and grow the economy.


“I encourage anyone in Barrow looking for a rewarding role helping transform people’s lives to apply and start an exciting career at the DWP.”


The DWP is advertising roles across the country over the next six months. Those interested in applying should search “DWP EO jobs” online or click here:


For any further advice and guidance, contact your local Jobcentre Plus.




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