Job Centre: Swansea

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Address:
37 -38 High Street,
Swansea,
SA1 1LS

Job Centre Numbers:
Get a New Job: 0845 606 0234
New Benefit Claims: 0800 055 4888
Appointments: 0845 604 3719

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327 Jobs Found in Swansea:

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Care Assistant Permanent £8.15/hour View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £10.70/hour £10.70 - 10.70 per hour View Job description »
Tenancy Support Worker Permanent £8.00 - £10.00/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Support Worker Temporary £8 - £10/hour Holidays, Sick Pay View Job description »
Support Worker - Female Temporary £8.00 - £9.00/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Learning Support Facilitator - September Start Temporary £9.00/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Care Assistant Permanent £9.00 - £10.89/hour View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £7.83/hour View Job description »
Support Worker - Learning Disabilities Permanent £8 - £9/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £8 - £9/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Support Workers Temporary View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £9.00 - £10.89/hour £9.00 - 10.89 per hour View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £9.00 - £10.89/hour £9.00 - 10.89 per hour View Job description »
Learning Support Assistant - September Start Permanent £9.00/hour Holiday pay and Pension View Job description »
Support Worker Permanent £9.00 - £10.89/hour View Job description »
 
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Swansea Jobcentre Plus

 

By Train

If you're arriving into Swansea by train, then it's very easy to get to the local job centre.

All you need to do is exit the station onto High Street and then turn right. Walk straight ahead for just a couple of minutes and you will then see the job centre on the right-hand-side of the street.

 

By Bus

Plenty of buses run into the centre of Swansea, providing regular connections with surrounding suburbs, towns and communities. Regular services include the 20 from Cardiff, the 40 from Lampater and the 63 from Ystradgynlais.

All buses stop at the main Swansea Bus Station, which is where you should get off. From here, exit onto the main West Way and turn right. Follow the main road round to the right, along Kingsway. Then, when it starts bearing left, turn right onto High Street and then go left here. This will lead you right to the local job centre.

 

Travelling by Car

The job centre in Swansea is situated right on the B4489, making it very easy to reach if you're driving. The best way of arriving by car is to follow the main A483 into Swansea and then, when you come into the town centre, turn onto the B4489 towards the railway station. Just after you pass the station, you will see the job centre.

Lots of short-stay parking can be found throughout Swansea town centre, including some on-street parking spots on High Street itself.



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