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Stamford Jobcentre to continue working in Rutland after successful trial




Job Centre plus, St John's Street, Stamford. File picture'Photo: MSMP200812-091js ENGEMN00120120820131941
Job Centre plus, St John's Street, Stamford. File picture'Photo: MSMP200812-091js ENGEMN00120120820131941

Stamford Jobcentre will return to Rutland in 2016 following a successful trial to support residents who have a disability or mental health need and want to find employment.

Eight people visited the Jobcentre when it was based at Oakham Library for a pilot session on Tuesday, November 24, highlighting the demand for this type of support within the county.

Following on from this, Stamford Job Centre will return to Oakham Library from 9.30am to 1pm on Tuesday, January 12; Tuesday, February 23 and Tuesday, March 22.

If you would like to speak to the Jobcentre about finding work, benefits or training please contact Gemma Ruigrok, employment support worker, on: 01572 720 932 or e-mail esupport@rutland.gov.uk.



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