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DWP Jobs Overview DWP, which is short for "Department for Work and Pensions", is the UK's largest public service ...

Ward Nurse

Sittingbourne, South East/Southern, ME104DT
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Sheerness, South East/Southern, ME123LT
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DWP Jobs Overview

DWP, which is short for "Department for Work and Pensions", is the UK's largest public service department. They offer advice and support to jobseekers - helping to match them with employers. They also issue pension, parents, carers and jobseekers payments. There are many jobs available with DWP from accountancy to economics, and finance to health inspectors and medical jobs.

DWP Jobs Education Requirements

The education requirements DWP jobs vary depending on what role the applicant is going for. The minimum requirements for most positions are GCSE maths, English and IT. A-levels in maths, English and IT may also be required. An administration job will require a CLAIT or ECDL qualification. Finance and business qualifications will also be desirable.

DWP Jobs Market

DWP is the largest employer of civil servants, and because of the size of the department of work and pensions there are always plenty of positions available in a wide range of sectors - which makes finding work here fairly easy. DWP currently employ more than 45,000 people in the admin officers and assistants department alone.

DWP Jobs Salary Information

The typical starting salary for a DWP job is around £18,000 - £25,000 annually. You could expect to earn in excess of £77,000 annually for a public sector role . The DWP also offer the opportunity to earn a performance award at the end of every year and an occupational pension. On top of this they offer childcare vouchers, and award scheme for personal or team achievements, an employee discount scheme, options to join a trade union, full pay on sick leave, and up to thirty days paid leave every year, as well as many more incentives.

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