(Brit) any of a number of government offices having premises usually situated in or near the main shopping area of a town in which people seeking jobs can consult displayed advertisements in informal surroundings
noun 1. an arrangement of different types of employment within a company or industry, according to the skill, experience, or training required.
/ˈdʒɒbˌklʌb/ noun 1. a group of unemployed people organized through a Jobcentre, which meets every day and is given advice on job seeking to increase its members’ chances of finding employment
- Job coach
noun any person who provides on-the-job training to disabled people and helps them adjust to the work environment
noun, Computers. 1. a language used to construct statements that identify a particular job to be run and specify the job’s requirements to the operating system under which it will run. Abbreviation: JCL.