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School Crossing Patrol Person

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Part time - term time
Advert Start Date:
03/10/2016
Advert End Date:
31/12/2016 23:59
Salary:
£7.7619 - £8.0377 per hour
Job Category:
Traffic / Highways / Road Safety
Vacancy ID:
156054
Employment Location:
Darlington
Post Number:
005874

Job details 

Closing date:
31 Dec


Further information

Would you like to help your local community and get paid at the same time?

If so, we are currently recruiting for School Crossing Patrol Attendants. The duties of the post involve the safe passage of school children across roads to and from school, controlling and directing the traffic at crossing areas.

Although we require attendants across Darlington we currently have specific vacancies in the following areas:

Geneva Road / Fenby Avenue
Monday to Friday, 8.20am-9.00am and 3.15pm-3.50pm
6.25 hours per week

Middleton St George
Monday - Friday, 8.30am-9.05am and 3.15pm-3.45pm
5.41 hours per week

Mobile – various locations as required
Monday to Friday
7.5 hours per week

Please indicate your preference at the top of your personal statement.

We can offer:-

- Permanent position
- Full training
- Pension Scheme
- Network support with other School Crossing Patrol Attendants
- Term time only working
- Full uniform

For detailed information on this role, please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification.

For a further informal discussion, please contact Denise Caley, Assistant Road Safety Officer, on 01325 406695.

An online application form and further information are available from www.darlington.gov.uk/jobs. Alternatively, you can contact Xentrall Recruitment Services, Tel: (01642) 526992 or email: recruitment@xentrall.org.uk

Interview Date: As we are recruiting over a number of months, applications received will be reviewed at the end of each month, and interviews will be arranged accordingly.

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