School Crossing Supervisor - Ku-Ring-Gai Local Government Area

NSW Government

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Job Posted: 10/08/2018

Job Category:

Local Government & Community / School Crossings

Job description:
School Crossing Supervisor - Work with your community
Casual Position – Ku Ring Gai Local Government Area (00006E4N)
As a School Crossing Supervisor you will have an important role to fulfil, making a substantial contribution to the safety of school children and the local community. The role requires minimal hours out of your day and gives something worthwhile back to the community.
School zones usually operate between the hours are usually 8.00am to 9.30am and/or 2.30pm to 4.00pm Monday to Friday during school terms.  You would be required to work a minimum of one, one hour shift as and when required.  The base rate is $27.62 per hour.
All the qualifications you need are community spirit, good communication skills, an alert and professional attitude to work and a reliable personality. The casual hours and school holidays would suit a parent or grandparent, a retiree or anyone wanting meaningful work, but not full-time.
Training for your key responsibilities of directing traffic to stop at the designated crossing and giving clear instructions to infants and primary school students to cross the road safely, will be provided. Appointment is subject to a Working with Children Check clearance, Police Check clearance and Health Assessment clearance.
Roads and Maritime Services is an equal opportunity employer.
For further information on this exciting opportunity please call 1300 305 855 or go to  
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Applications close 11:59 pm on Sunday, 26 August 2018

Key Application Responses

When preparing your application - Your written application must stand on its merits. If you do not demonstrate how you meet the Selection Criteria (Skills/Experience) for the position you will not proceed through the selection process. The completeness and relevance of your application will determine whether or not you are called for an interview.
1. Demonstrated ability to be reliable and punctual.

2. Demonstrated ability to communicate tactfully and effectively with both children and adults.

3. Knowledge and understanding of the road safety issues for young pedestrians.

4. Ability to operate in a calm and confident manner in stressful situations.

5. Knowledge and understanding of Work Health and Safety.

6. Ability to deliver a positive customer service experience.