School Crossing Patrol (closing date: 31/03/2024)
£20,812 per annum pro-rata (£10.79 p/h). Swansea Council is committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and young people and will take action to safeguard their wellbeing. Therefore we are currently looking to recruit School Crossing Patrols at various locations in Swansea to provide safer crossing to children and adults attending an education establishment.
Closing date: 11.59pm, 31 March 2024
We have a number of vacancies for permanent School Crossing Patrols and Support School Crossing Patrols.
Permanent Patrols will be required to work 10 hours a week, between the hours on 8.00am - 9.00am and 3.00pm - 4.00pm during term time only.
Support Patrols will be required to provide cover for when the permanent patrol is unavailable for duty.
Current Vacancies for Permanent Patrols are at the Following Schools :
- Clwyd Primary - 10 hours a week
- Portmead Primary - 10 hours a week
- Brynmill Primary - 10 hours a week
- Gendros Primary x 2 - 10 hours a week
- Terrace Road Primary - 10 hours a week
- Gowerton Primary - 10 Hours a week
- St Helens Primary - 10 hours a week
- Sketty Primary - 10 hours a week
Current Vacancies for Support Patrols are in the following areas: 2 hours a week
Area 1 - Hendrefolian Primary, Sketty Primary, Cila Primary, Parklands Primary
Area 2 - Grange Primary, YGG Llwynderw, Oystermouth Primary
Area 4 - Pontarddulais Primary, YGG Bryniago, Pontarddulais Comprehensive
Area 6 - Birchgrove Primary, Trallwn Primary,Cwmglas Primary, St Illtyds Primary
Area 7 - Danygraig Primary, Brynmill Primary, Terrace Road Primary, St Helens Primary
Area 8 - Glyncollen Primary, Pentregraig Primary, Clydach Primary, Ynystawe Primary
Being a School Crossing Patrol is very rewarding role, enabling you to provide an invaluable service to your community. Our School Crossing Patrols are punctual, trustworthy, honest and dedicated men and women who are valued members of their community, who, no matter the weather, provide one of the friendliest faces in public service, being polite and courteous at all times. As a School Crossing Patrol you should have knowledge of road safety, and an understanding of the current Highway Code. You will also need the ability to communicate with children and adults to ensure that they are safe whilst they are crossing.
You will be provided with the correct training and uniform to carry out your duties.
The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check
If you are interested in becoming a School Crossing Patrol or would like further information about the current vacancies, please contact Joanne Davies on 07796 275664.
Job applications may be submitted in Welsh. An application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.