Vacancy posted: Monday, 18 Jun 2012
Crossing Patrol (Temporary)
Georgetown Primary School
£7.73 - £8.31 per hour
Worked term-time only
7 hours 15 minutes per week
Worked 1hr 27mins daily
8.13am – 9.00am + 2.50pm – 3.30pm
To assist school pupils in crossing a potentially busy highway, Undertake duties concerned with the safe passage of school children and other pedestrians across roads to and from school.
For example, control and direction of traffic at crossing areas, operation of hazard warning signs, and identification of any roadside hazards.
The control of the behaviour of children at crossing areas is a major requirement of the job.
The post will involve working in all weather conditions.
This is a temporary post for an initial period of up to 6 months.
For further information please contact: Richard Buckley 01387 271201.
This post is considered as Regulated Work with Vulnerable Children and/or Protected Adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. From 28 February 2011, preferred candidates will be required to join the PVG Scheme or undergo a PVG scheme update check prior to formal offer of employment being made by Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Job Reference: DGA002552
Closing Date: 29-Jun-2012
About Dumfries and Galloway Council
Dumfries and Galloway is the third largest region in Scotland. It covers 2,380 square miles and has an estimated population of 148,060 - that's around 60 people a square mile compared with the Scottish average of 168. Our Council has a clear vision: "to make Dumfries and Galloway the best place in Scotland to live, learn, work, visit and grow." It also has a set of values that underpin all its work. These are: • Customer First • Continuous improvement • Equality and diversity • Local decision making and service delivery • Openness and communication • Team work and partnership • Trust and honesty • They work to achieve that by delivering the actions in the Community Plan for Dumfries and Galloway the Corporate Plan for the Council and the Single Outcome Agreement with the Scottish Government. The Council delivers its services through five departments with a staff of just under 8000 people. Also included within the Council are the Police and Fire and Rescue Service.