Relief School Crossing Patrol OfficerVacancy posted: Monday, 12 September 2016
Salary: £8.33 - £8.33
Location: Orkney Islands
Closing date: 31 March 2017
Job ref. no.: ORK01176
EDUCATION, LEISURE & HOUSING
Relief School Crossing Patrol Officer
Hours are offered on an as and when required basis
£9.37 per hour (including Distant Islands Allowance)
We are looking for punctual, trustworthy, honest individuals who have a genuine interest in children's safety to join our supply lists for Kirkwall and Stromness.
School Crossing Patrol Officers are employed to help children cross busy roads on their journeys to and from school. The normal working week is restricted to opening and closing times of schools.
No formal qualifications are necessary; we are looking for punctual, trustworthy, honest individuals who have a genuine interest in children and their safety.
All uniform and equipment will be supplied.
This post is subject to membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme in respect of regulated work with children.
Prospective applicants are invited to discuss the post by contacting Graeme Horne, telephone 01856 873535 ext 2407 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The recruitment for this post is ongoing
Orkney Islands Council ensures that the pay for all posts meets the Scottish Local Government Living Wage.
Please note that interview expenses are not payable for this post.
About Orkney Islands Council
Forget images of remote islands - Orkney is well served by superb modern transport links.
Forget the idea of a few people in the middle of no-where - Orkney is home to over 20,000 people.
Orkney may bring to mind certain images, but the chances are they are, to say the least, a little off the mark. Sure, we're a bit off the beaten track, but the needs of our community are just the same as anywhere else. And, as a result, the opportunities we can offer you are comparable with those you'll find elsewhere. Of course, there are a few differences: for starters Orkney consists of 100,000 hectares spread over 70+ small islands (19 of which are inhabited), so, like our service users, you'll need to make the most of the transportation links which are vital to Orkney's social and economic well-being.
Orkney Islands Council may be the smallest local authority in Scotland, but we can offer some big challenges. And big opportunities. This could be your big chance to make the move, and make a difference.
OIC has an impact on many aspects of everyday life. With around 1,800 staff, we are also the countyÃ¢Ã¢â¬Ã¢â¢s biggest employer.
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