NSW Government Safety Environment & Regulation
School Crossing Supervisor – Part time – St Laurence’s Parish School – Forbes
You have a chance to make an impact on your local community.
You take safety as seriously as we do. You’re passionate about being part of a team that delivers impactful safety outcomes so that everyone goes home safely every day.
In this Role, you’ll
Become a Road Safety Hero that is held in very high esteem in our communities and vital to the safety of our kids, parents, teachers and local motorists. You’ll also grow to be a much-loved familiar face around the school with a unique opportunity to touch the lives of countless families.
St Laurence’s Parish School shifts fall between the school zone hours of 2:45 – 3:45PM, Monday to Friday, with 1 hour in the afternoon. School Crossings require 10 hours of supervising per fortnight.
You will receive an hourly rate along with superannuation, and you will also be compensated during school holidays from Terms 1 to 3.
You’re a community minded person who would like to contribute.
You’d get a kick out of making community relationships, keeping kids safe whilst earning a weekly wage for doing something you love and enjoy.
You’re reliable and prepared to show up for your community – in good or bad weather.
You’ll display effective communication skills and be alert to potential dangers.
If this all sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.
Applicants must be 18 years of age at the time of appointment. All training, uniforms and equipment will be provided. And one more thing! As you’ll be working with children on our roads, your willingness to obtain a Working with Children Check, Reference Checks, Police Check, and a Health Assessment is vital. Don’t worry if you haven’t done this before, we will help you through the process! If you already have a Working with Children Check, that’s fantastic as that will speed up the process.
Who we are
Transport for NSW provides a safe, integrated and efficient transport system. We connect people, communities and industry every day
Our workforce is as diverse as the community we serve. If you’d like further information on our inclusion and diversity initiatives, visit Transport for NSW
We offer a wide range of employee benefits,
This is an in-person, on-site role.
What are you waiting for…?
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted week commencing 29th January 2024 for a quick 5 -10 mins phone screen (Let us know in advance if you are unavailable)
If successful, you will process on to pre-employment checks stage.
Applications close 11.59pm on Wednesday 24th January 2024
For further information regarding this position, please review the Role Description
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For any enquiries, please email Sandhini Chaudhary at SANDHINI.CHAUDHARY@TRANSPORT.NSW.GOV.AU