By Haddenham Webteam - 16th January 2014 3:40pm
Or more formally: a Crossing Patroller
Are you available every day for 1 hour (8.30-9am and 3.15-3.45pm), term time only, to help children and parents cross the road safely at the junction of Woodways with Churchway?
The search is on for someone reliable and fit who enjoys working with children. In return Buckinghamshire County Council can offer you a regular income, including holiday pay.
Both on-road and off-road training is provided, plus ongoing support from the School Crossing Patrol Supervisor (SCPS). The post requires any successful applicants to have an enhanced CRB check.
For an informal chat about the vacancy, contact the SCPS Corinne Randall on 01296 383432
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