Work Pattern : Monday to Friday, Morning 08 : 30 - 09 : 05, Lunchtime 12 : 35 - 13 : 35 and Afternoon 15 : 15 - 15 : 40.
Includes school term time, in-service days but excludes school holiday period.
Work Location : Admiralty Road in Rosyth
Interview Date : Monday 7 October 2019
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You will play a vital role in community safety by ensuring children and other members of the community safely cross the road at a designated point between specified times.
It is essential that you are able to attend the patrol point in all weathers, including attending at short notice in the event of unscheduled school closures.
You should have good road sense and be approachable and customer friendly, being able to communicate with children and members of the public whilst maintaining control over children who are awaiting your instruction to cross.
You will be required to wear a uniform and use equipment provided for the safety of yourself, children and all other members of the public, especially when stopping traffic on the highway.
Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.
We pay the Scottish Local Government Living Wage of £9.07 per hour for this post.
Although no formal qualifications are necessary, the ability to cope in all weather conditions, a good road sense, knowledge of Highway Code / Green Cross Code and previous experience working with children would be desirable.
Training in safe crossings, along with access to a dedicated co-ordinator for advice and personal development is also available.
You will be required to attend for any Occupational Health Assessments as may be necessary.
For further information, please contact : Peter Barrie on 03451 555555 Ext : 447151 or at peter.barrie fife.gov.uk