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Road Safety Tutors - Ref: EE02624

Walsall Council
G4: £12.38 per hour
Closing date
8 Sep 2024

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Road Safety Tutors (Casual Posts) - Ref: EE02624
Salary G4: £12.38 per hour (pay award pending)

Casual contract

Walsall Council’s Road Safety Team is looking to increase its pool of Road Safety Tutors to work on a casual basis.

As a Road Safety Tutor you will be expected to deliver cyclist (Bikeability) and pedestrian training programmes at various schools and sites across the Borough, to the National Standard. You must either be a 1 st 4sport Bikeability Cycle Instructor or willing to work towards this qualification (training will be provided).

It is essential that you are a regular cyclist, have general road safety knowledge and previous experience of working with school staff and younger children.

You may be required to support the work of the Road Safety Team with other initiatives. As a Road Safety Tutor, you are responsible for organising your own work, and for completing course related documentation.

This post is covered by the Government’s Code of Practice on the English Language Fluency Duty for public sector workers.

Road Safety Tutors are responsible for liaising with schools to arrange and deliver class talks and outdoor pedestrian training to school age children. The successful candidates should have the ability to travel around the borough.

The ideal candidate will need to:
  • Be a first rate communicator, able to work in the community with children, parents, teachers and head teachers.
  • Be self-reliant, well organised, energetic and enthusiastic

For an informal discussion about these posts contact Alana Saunders on 07415 234157 or Rebecca Harris-Smith on 01922 652773

View Job Description and Employee Specification

Important note: When completing your online application form, you will be asked to enter supporting information. You must enter a detailed supporting information statement describing how your skills, abilities and experience meet the specific criteria included in the employee specification. If you do not include a supporting information statement, you will not be shortlisted. Please also ensure that you complete the work history and qualifications sections of your application form. Please do not add a CV as we do not accept them. Please see our Information for Applicants leaflet for further information.

Closing date: 8 September 2024

Walsall Council takes seriously the responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all the children, young people and vulnerable adults entrusted to our care and it is our expectation that all staff will share this commitment. We will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust recruitment processes and procedures that promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our workforce. Completion of an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check is a requirement for working with children and young people.

Note: Applicants appointed to posts that require an enhanced DBS clearance must declare any periods of time that they have lived, studied or worked abroad and be prepared to provide an Overseas Criminal Records Certificate (OCRC) or a Statement of Good Conduct (SOGC) relating to anytime they were overseas


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