School Crossing Patrol Wardens (Various Locations) – Ref RT38918

Location
Walsall Borough
Salary
£8.82-£9.59 per hour. These posts qualify for the Living Wage. The Council is committed to paying th
Posted
24 Oct 2018
Closes
27 Nov 2018
Job Ref
WALS000003741
Contract Type
Part time temporary
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Part-Time

 

 

School Crossing Patrol Wardens (Various Locations) – Ref RT38918

 

 

£8.82- £9.59 per hour - These posts qualify for the Living Wage. The Council is committed to paying the Living Wage which is currently £8.75 per hour. This arrangement will be reviewed annually.

Are you interested in the responsible, rewarding and worthwhile job of helping Walsall’s school children to cross busy roads on their journey to and from school?  A job that makes a real difference?

We have opportunities for School Crossing Patrol Wardens at various locations throughout the Walsall Borough.  The exact hours of work can be agreed prior to appointment and will include mornings and afternoons - working on a term-time basis.  

Opportunities are currently available at:

Fibbersley Park Primary,
Noose Lane at Lakeside Close - 5.25 hours per week

Watling Street Primary,
The Parade, Brownhills - 5.25 hours per week

St James Primary/St Bernadette's Primary,
Lichfield Road, Brownhills - 5.50 hours per week

St Francis Primary; Greenfield Primary,
Lichfield Road, Shelfield, 5m North of the Drive- 5.50 hours per week

St John’s Primary; Walsall Wood Primary,
Lichfield Road, Walsall Wood at Streets Corner- Northbound- 6.15 hours per week

St Mary’s of the Angels Primary/ Whetstone Primary; 
Birmingham Road, Aldridge, 5m South Tynings Lane- 7.55 hours per week

Pheasey Park Farm Primary,
Collingwood Drive near Morland Road, Pheasey – 7.55 hours per week

King Charles Primary,
Churchill Road, Bentley, West of Kent Road- 5.50 hours per week

Castle College; Hatherton Primary,
Leamore Lane, Leamore - 5.00 hours per week

*Special conditions:
Due to the intrinsic nature of the work of a School Crossing Patrol Warden, and the
identifiable health and safety risks involved, this post falls within the exception to the
statutory bar on requesting pre-employment health information.

Walsall Council takes seriously the responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all the children and young people entrusted to our care and it is our expectation that all staff will share this commitment. Completion of an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check is a requirement for working with children and young people.

Closing Date for applications: 25 November 2018

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Job Description & Employee Specification
Information for Applicants

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