Isle of Wight Council

Road Crossing Patrols

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Road Crossing Patrol (Ref: 45004931)

Cedar Hill / Carisbrooke High Street, Newport, Isle of Wight

Grade 1, £10.60 to £10,79 per hour £20,442 to £20,812 per annum pro rata (actual salary £2,289.63 to £2,331.07)

Vacancy Reference: 45004931

Closing Date: 10/02/2023

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 9:00am and 2:30pm - 3.00pm (term-time only)

Offering daily term-time work with regular pay twelve months of the year the role of a Road Crossing Patrol is both appreciated and instantly recognised within your local community. You will become a friendly face to parents, children and road users as you carry out your duties helping them to cross the road safely.

We believe that the working hours of a Road Crossing Patrol allow a good work/life balance and often suit people who have other interests or work or life commitments but are looking for that bit of extra income. Some patrols work other occupations between morning and afternoon sessions.

For further information or an informal discussion, please contact Mark Downer, on 01983 823714.


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We often receive a high volume of applicants for our vacancies. If you do not hear from the recruiting manager within three weeks of the closing date, we regret that your application will not have been successful on this occasion. If unsuccessful, we actively encourage you to revisit our job pages and apply to alternate posts that may be suitable.

 

Closing Date: 27th January 2023