- 1x Casual Position
- Part Time hours
- Work within your community
An important person in a child’s school life is the School Crossing Supervisor, who ensures they cross the road safely. The role requires minimal hours out of your day and gives something worthwhile back to the community.
The hours are usually 8.00am to 9.30am and/or 2.30pm to 4.00pm Monday to Friday during school terms. You may be required to work morning, afternoon, both shifts and no shifts. As a casual you will be filling in for existing part-time staff as required. The base rate is $22.46 - $26.95 per hour.
Training for your key responsibilities of directing traffic to stop at the designated crossing and giving clear instructions to infants and primary school students to cross the road safely, will be provided.
Appointment is subject to the successful applicant satisfactorily passing:
- a Working with Children check
- a criminal history record check
- an eyesight test
- onsite and offsite training
- Pre-Engagement Medical Assessment (external applicants only)
For further information regarding this position, please review the position description
We improve the movement of people by various transport modes, including public transport (bus and ferry), cycling and walking, as well as motor vehicles. We also deliver initiatives to improve the movement of goods on the freight network, by improving accessibility and infrastructure, with a focus on reliability, productivity and safety initiatives.
To apply for this opportunity please click on the “Apply Online” button below.
For further information regarding this position, please contact HR Advisory on 1300 305 855 and quote 000063P6
Applications closing date: 11.59pm Sunday 29 April 2018
Please note that candidates must respond to selection criteria as part of their application. Please include a copy of your resume as part of your application
Candidates, who are placed on an eligibility list, may be considered for other vacancies in surrounding regions.
Our commitment to Diversity
TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW.
Key Application Responses
Criteria must stand on its merits. If you do not demonstrate
how you meet the Selection Criteria (Skills/Experience) for the position you
will not proceed through the selection process. The completeness and relevance
of your application will determine whether or not you are called for an
1. Demonstrated ability to be reliable and punctual.
2. Demonstrated ability to communicate tactfully and effectively with both children and adults.
3. Knowledge and understanding of the road safety issues for young pedestrians.
4. Ability to operate in a calm and confident manner in stressful situations.
5. Knowledge and understanding of Work Health and Safety.
6. Ability to deliver a positive customer service experience