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DARTFORD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE
Heath Lane, Dartford, DA1 2LY
Tel: 01322 224309
SCHOOL CROSSING PATROL OFFICER
Required from 23rd April 2019
5 hours per week 38 weeks per year (term time only).
KR2 £ 15,627 Full Time Equivalent Salary Pro Rata to Actual Salary £1741.48
Are you seeking a part time and flexible role? Are you friendly, reliable and willing to work outside in all weathers to ensure the safety of children? On behalf of Kent County Council, Dartford Science and Technology College is looking for a Road Crossing Patrol with a genuine interest in the safety of children and adults on their journeys to and from school. Our Road Crossing Patrol will be punctual, trustworthy, honest and dedicated.
The role of the Road Crossing Patrol is to ensure the safety of children and others waiting to cross the road and a designated point between the prescribed times, without detriment to the health and safety of all other road users.
Applicants should ideally have knowledge of road use & traffic awareness, understanding of the highway environment and related features e.g. signs, lines and other aspects of the Highway Code. The Road Crossing Patrol will be self-motivated and be able to provide written reports if incidents occur.
Above all you need to like children, to want the very best for them & be prepared to put their needs first. Children will be at the heart of your work.
The Road Crossing Patrol will work 5 hours per week for 38 weeks per year (term time only). The working times are mornings from 8:25 am to 8.55 am and afternoons from 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm.
If there are two people who want to job share this role eg. one in the mornings, one in the afternoon then we would be happy to hear from you.
The successful applicant will be paid within Kent Scheme Grade KR2, which is £15,627 for a full time appointment, and will be pro rata for part-time hours to an actual salary of £1741.48.
Our college and Kent County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment.
The Road Crossing Patrol officer role is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring check, occupational health checks and satisfactory references.
Dartford Science and Technology College is a Good school where "pupils achieve well and thrive" and "all groups of pupils achieve well" (Ofsted March 2017). We have a clear vision for the future and have set a range of challenging targets. This is a high quality learning community for girls aged 11-18 with a mixed Sixth Form. Our ethos puts learning at the heart of everything we do.
Why work at Dartford Science and Technology College?
DSTC is a small, non-selective secondary school for girls in Dartford. We are family-centred with high aspirations and pride ourselves on having small average class sizes and excellent pastoral care. This is a place where "pupils achieve well and thrive" and "all groups of pupils achieve well" (Ofsted March 2017). Ofsted graded the school Good overall and Good in each category and noted that "there is a positive climate for learning throughout the school".
Lessons at DSTC have a calm and purposeful atmosphere with the students showing a genuine interest in learning. Our teachers tell us they enjoy being able to teach and enable the students to learn with very little disruption.
We are a Co-operative Trust school and are committed to supporting our workforce to be the best they can be. We can offer accelerated professional development with a personalised approach to developing all staff through coaching, mentoring and both internal and external training. Our new staff will have unparalleled opportunities to learn and bring excellent practice to bear in raising achievement for the students of DSTC.
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