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Posted on: September 18, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Job announcement--school crossing guard (great part time opportunity)

Cricket tournament this Sunday at Richard Presser Park

This part time job is still available…

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

 

Greenburgh Police Department

Position:  1 – School Crossing Guard (0141-02)     Department: Greenburgh Police Department

Job Group: CSEA                               Salary: $13,075       Work Week:  M-F (mornings and afternoons)

General Statement of Duties:   Assists school children in crossing traffic intersections at an assigned post during the hours when children are entering and leaving school.  Does related work as required.

Distinguishing Features of this Class:  Under the general supervision of the Police Chief, the employee in this class is responsible for assisting children in crossing traffic intersections.  A School Crossing Guard requires vigilance in directing and protecting children during those hours when they are entering and leaving school.  This position is a part-time position one requiring the incumbent to serve at an assigned post.  A School Crossing Guard is not a member of the uniformed Police Department of a municipality and does not perform police duties.     

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: At time of appointment. Candidate may be required to undergo a standard physical examination to be administered by the appointing jurisdiction.

 

SUBMIT RESUMES TO:

                Personnel Manager – Office of the Town Comptroller

                Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue Greenburgh New York 10607

                Email: personnel@greenburghny.com

 

Cricket tournament this Sunday, September 22nd at Richard Presser Park, 218 N Central Ave, Hartsdale . This is an opportunity to observe cricket being played at Westchester’s first cricket field. They expect games to start by 8 AM and the finals will take place at 5 PM followed by an awards ceremony by 6:30 PM.  It’s my hope that other officials from around the county will attend, observe and consider doing what Greenburgh did—creating a cricket field in their community or school district. Cricket is the world’s second most popular sport.

PAUL FEINER

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