JSO looking to fill 25 crossing guard vacancies
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is looking to fill 25 crossing guard positions before the start of the school year in Duval County.
School Crossing Guards are part-time employees who are assigned to numerous intersections throughout the city to assist children in traveling to and from school safely.
School Crossing Guards work one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon for a maximum of 10 hours a week and receive $9.56 an hour.
It is preferred that the applicant’s home address be in reasonable proximity to the location of the position, to avoid excessive and costly travel time.
Once selected, applicants must pass a background check and drug screening, and complete eight hours of classroom and field training. They must also pass a written exam and a practical exam, after completing training.
For more information about School Crossing Guard positions contact The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Community Affairs Division at (904) 630-2160.
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