The City of Côte Saint-Luc is a dynamic municipality on the island of Montreal with a population of approximately 35 000. The City prides itself on providing the highest level of services to its residents at a reasonable cost. We are currently looking to hire a Crossing Guard.
Role: Reporting to the Director of Public Security, the crossing guard supervises people at intersections in order to prevent traffic accidents. He/she ensures the safety of individuals and informs them of safety regulations.
Examples of completed tasks:
- Stop traffic at intersections by way of portable stop sign, when the situation arises.
- Invite people to look both ways before crossing the street.
- Accompany individuals crossing the street, from one side to the other.
- Show individual how to cross the street in a safe and reasonable manner.
- Explain to individuals the meaning of certain traffic signs in the area.
- At all times, crossing guard must respect all road signs and invite people to do the same.
- Give to local police district office and/or local Public Security department, a description of any noticeable loitering individuals.
- Advise immediately 9-1-1 when a person is hurt and take care of him/her until patrol officers or ambulance arrives.
- Carry out any other related duties as requested by supervisor.
Qualifications and education:
- The ideal candidate will possess a high school diploma – Secondary V.
- Candidates with security background will be preferred.
- Other: Bilingualism, ability to work under stressful conditions, available for night work, including weekends, well spoken, diplomatic, a valid driver’s licence is preferred.
Salary and benefits: $18/hour
Schedule: Monday to Friday: 7 AM to 9 AM and 2 PM to 4 PM (4 hours per day = 20 hours per week)
To apply: Please forward a copy of your resume, accompanied by a cover letter to: [email protected]
The masculine form is used for the sole purpose of simplifying the text and no discrimination is intended.
We thank applicants for their interest; however, priority will be given to candidates that best meet the overall profile.
Given the exceptional circumstances we are experiencing at the moment, measures have been put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In particular, where applicable, the interviews will be by videoconference or by telephone.
Equal Access to Employment
The City of Côte Saint-Luc operates an equal access employment program, and, in this regard, we are committed to supporting inclusive diversity practices. We invite women, visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginals, and persons with disabilities to apply.
People with disabilities are invited to tell us their specific needs in order to provide accommodation for the selection process. Please be assured that this information will remain strictly confidential.