Children cross the street with the help of an Irving school crossing guard.

Interested in becoming a school crossing guard? The Irving Police Department is now hiring dedicated and qualified individuals. The position is part-time, with a compensation range from $9.81 to $13.83 per hour.

Irving’s School Crossing Guard Program serves the community by providing safety for children and other pedestrians en route to and from school. Crossing guards teach children to cross streets and intersections properly, as well as oversee safe crossings and observe and report any activity that may pose a danger at assigned locations before and after school.

Applicants must have formal or informal education or training that ensures the ability to communicate in English at a level necessary for successful job performance. No experience is required, but applicants must have basic knowledge of traffic laws and safety procedures. Work schedules and hours coincide with the Irving Independent School District schedule.

Applications are accepted in person from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at City Hall, 825 W. Irving Blvd. Applications also can be submitted online at Irving’s 24-Hour Job Line is (972) 721- 3773, ext. 346.

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