This employee will work under
the supervision of the Traffic Enforcement office of the Police Department.
This employee will provide child pedestrian safety by facilitating safe passage
of school children across high traffic streets and intersections, while
remaining alert to traffic hazards. This position is an alternate part-time
position, which means that this employee will be called into work as an
alternate when one of our part-time crossing guards is unavailable. This
position requires serious commitment to be at the crossing guard post on each
school day and before and after school hours as required. This position works
approximately 3 hours per day. Hourly rate is $12.37/hr. Equipment and Training
provided. Crossing Guards follow the school calendar and only work when
school is in session.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
to communicate effectively in English, verbally and in writing.
to stand for up to an hour and a half per shift on an assigned crossing.
to remain aware of and alert to a variety of environmental factors such as
moving vehicles and weather.
to exercise good judgment and make rapid decisions relating to speed and
distance of multiple vehicles, traffic signal cycles, and pedestrian
in interacting with the public, especially children.
- Must be
available to report into work when an alternate is needed
- Must be
able to work specific hours in the morning and afternoon
- Must be
able to move and react at a moderate/fast pace in case of emergencies.
must be 18 years of age at time of application
obtain a Child Abuse clearance report before you are hired.
To apply or if you have any
questions please contact Debra Mazzone at 610-685-0636 or by email at Dmazzone@Muhlenbergtwp.com.
Many of you may have heard about our
fellow residents who have been affected by a terrible house fire at their
residence on Crystal Rock Rd. Sadly the family has lost everything. The
Township is accepting donations on their behalf to help them during this
difficult time. The family is in need of hygiene/personal care items. There
are two adults and three children ranging from elementary school to high school
age. If you are interested in helping you can do so by dropping off your
donations to Customer Service during normal business hours – M-F, 8AM to
4:30PM. The family and the Township thanks you in advance for your efforts.
If you haven't had a chance yet you should check out the newly renovated 5th Street Highway McDonalds. It's one of the first of the new designs in the country and features innovative technology and service. Touch screens, table service and more! Muhlenberg Township Commissioners were there to congratulate the owners. Pictured left to rightare: Commissioner John Imhoff, Commissioner Steve Wolfinger, owner Grant Skylass (owner), George Skyllas, Commissioner Kevin Lerch and Commissioner Derek Lupia.