Crossing guards needed across City of Fredericton

Article Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

​The Fredericton Police Force is seeking reliable, community-minded individuals to join the Crossing Guard Program.

The crossing guard program is intended to keep students safe as they walk to and from school with a special focus on elementary school students.

Crossing guards are hired by the Police Force and are paid an hourly wage to work three hours a day. Positions are available for various locations across the city. The time commitment is mornings and afternoons on weekdays. 

Applicants must successfully complete a background check prior to employment. A traffic vest, stop sign and on-the-job training are provided.

Adult crossing guards are assigned to a specific post for the duration of the school year and must provide their own transportation to and from the post.

If you like working with children, and would like to have a job where you perform a valuable service to children in the community, please contact the Fredericton City Police at 506-460-2300.