LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Clark County is looking for crossing guards to help schoolchildren in southwest Las Vegas get to and from school safely.
The county is looking for people willing to work all or part of a full school week in ZIP codes 89141, 89139, 89178 and 89179.
The pay is $ 15 an hour for what is typically an hour of morning work and an hour of afternoon work, according to a press release.
A call is launched for other crossing guards. They are needed in the southwest of Las #Vegas Valley to help elementary school children get to and from school safely. Interested? Email your name and phone number to [email protected] or apply online at https://t.co/g7OVlzfEr9. pic.twitter.com/oYMPro5jh2
– Clark County, Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) January 5, 2022
Those who can only work a limited schedule are still encouraged to apply, officials said, as the county must fill around 10 regular and alternate guard positions. You must be at least 18 years old, pass an agility and balance assessment, and be able to obtain fingerprints as well as a paid copy of Nevada criminal history records, county officials said.
The county says anyone interested in the role can email their name and phone number to [email protected] or apply online here.