Crossing Guard Positions

Available Across Manhattan

With the New York City school year already begun, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer is pleased to announce that the Police Department is accepting applications for school crossing guard positions across Manhattan and the city as a whole.

Earlier this year, the City allocated $1.14 million in additional funds from the City budget to hire 80 new crossing guards following a public campaign for more crossing guards led by Brewer as well as Councilmembers Brad Lander (Brooklyn) and Vanessa Gibson (Bronx).

The NYPD is seeking applicants for 41 vacant crossing guard positions from Lower Manhattan to Inwood. These part time positions offer regular hours, pay increases, and the opportunity to help keep our city’s kids safe, every school day.

These part-time positions offer regular hours, pay increases, and the opportunity to help keep our City’s kids safe, every school day. Pay starts at $11.50 per hour and increases to $13.46 per hours after 3 years with health benefits.

If you are interested in applying, please contact your local NYPD precinct. You can find a list of job vacancies, as well as contact information and a map of Manhattan’s police precincts below.

 
Manhattan Police Precincts