YPSILANTI, Mich. – The Washtenaw County Health Department is looking to hire qualified applicants as temporary, part-time vaccinators for its vaccination clinics.
Vaccinators will immunize members of the surrounding communities against the virus that causes COVID-19.
Here’s what the job posting says:
Those hired as vaccinators will use a framework put together by the Human Services Department and Health Department to guide immunizations.
Duties for the position include providing COVID-19 vaccinations to priority groups and community members, assessing immunization status, working with defined at-risk populations, maintaining case records and administering immunizations in accordance with human service and public health division policy.
To qualify, applicants must have a valid Michigan driver’s license, have their own transportation and be licensed in Michigan as a registered nurse, EMT, pharmacist, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, medical doctor, osteopathic physician or have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Temporary, part-time vaccinators are paid $22-$24 per hour.
Those interested should submit their materials by Jan. 4, 2022.
Medical and non-medical volunteers are also being sought to help with the clinics.
Can you help us vaccinate Washtenaw County against COVID-19?— Washtenaw County Health Department (@wcpublichealth) January 4, 2021
We now have two ways to help:
✅ Volunteer https://t.co/a8TO9CRKBi. We need both medical & non-medical volunteers to run vaccination clinics.
✅ Apply for a paid, temporary vaccinator position https://t.co/Fm9u3pyAWF pic.twitter.com/EHUJalDKE7