San Antonio Job Opportunity: Help with Contact Tracing to Slow COVID-19

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Are you concerned about the spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in San Antonio?

The UTHealth School of Public Health in San Antonio is recruiting workers on behalf of Metro Health to become Case Investigators and Contact Tracers.

Case Investigators/Contact Tracers will be responsible for connecting with COVID-19 patients, as well as locating and counseling individuals those patients may have come into contact with during the course of their infection.

Identifying, quarantining, and testing people exposed to a known COVID-19 patient helps end the chain of disease transmission.

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Data Collector: Case Investigator

Position Summary: This position involves initiating communication with contacts of newly diagnosed COVID-19 patients, providing information to contacts, and identifying possible exposures. Case investigators will document their work and assist in quality assurance monitoring to ensure that data are appropriately collected and entered into the data system.

Certification/Skills: Will be trained by project manager or principal on techniques to interview, complete questionnaires, and report data.

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

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Data Collector: Contact Tracer

Position Summary: This position involves providing approved information about Texas’ quarantine procedures, and if appropriate, referring them to testing according to protocol and/or to a COVID-19 social resources. This position will also collect and record information on COVID-19 symptoms into a data management platform.

Certification/Skills: Will be trained by project manager or principal on techniques to interview, complete questionnaires, and report data.

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

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