Emergency Response Network Jobs with King County Public Health Department

Sunday September 12, 2021

The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is currently fielding a team of RPCVs as COVID-19 information resource coordinators (call staff) with the King County Public Health Department. Following our contact tracing efforts last year and early this year, NPCA has provided this service to King County since April of this year, and is now looking to expand the team.

Positions are paid, full-time, and home-based. A minimum of 23 to 40 hours per week and a 6 to 12-month commitment are required. Positions include benefits depending on the number of hours worked. All candidates must be residents of Washington State, but King County residency is not required. Successful applicants must successfully pass a three-day training, assessment, and technical orientation program in order to begin work. Training and equipment will be provided. Employment will be contingent upon completing a final interview and assessment.

 

How to apply:

Send a cover letter and resume addressed to Dan Baker: reentry@rpcv.org

Cover letter and resume must confirm that applicants are located in Washington State and your country and years of Peace Corps service.

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