FORT WORTH – Additional temporary workers are needed to join the frontline workers staffing COVID-19 vaccination sites in Fort Worth.Police: Missing Tiger In Houston Found Safe, Healthy
When additional allocations of COVID-19 vaccines began to arrive in Tarrant County, the city quickly ramped up to recruit temporary workers needed to efficiently move thousands of patients through the vaccination process. In late March, more than 130 job offers were extended to temporary employees to staff COVID-19 clinics at Farrington Field and the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex.READ MORE: Child Found Dead In Street In Dallas Neighborhood
Now, additional vaccination site assistants are needed.
Some of the tasks that will be undertaken by vaccine site assistants include screening individuals, reviewing health question responses, checking patient consent forms, preparing vaccination cards and staffing the patient observation area.MORE NEWS: DFW Weather: Forecast Has Rain Chances Every Day This Upcoming Week
Pay is $15 per hour. The temporary employees will be expected to maintain a work schedule of two shifts a week with the opportunity to work up to six shifts per week in support of these facilities. Shifts are typically 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday.