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CONTACT TRACER, SHS Student Health Services

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Boston University
Location
BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States

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CONTACT TRACER, SHS Student Health Services

Tracking Code0981 Job Description

Boston University is looking for Contact Tracers to perform COVID-19 contact tracing as part of its COVID-19 Recovery Plan. Contact Tracers will be responsible for making phone calls to close contacts of individuals diagnosed with COVID-19. These phone calls will involve a symptom check, referral for testing if appropriate, and recommendations and requirements for quarantine/isolation according to protocols. Contact Tracers will report daily to an RN supervisor who can provide them with the appropriate clinical information to make these recommendations and referrals. Contact Tracers are required to follow established scripts and protocols provided by Boston University.

Required Skills
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • 0-1 years' experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to handle confidential information with professionalism and discretion
  • Ability to read, write, speak English.
  • Ability to speak Spanish and/or Portuguese preferred.

This position is eligible for Boston University's generous benefits package including health, dental, life insurance, tuition remission, paid time off, and so much more!

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

Job Location BOSTON, Massachusetts, United StatesPosition TypePart-Time

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The Difference Is Our DNA

What compelled the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to award Boston University a grant to fight newborn mortality in Zambia? Why did Martin Luther King, Jr. adopt BU as a place where he could hone his message of justice and equality? And what is the catalyst that prompts 32,557 students from 135 countries to call BU their home every semester? It’s in our DNA: an inherent desire in each of our students, faculty, and staff to vigorously and dauntlessly pursue knowledge—and embrace the unlimited possibilities that come with it.

A Community Unlike Any Other

As you can see below, it takes people, ideas, and a little luck (Boston, you’re our town) to make BU what it is today: one of the most dynamic universities in the world.

Celebrated thinkers: On any given day, students will find themselves mesmerized by Nobel Prize winners, a poet laureate, and the first biomedical engineer ever to receive a MacArthur Foundation “Genius Award,” among others.

Extraordinary teaching: When a classroom starts to percolate with new ideas, it’s because our faculty of scholars and accomplished practitioners know how to ignite students’ imaginations. That’s why we reward our best teachers with BU’s most prestigious honor: The Metcalf Cup and Prize.

Groundbreaking research: With faculty dedicated to a creative, interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, BU has become a leading global research institution—propelled forward by over $350 million a year in sponsored program revenue.

World-class students: Elite students from all 50 states and 135 countries pursue higher education on BU campuses in Boston and at programs in L.A., D.C., and more than 30 other cities on six continents.

A city within a city: Today, 80% of our undergrads live on campus, which could explain the 525 student activity groups alone.

The greatest college town in the world: Boston. ’Nuff said.

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