Regulated/Licensed Case Manager – Contact Tracer (Contract)
- 100% Remote (across Canada)
- Full-Time, Day and Evening Shifts
- Part-Time, Day and Evening Shifts (full availability – .6 or .75 schedule)
- $35 per hour
Alberta Health Services needs your help to curb the spread of COVID-19 — working from your own home, anywhere in Alberta, you can support the courageous efforts of frontline medical workers who are fighting to keep Canadians safe.
The current climate, skilled medical professionals are more important than ever in helping people keep themselves and each other safe. Case Managers will be leading that effort by providing assessment and advice to people at risk of spreading the virus.
In this position, you will help identify and manage contact tracing by conducting interviews of patients with confirmed or probable exposure to COVID-19. This phone-based, work-from-home role requires experience with healthcare, social work, or counselling patients as it’s critical to be empathic and sensitive to people affected by these difficult circumstances.
We’re recruiting from a diverse range of medical and clinical specializations, including:
- Social workers
- Language Specialists
- Dental Hygienists
- Occupational Therapists
- Respiratory Therapists
Regardless of your background, your core skills in communicating with patients, assessing their condition, and advising next steps will be indispensable to the efforts of public health.
Unlike many health professionals, your impact on COVID-19 will be direct: at the other end of every phone call will be a person who is better prepared to protect themselves and others. Candidates who are detail-oriented, articulate, and motivated to make a difference will excel in this role.
- Assess COVID-19 signs and symptoms, as well as underlying health conditions
- Discuss symptom onset to determine the window period for contact exposure risk
- Inquire about previous activities to identify who may have been exposed
- Elicit information on close contacts, and assess support needs to maintain health and compliance during self-isolation
- Facilitate testing and referral to healthcare services and resource care coordination
- Provide recommendations for self-isolation and review of daily monitoring procedures
- Educate and provide COVID-19 specific information
- Record data in the case and contact management IT system
- Licensed with a regulated healthcare college/association in the province of Alberta
- Out of Alberta – you will need to be licensed in the Province of Alberta
- Ability to fluently speak, read and write in English
- Able to receive a clear criminal background check
- Have a dedicated space with reliable internet for making confidential phone calls
- Knowledge of communicable diseases, infection prevention and control practices
- Proficiency with use of computers and ideally Microsoft Office 365
- Demonstrated emotional intelligence, empathy and communication skills
- Strong problem-solving, collaboration, critical thinking, and decision-making skills
- Some knowledge of HIPPA regulations and ability to maintain confidentiality
This is a temporary, remote, contract position. Our current openings are full time: 37.5 – 40 hours per week or part-time of .6 or .75 hours per week. Eight-hour shifts will be scheduled between the hours 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. (MST) during both weekdays and weekends, and shifts will rotate week to week. You will also be required to work on public holidays. Rate of pay will be $35 per hour, and you will require a personal laptop or desktop computer running Windows 10. You will also need a smart phone. We will need confirmation of this prior to employment to ensure your system will work with the tools required.
We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. Please note that due to the high volume of applications for this role, only candidates that match the qualifications will be contacted to move forward with an interview.