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COVID-19 Case Investigator Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other No Particular Level
COVID-19 Case Investigator Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

College of Nursing and Health Professions

Campus

Other

Job Description


Job Summary

The COVID surveillance team will be responsible for identifying, investigating and performing contact tracing on all cases of exposed to, suspected of, or confirmed COVID individuals within the Drexel Community.  The case investigator is responsible for receiving reports of persons suspected or confirmed as having COVID 19, locating them and interviewing them in order to gather information necessary for public health investigation and contact tracing.

This position is a temporary position and is approximately a 3-12 month role.  We have opportunities for part-time (20 hours per week). This position is not eligible for Drexel benefits.

Essential Functions

  • Interviewing and data collection
  • Calls newly diagnosed cases and collects data on symptoms, exposures, and persons with whom they have been in contact while infectious.
  • Communicates with contacts in a professional and empathic manner, assuring them of the confidentiality of the information collected and explaining how the contact information will be utilized.
  • Provide Health Education per CDC guidelines.
  • Provides cases with approved information about state isolation procedures and monitors compliance with isolation.
  • Alerts Epidemiologists if the case is associated with a congregate or other high risk setting that requires additional public health investigation or intervention.
  • Following established procedures and/or script, incumbent will provide the ill individual with resources available for further information or support as needed.
  • Utilizes established database(s) to identify newly diagnosed patients.
  • Inputs data collected (i.e. symptoms, contacts, etc.) into database and assures database is kept up to date.
  • Provides data from Case Investigation efforts to Epidemiologists and/or Health Educators as necessary.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications Active enrollment in bachelors level education in the Health Care field Knowledge of public health practices, communicable diseases, disease control, and epidemiologic methods. Ability to manage, compile, analyze, and present data. Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing with diverse audiences. Ability to work with a variety of computer software packages. An understanding of patient confidentiality, including the ability to conduct interviews without violating confidentiality (e.g., to those who might overhear their conversations). Excellent and sensitive interpersonal, cultural sensitivity, and interviewing skills such that they can build and maintain trust with interviewees; ability to maintain confidentiality; judgement as to when to refer cases to other resources if needed. Familiarity with CDC guidelines surrounding Case investigation and contact tracing Preferred Qualifications Completion of JHU Case investigation/Contact Tracking course recommended Knowledge of REDcap Database a plus but not required

Available Positions

6

Department

COVID-19 Operations

Location

Fully Remote

Contact Information

Takiyah Fortune
tf494@drexel.edu
267-738-7007

COVID-19 Contact Tracer Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other No Particular Level
COVID-19 Contact Tracer Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

College of Nursing and Health Professions

Campus

Other

Job Description

Job Summary

The COVID surveillance team will be responsible for identifying, investigating and performing contact tracing on all cases of exposed to, suspected of, or confirmed COVID individuals within the Drexel Community.  The case investigator is responsible for receiving reports of persons suspected or confirmed as having COVID 19, locating them and interviewing them in order to gather information necessary for public health investigation and contact tracing.

This position is a temporary position and is approximately a 3-12 month role.  We have opportunities for part-time (20 hours per week).  This position is not eligible for Drexel benefits.

Essential Functions

  • Call contacts of newly diagnosed patients
  • Communicate with contacts in a professional and empathetic manner
  • Collect and record information on symptoms into appropriate systems
  • Provide contacts with approved information about local quarantine/isolation procedures, and if appropriate, refer them to testing according to protocol and/or to a COVID-19 social resources
  • Follow a script to inform contacts about the importance of quarantine/isolation and what to do if symptoms develop
  • Escalate issues to epidemiology lead
  • Maintain daily contact with supervisor
  • Conduct telephone based interviews
  • Ability to access and navigate databases and software programs
  • Interview individuals for Case investigations and Contact Tracing while maintaining confidentiality
  • Provide education on Isolation and Quarantine procedures per outlined protocol

Qualifications

Required Qualifications Active enrollment in bachelors level education in the Health Care field Ability to exhibit a professional, positive attitude and work ethic Excellent interpersonal skills required and ability to show empathy and interact professionally with culturally diverse individuals during a time of crisis and distress Excellent organizational and communication skills Critical thinking and sound judgment required Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism Proficiency with computers and data entry into electronic tracking systems Ownership of or ability to acquire a personal computer and broadband internet access Ability to work remotely Preferred Qualifications Familiarity with CDC guidelines surrounding contact tracing

Available Positions

6

Department

COCID-19 Operations

Location

Fully remote

Contact Information

Takiyah Fortune
tf494@drexel.edu
267-738-7007

COVID-19 Medical Testing Assistant Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions University City No Particular Level
COVID-19 Medical Testing Assistant Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions University City No Particular Level
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

No Particular Level

College/Unit

College of Nursing and Health Professions

Campus

University City

Job Description


Job Summary

The COVID-19 Medical Testing Assistant will be responsible for performing and or assisting with on-site medical screening and analysis activities for COVID-19.

This position is a temporary position and is approximately a 3-12 month role.  We have opportunities for part-time (20 hours per week).  This position is not eligible for Drexel benefits.

Essential Functions

  • Administer medical questionnaire to patient.
  • Inputs data collected as needed into chosen database/s at either testing site and/or Drexel University Student Health Center and assists with projects as needed to assure comprehensive data update. 
  • Communicate with testing patients and clinical staff members in a professional and empathic manner, assuring them of the confidentiality of the information collected and explaining how collected information will be utilized.
  • Administer and interpret temperature of an individual using tympanic, infrared, or oral thermometer.
  • Report cases of positive and negative responses according to established protocols using appropriate reporting requirements per government and facility regulations.
  • Don and doff PPE as required per protocol established by facility.
  • Adhere to PPE requirements for sample collection.
  • Document screening and data collection results in the electronic medical record system/data platform as stated by project protocol.
  • Obtain consent as appropriate to collect sample.
  • Acquire potentially infectious biological sample from patient via nasal swab, oral swan, saliva samples.
  • Comply with laws and regulations regarding confidentiality (HIPPA/FERPA) and privacy of information collected.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications Attention to detail. Ability to speak/write clearly and directly while effectively communicate with patients and team members. General computer literacy and proficiency. Ethical understanding of patient processes, confidentiality, and personal health information data management. Knowledge of REDcap Database a plus but not required (training as appropriate will be provided). Participation and successful completion of Drexel University HIPPA Training Certificate. Participation and successful completion of Drexel University Infectious Disease/Control Modules as instructed/appropriate.

Available Positions

6

Department

COVID-19 Operations

Location

Contact Information

Takiyah Fortune
tf494@drexel.edu
267-738-7007

Lead COVID-19 Case Investigator / Contact Tracer Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other Graduate
Lead COVID-19 Case Investigator / Contact Tracer Part-Time College of Nursing and Health Professions Other Graduate
Job Type

Part-Time

Minimum Education

Graduate

College/Unit

College of Nursing and Health Professions

Campus

Other

Job Description

The COVID surveillance team will be responsible for identifying, investigating and performing contact tracing on all cases of exposed to, suspected of, or confirmed COVID individuals within the Drexel Community.  The case investigator is responsible for receiving reports of persons suspected or confirmed as having COVID 19, locating them and interviewing them in order to gather information necessary for public health investigation and contact tracing.

This position is a temporary position and is approximately a 3-12 month role.  This position is not eligible for Drexel benefits.

Essential Functions

  • Call contacts of newly diagnosed patients
  • Communicate with contacts in a professional and empathetic manner
  • Collect and record information on symptoms into appropriate systems
  • Provide contacts with approved information about local quarantine/isolation procedures, and if appropriate, refer them to testing according to protocol and/or to a COVID-19 social resources
  • Follow a script to inform contacts about the importance of quarantine/isolation and what to do if symptoms develop
  • Escalate issues to epidemiology lead
  • Maintain daily contact with supervisor
  • Conduct telephone based interviews
  • Ability to access and navigate databases and software programs
  • Interview individuals for Case investigations and Contact Tracing while maintaining confidentiality
  • Provide education on Isolation and Quarantine procedures per outlined protocol
  • Interviewing and data collection
  • Calls newly diagnosed cases and collects data on symptoms, exposures, and persons with whom they have been in contact while infectious.
  • Communicates with contacts in a professional and empathic manner, assuring them of the confidentiality of the information collected and explaining how the contact information will be utilized.
  • Provide Health Education per CDC guidelines.
  • Provides cases with approved information about state isolation procedures and monitors compliance with isolation.
  • Alerts Epidemiologists if the case is associated with a congregate or other high risk setting that requires additional public health investigation or intervention.
  • Following established procedures and/or script, incumbent will provide the ill individual with resources available for further information or support as needed.
  • Utilizes established database(s) to identify newly diagnosed patients.
  • Inputs data collected (i.e. symptoms, contacts, etc.) into database and assures database is kept up to date.
  • Provides data from Case Investigation efforts to Epidemiologists and/or Health Educators as necessary.

Qualifications

Active enrollment in Graduate level education in the Health Care field Ability to exhibit a professional, positive attitude and work ethic Excellent interpersonal skills required and ability to show empathy and interact professionally with culturally diverse individuals during a time of crisis and distress Excellent organizational and communication skills Critical thinking and sound judgment required Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism Proficiency with computers and data entry into electronic tracking systems Ownership of or ability to acquire a personal computer and broadband internet access Ability to work remotely Preferred Qualifications Familiarity with CDC guidelines surrounding contact tracing

Available Positions

2

Department

COVID-19 Operations

Location

Fully Remote

Contact Information

Takiyah Fortune
Tf494@drexel.edu