Capital City Fire/Rescue is recruiting temporary workers to help with outreach and screening at Juneau International Airport. (Peter Segall | Juneau Empire)

Capital City Fire/Rescue is recruiting temporary workers to help with outreach and screening at Juneau International Airport. (Peter Segall | Juneau Empire)

City seeks temporary emergency public health workers

They’d help with outreach and screening at airport.

  • Friday, June 5, 2020 3:39pm
  • News

The City and Borough of Juneau is recruiting temporary workers to assist with public outreach and screening for COVID-19 at the Juneau Airport, according to a news release from the city.

The emergency positions have been created specifically to assist CBJ in responding to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

For more information and to apply online, go to https://beta.juneau.org/human-resources/employment-opportunities/entry/64652 or call 586-5250. These positions are open until filled.

Pay is $19.72-$22.47 per hour depending on experience, according to CBJ. All hires will receive training on job duties and in the use of personal protective equipment. Flexible, part-time and full-time shifts are available, including daytime and evening hours, according to CBJ.

Candidates should be dependable, reliable, friendly and approachable, according to CBJ. Ideal candidates have excellent communication and customer service skills and are able to interact with a wide variety of people/travelers.

Job responsibilities include greeting incoming travelers, checking documentation, assisting travelers through the airport screening process and providing general information about COVID-19 and traveler requirements.

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