Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing has remained constant: the need to help fellow Vermonters is great. We truly are all in this together. If you have the capacity to step in to help, please do! We are in need of nurses and caregivers for both paid and volunteer positions. Additionally we need people who can help keep our essential infrastructure operational. We need people from across different sectors and disciplines to assist. There are several ways to become involved. As our needs will change over time, be sure to check here often.
Vermont’s long term care facilities are in need of on-call paid staff to provide direct care and support in a variety of COVID-19 positive settings. We are looking for people who are new to the field as well as skilled and entry-level healthcare workers such RNs, LPNs, LNAs, and unlicensed caregivers. These are temporary assignments intended to strengthen Vermont’s readiness for COVID-19 outbreak response.
If you are a healthcare professional, person with a health care administration background, or have experience in working with displaced people, please considering registering for the Medical Reserve Corps so that we may utilize your skills. Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, EMS personnel, physician assistants, veterinarians, and mental health professionals are some of the disciplines most needed.
We work with government and nonprofit partners across Vermont to meet unmet needs. If we need you and your skills, we will be in touch. Some of the skills and experience sought include grocery worker, long term care facility kitchen/laundry/administrative help, public works professionals, and drivers.
If you are available for temporary or full-time work, there are current open positions that directly support the COVID-19 pandemic response and other roles critical to continued operations. Please note that Contact Tracing positions are not available at this time.