BUSINESS: Springfield… “Stick It To COVID!”

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By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher

SOMERVILLE, Mass. , Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The successful “Stick it to COVID” vaccination campaign that swept the eastern part of the state is now moving into the Springfield region. As a partner with the state, Cataldo is hiring healthcare professionals as vaccinators for key sites that will pop up throughout the Springfield region. Experienced vaccinators can make up to $40 an hour while making a real difference to their local communities.

The “Stick it to COVID” campaign, first launched in January 2021, was an incredible demonstration of patriotism and dedication by the healthcare community. When we put the “all call” out, we expected a good response but nothing like the overwhelming response we actually got–over 5000 healthcare professionals responded saying they wanted to Stick it to COVID!” Kevin Turner , CoO of Cataldo. This state partner is responsible for COVID vaccine and testing efforts.

Our January launch was incredible! We on-boarded 1500 vaccination specialists in a little over 3 weeks,” says Dinah Olanoff, a senior director with Cataldo. “Healthcare professionals wanted their expertise to help us beat this virus that has so severely affected our lives.” You don’t need to have any clinical experience to join the vax team, she emphasizes.

While Cataldo is seeking experienced clinicians such as doctors, nurses and NPs, paramedics, students in nursing, EMTs and paramedics to support the vaccination effort, everyone is welcome to apply for roles that are not vaccine-related. Licensed clinicians at the Vax 2 level, make $40 an hour. Those who are able to vaccinate under supervision, make $25 an hour, and administrative supporters earn $18 an hour. Flexible schedules and FT/PT are possible. Join Cataldo in continuing to Stick it to Covidian!

Come to the Cataldo live hiring event: La Quinta Hotel, Congress Street, Springfield

Wednesday September 22 from 12 to 4 pm | Thursday September 23 from 2 – 6 pm

Cataldo Ambulance Service continually distinguishes itself as a leader in EMS, providing routine and emergency medical transportation services, offering clinical education, and introducing the first mobile integrated health service line in Massachusetts. Cataldo is constantly developing innovative programs to meet the changing needs of patients and the community. Cataldo works closely with the state to provide COVID testing and vaccine resources.

SOURCE Cataldo Ambulance Service

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