With the city moving into stage three today, a new type of work is springing up for Torontonians to apply to. We've compiled a list of jobs hiring in Toronto and nearby areas that are looking for screeners, so you don't have to do any searching. And, hey, they can't expect you to have too much experience for this one, right?
Most of these jobs require a high school diploma and at most, some clerical experience.
So they are perfect entry-level positions, and because they are in the healthcare industry, you can expect (hope?) that they will pay more than minimum wage!
Although many of these job did not list salaries, Workopolis estimates most of these positions to work out to between $35,000 to $45,000 per year.
We acknowledge that this may be a daunting job at the moment, but all companies hiring have ensured that workers will be completely equipped with all necessary PPE. You'll also be well-trained on health and safety protocol.
From Etobicoke to Kensington, these positions vary in location, so you should be able to find one in your area if you're in the GTA.
So, without further ado, here are six jobs located in the greater Toronto area that will hire to you check temperatures.
Company: Region of Peel
Why You Should Apply: The only absolute requirement for this job is availability, so if you've got time on your hands, you may just be the perfect fit.
Health Surveillance Screener
Salary: $18 per hour
Company: University Health Network
Why You Should Apply:There is no experience required with a wage quite a bit higher than minimum wage!
Salary: TBD, based on experience
Company: Eye Bank of Canada — Kensington Health
Why You Should Apply: This is a full-time gig! You'd work 6:45am to 2:45pm Monday to Friday, so if you like your afternoons off, this may be a perfect fit for you!
Company: Trillium Health Partners
Why You Should Apply: THP, which operates in Mississauga and western Toronto, only requires a high-school diploma for this role.
Salary: $15 per hour
Company: Altis Recruitment
Why You Should Apply: This is actually not in the healthcare industry — it's an office job! If you think you're more suited for an office position, this might a good choice for you.