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If you're looking to contribute to the COVID-19 relief effort, it may be time to get your resume ready. 

Peel Region announced via Twitter on Sunday that it needs to fill 100 positions this month to support vaccine clinics

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The jobs, which pay $24 an hour, will last approximately six months and you don't need a ton of experience to apply.  

Various roles are available including, Greeter, Registration Clerk, Runner, Clinic Monitor, and General Support.

All applicants are required to have a high school diploma and one year of customer service experience.

Listed job sites include 10 Peel Centre Dr. in Brampton and 7120 Hurontario St. in Mississauga, as well as various other vaccine clinics throughout the region.

Some duties include screening clients for COVID-19 symptoms, welcoming guests and ensuring that people are wearing face coverings and keeping their distance. 

The positions are a great opportunity if you're looking to help out on the frontlines.

However, if you're looking for something a bit more sedentary, you could always check out other listings in the province. 

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