HR service provider Randstad is looking for 560 new contact tracers in Flanders. In Mechelen, there are 59 vacancies that must be filled at the N-Allo call center in Stationsstraat.
“Now that the fourth wave is raging and the measures have become stricter, contact follow-up is also being scaled up again,” says Wim Van der Linden of Randstad. “Identifying, monitoring and informing infected persons is extremely important. As a contact tracer you really make a difference.”
Randstad is looking for people who speak Dutch fluently, have good communication skills, can work well with a computer and are willing to work in a variable schedule between 8 am and 8 pm. Experience is not necessary and students who are looking for an extra income are also welcome. Every new contact tracer is first given a short training.
Interested parties can apply by texting ‘CONTACT’ to the toll-free number 8989. (svds)