The Bryant Contact Tracer reports to the Community Contact Tracing Program Manager. This position supports the University’s Sars-Cov2 response efforts to coordinate on-campus exposure risk management for employees and students.
This is a per diem position; the number of hours per week will vary based on contact tracing needs within the Bryant University community.
Contact tracing refers to the timely identification and quarantine of individuals identified as having close contact with a person suspected of or diagnosed with Sars-Cov2. While formal Contact Tracing will happen through the appropriate state’s Department of Health, Bryant University will have an internal On-Campus Exposure Risk Management Team, hereinafter referred to as the Community Contract Tracing Program Manager and/or Bryant Contact Tracers. Individuals of the Bryant Community who have a confirmed or probable diagnosis of Sars-Cov2 are interviewed by Bryant Contact Tracers and through this process are able to identify who they may have had close contact with. The Bryant Contact Tracer then contacts these individuals to provide further guidance. Bryant contact tracing will be conducted on an as-needed basis, between the hours of 7am-10pm, 7 days per week. Bryant contact tracing may allow for work to be completed remotely on a full or partial basis at the discretion of the Community Contract Tracing Program Manager.