Are you interested in assisting New Jersey’s contact tracing efforts? Register here and be notified when opportunities become available.
Governor Murphy stated on Tuesday, May 12 that the State has 800-900 contact tracers statewide and will need at least 1,000 to build its Community Contact Tracing Corps.
Contact tracing is a full-time commitment given the training requirement and access to various necessary systems. In order to work effectively, the State will be scheduling people 7 days a week between 8 am – 8 pm, but not to exceed 35 hours per week at $25 per hour.
To learn more about contact tracing, you can complete this free training which will be required for all contact tracers.