Scientist to Security Officer - New NI jobs created by the Covid-19 pandemic (and some existing jobs affected by coronavirus)

The Covid-19 pandemic has not only changed the way in which we live and interact with one another but it has had a momentous impact upon the way we work and what jobs are out there.

Monday, 24th May 2021, 6:18 pm
Updated Monday, 24th May 2021, 6:20 pm

The following are examples of how coronavirus has transformed the employment landscape in Northern Ireland.

- Security Officer - Covid Site - (various parts of Northern Ireland) - £10 per hour.

- Covid Ambassadors/Weekend Covid Ambassadors - multiple sites across Belfast - £10.01 per hour.

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The way in which people work will have changed forever because of Covid-19.

- Scientists - Covid Labs - Antrim - salary not disclosed.

- Laboratory Support - Antrim - No experience necessary - salary not disclosed.

- Medical Testing Assistant - £10.09 per hour for three month period - On completion you can qualify for a minimum £100 bonus.

- Covid-19 Field Study Worker - Coleraine/Londonderry only - Field Based Study Workers to support a COVID-19 Infection Survey - Competitive salary and car allowance.

- Intensive Care / High Dependency Registered Nurses – (NHS) – Belfast - £30 - £40 an hour.

- Covid-19 Tester - Belfast -£10-£12 per hour.

- Industrial Cleaner - specialising in cleaning of areas where Covid-19 has been detected - Londonderry - £9 per hour.

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