The meteoric spread of the Omicron variant blew up clearance requests at Qualinet, which on Friday announced the creation of 938 new jobs across the county.
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As Christmas approaches, Qualinet President and CEO Eric Bichet said in a press release that his group faces an unprecedented challenge as the new type of COVID-19 spreads. The company, which specializes in disinfecting and sterilizing buildings, is receiving a standard request to intervene in facilities deemed essential.
“If you are free on vacation, even in 2022, and are wondering how Quebec can help fight the coronavirus, contact Qualinet. In our nearly 30-year history, our group has never encountered such demand,” Mr. Pechet said, adding It needs a workforce that specializes in disinfection to protect people at risk.” Qualinet needs you. “We will train you,” he said.
Qualinet was involved in the past, during the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and influenza A (H1N1) epidemics in 2003 and 2009. At the time, the company was responsible for disinfecting hospitals, health care service centers and medical clinics.
Interested applicants should send their profile via email to the following address: [email protected] Selected candidates will receive training related to their assignments.
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