People are being recruited to administer the coronavirus vaccine in Coventry and Warwickshire.
And “extensive planning” is underway as the region prepares for a huge undertaking in the next and decisive step in the battle against coronavirus.
Job adverts have been released with health chiefs seeking people to deliver the vaccine as it is rolled out.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust (CWPT) have posted job listings for a Covid vaccine immuniser.
The role is a sixth month, fixed term secondment opportunity and the person chosen will be responsible for clinical assessment, dilution and drawing up of the vaccine from multi-dose vials, as well as additional clinical support.
Stay on top of the impact of Covid-19 on Coventry and Warwickshire through our daily email newsletter.
For a free daily bulletin direct to your inbox, sign up to our email newsletter here.
The emails come out twice a day, at lunchtime and in the evening, with the latest news, what’s on and sport from across the county.
CoventryLive asked the trust when the vaccine will start to be rolled out in Coventry and Warwickshire.
A spokesman replied: “We do not yet have a vaccine or know exactly how the potential vaccines will need to be stored and distributed, so extensive planning is underway for a number of different scenarios locally as we await final decisions by regulators at the MHRA and the JVCI.
“As a result, we’re not yet in a position to confirm plans but when the time comes the NHS will be ready to deliver vaccinations in every community.”