The Washington State Government Secretly Edited a Job Advertisement to Remove the Phrase “Strike Team” From a Description of a Covid Quarantine Camp

The Washington State government has secretly modified a public job posting that sought “strike team consultants” for an isolation and quarantine facility in Centralia, WA (see link below). After the job listing went viral, it was changed to remove the term “strike team” from both the job title and the “duties” section of the job description.

The term “strike team” was included in the initial URL of the job posting, but it was removed and replaced with a new URL that did not include the term. This link will take you to the original URL.

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We’ve included screenshots of the original listing as well.
The Washington administration also removed the term “strike team” from the following job description as part of the covert editing:

Maintaining the isolation and quarantine strike team’s, facilities, and equipment’s readiness.

That duty description originally read: After the job advertisement was changed, that duty description read:

Maintaining the facilities and equipment’s readiness.

The terms “strike team” and “isolation and quarantine” have been deleted from this job description.

That line of the chore description was eventually revised to include remarks about doing laundry and making beds. So they want us to assume that a job posting for “strike teams” actually refers to employees who make beds and wash laundry.

Maintaining the facility and equipment’s preparedness, which includes ensuring that contractors have cleaned the facility properly. Making mattresses, cleaning washing, and refilling supplies may also fall to the staff.

Really? Is this what they want us to believe? (I thought I was joining a badass strike force assault team, but all I’m doing is washing the f##king laundry!)

Below are screenshots of the original job posting:



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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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