While the CDC has assured us that we don't need to worry about Ebola here in the United States, at the same time, it seems that the government is quietly hiring people to screen for the disease at an American airport. It's certainly not impossible that Ebola could spread to the United States. After all, the World Health Organization did declare the DRC Ebola outbreak an international emergency.
Although they are no longer taking applications, three weeks ago Caduceus Healthcare posted the following ad seeking "entry-level" employees for Dulles International Airport, just outside of Washington, DC.
To screen passengers that have traveled back from Ebola affected nations. This will include checking vital signs, temperature and having passengers fill out questionnaires. This will include tracking and reporting all recovered results.
Have a current and unrestricted EMT License
Must be a US citizen or Green Card holder
Here's a screenshot of the advertisement just in case it gets memory-holed, because we all know how that goes.