New home health check service is on the hunt for talent

15 September, 2017

In November 2017, The House Doctor Group goes to market with an innovative indoor air quality check-up service, to provide homeowners with the knowledge and power to improve their family’s health and wellbeing.

Striving for Airtopia – an ideal state of air purity – this fledgling business aims to heighten awareness of the toxins in homes and, in turn, reduce illnesses related to poor living standards such as asthma and long-term immunodeficiency disorders.

Those with an interest in the sciences and health, and with excellent customer service skills, are invited to apply to become an airtopia analyst and perform home tests for customers in various launch locations. All applicants will be background checked and interviewed as part of a vigorous vetting process.

The organisation will provide full training and all equipment to analyst recruits. The analyst role is aimed at those studying, working part-time, retired or self-employed, or simply as a way to supplement income and take on an important community role.

Analysts will benefit from a flexible role to fit around their own lifestyle and needs, and will visit customer properties in either morning, afternoon or early evening sessions. They will be responsible for setting up test equipment, interviewing the home owners and collating data prior to submitting their findings to The House Doctors laboratories.

Keen to build a local business model, the founder of The House Doctors Group, David Evans MBE, is excited to launch this regional search for analysts:

‘We are delighted to be rolling out our airtopia home health check service in specific areas of the UK. Greater London, Manchester and Birmingham area interesting locations in indoor air quality terms, with a huge spike in asthma sufferers in certain areas. We are looking for home grown talent in order to start performing tests and support the local economy – in an effort to reach a state of Airtopia in all our home environments and improve health and wellbeing across the board.’


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