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Community Service Representative

Community Service Representatives are responsible for the marketing of Home Instead services. The role brings the freedom to network out in the local community to build positive relationships with people who regularly come into contact with the elderly and who may find our services beneficial.   These could be local health or social service professionals, local business owners or community groups. 

Community Service Representatives organise and attend events in the community, sharing information about our services and advice about ageing.  The purpose of the role is to generate awareness of Home Instead’s services, ethos and brand. 


This role suits outgoing friendly people who thrive on variety, enjoy meeting new people and building strong business relationships.

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