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Funeral Home For Sale
JOB DESCRIPTION• Arrange and co-ordinate services with families• Pre-arrangements• Embalming and Transfers as required• Computer skills and general light maintenance REQUIREMENTS• Licence in good standing • Self Motivated and be able to work individually or as part of a team• Valid driver’s licence with clean abstract• Good organizational and communication skills• Ability to multitask and be an effective problem solver COMPENSATION• Salary to be based on experience• We offer Health Spending Account• RRSP Match• Clothing Allowance• OFSA Membership Fee• BAO Licence Fee• 40 Hour week with on call hours
This is a full time position, however part time position would also be considered. If interested in the position please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.orgWe thank all applicants for their interest
Job DescriptionDuties and Responsibilities:• Arranges, coordinates and directs funeral ceremonies• Meets and surpasses the needs and expectations of the families we serve• Maintains active involvement within the community and is committed to building and establishing effective relationships and rapport with families Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required for this role:• Must possess a Class 1 Funeral Directors License• A valid Ontario driver’s license is required for this position• 2-5 years’ experience as a Licensed Funeral Director• Must comply with all funeral service regulations and laws• Proficient using MS Office (Word, Excel) and other funeral service-related software• Displays proven arrangement, directing and embalming skills• Self-motivated with the ability to work effectively independently or as part of a team• Excellent attention to detail and consistently high level of accuracy• Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills• Demonstrates strong customer service skills with the ability to partner will all levels of the organization• Knowledge of Funeral Home procedures and business practices• Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com We would like to thank everyone for their interest but only those applicants whose background and experience match the requirements of this position will be contacted. No phone calls please. Job Type: Full-timeSalary: Salary is commensurate with experience.
We are looking for a full time Class 1 licensed funeral director in the beautiful town of Mount Forest, ON.
The successful candidate must possess the following:• A Funeral Director Class 1 license in good standing.• Be self motivated, with the ability to work independently, or as part of a dynamic team. • Must posses a high level of accuracy in all aspects of work with attention to all details. • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills in verbal and written communication.• Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.• Posses a valid driver’s license with a clean abstract.• Licensed 2-3 years ideal, but will consider all applicants.• Be able to lift and carry as required.• Above all, have a genuine desire to care for, and offer the highest level of service in all areas to the families we serve. The successful candidate will be responsible to:• Arrange, coordinate and direct at need funeral services.• Prearrange funerals, both at the funeral home and at residences.• Regular vehicle and building upkeep.• Embalm, as required. • Complete transfers.• Scheduled on-call, with the expectation of completing transfers while working and/or on-call. • Be proficient with Microsoft word, excel and some social media platforms. • Represent the funeral home in a professional manner both while working and during their off time. • Perform other duties as required to fulfil the role of funeral staff.
The successful candidate will receive: • Scheduled 80 hours per two-week period, with four on-call shifts. Option to have input in scheduling.• Competitive salary - $40,000 - $50,000• Health spending account after probationary period. • The opportunity to work in a positive environment, for great families. Please forward your cover letter and resume to:The England Funeral Home:firstname.lastname@example.org
Ajax Crematorium & Visitation Centre is a fast-paced funeral home that serves a diverse clientele. Candidates who are willing to learn and adapt to the culture and traditions will excel. Duties • Making funeral arrangements with families, leading and assisting with funeral services, embalming, conducting transfers of the deceased from the place of death, assisting with the dressing and casketing of the deceased, preparing for funeral services, and other related funeral home activities. 3-5 days a week.
Qualifications • Valid Funeral Director’s Licence - Class 1 License • Funeral directing and arranging experience • Embalming experience • Able to provide funeral services to various faiths and cultures • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills • Professional demeanor • A keen eye for detail and ability to multi-task • A valid Ontario Class “G” driver’s license and clean driving record • Aftercare and/or bereavement training would be considered an asset
Experience • Funeral Director: 2 year (Preferred)
Schedule/ Availability • Every other weekend • 80+ Hours per week 2-week schedule.• Candidates must be flexible with their availability
Employment type • Full-time • Part-time Salary: $55,000.00-$67,500.00 per year- starting salary is based on your current ability to make arrangements and lead service. Candidates are available to a higher rate once they learn to do these tasks within our company.
To ApplyPlease apply by submitting your resume to email@example.comWe thank all interested candidates in advance; however, only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.
Little Lake Cemetery Company / Mill Valley Funeral Centre located in Millbrook, Ontario has an immediate opening for a Location Manager. This person must be a licensed Funeral Director (Class I) with 3 + years experience. In consultation with senior management, this person will manage day to day operations of this location. Millbrook is a small, rapidly growing community located just 45 minutes east of the greater Toronto area.
This team player must have excellent customer service skills, a strong work ethic and maintain a high level of professionalism and be able to work independently. As part of Little Lake’s team approach, this position will also support other chapels when needed. Candidates must also possess strong communication skills and be proficient in basic computer skills. In addition to a funeral director’s duties, this outgoing individual will focus on building relationships and networking within the community. Adapting to the ever-changing marketplace and the trends within the funeral profession is vital to success in this position.
Little Lake Cemetery Co. offers a competitive salary and exceptional benefit package with a company matched pension program. If you are looking for a new opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Lake Cemetery Company is a not-for-profit company based in Peterborough, Ontario, administering Highland Park Funeral Centre, Trent Cremation Services, two large cemeteries and a crematorium and Lakeland Funeral Centre in Lindsay, ON. It is committed to being a progressive leader in the bereavement sector by offering the most comprehensive range of services to the families we serve and the communities we impact.
We thank all applicants in advance and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Full job details will be outlined in the offer of employment to the successful candidate. Little Lake Cemetery Company 2510 Bensfort Road, Peterborough ON K9J 1C5
Vescio Funeral Homes is currently hiring Class 1 and Class 2 Funeral Directors of all experience levels. Our family run funeral home is proud to support hard working funeral directors with salaries well above the industry average. We also provide extensive training in making funeral arrangements, directing funerals, and providing the very best customer service while implementing new creative ideas. We are proud to provide to our staff:• A salary above industry standards• A schedule that promotes a healthy lifestyle (Only one in three weekends)• Monthly allowances for cell phone use and dry cleaning• Monthly Gas Card Bonus• Paid lieu days• Custom tailored company uniform• Medical and Dental Benefits• Opportunities to advance your career within the company If you are an honest, hard working funeral director who has a passion for serving, please forward your resume to Lui Vescio Jr. at email@example.com or simply call our office at 905-850-3332.
Tubman Funeral Homes, Ottawa, owned by Parklawn Corporation is currently looking for a full-time funeral director, Class 1 or Class 2. All levels of experience considered. Bilingual is an asset but not required.
Successful candidates will be required to:- Arrange, coordinate and direct funeral ceremonies- Manage multiple tasks and work independently as well as part of a team- Have excellent communication skills both written and verbal- Have professional appearance and demeanor- Have a valid “G” driver’s license and a clean driver’s abstract- Have excellent attention to detail- Work competently on a computer with multiple different programs- Demonstrate a strong commitment to customer service
What we offer:- Team/family oriented environment- A structured bonus program- Potential for advancement and growth- Comprehensive, ongoing training programs- Paid funeral clothing and dry cleaning- Yearly funeral license renewal and fees- A schedule that allows a healthy work/life balance- Health, Dental and Life Insurance Benefits plan- Retirement Pension Plan available after a waiting period- Trades rates paid for services beyond regularly scheduled hours
Reply in confidence to Teri Bodaemployment@tubmanfuneralhomes.com
(April 29, 2022)
The origins of Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Services – Archdiocese of Toronto (CCFS) date back to 1822 when the first Catholic cemetery was established in Toronto. CCFS is a non-profit, religious organization and continues to fulfill our mission of carrying out the sacred functions related to funeral services and burial, and the preservation of these resting places as symbols of the Catholic faith. Geographically dispersed across the Archdiocese are seven fully active cemetery locations including ten mausoleums, two (and one under construction) funeral homes, and one crematorium (and one being planned). We are a leader in the bereavement profession and we are proud of the work we do in service of our bereaved families. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you is firmly entrenched in our DNA.
Due to a promotion from within, CCFS is presently looking for a full-time Director, Operations to join our management team at our corporate office in Toronto. This is an exciting and rare opportunity to join our organization at a senior level. This position is an integral part of our leadership team and member of our Executive Committee (EC). Expected to work collaboratively with our management team to provide strategies and implement tactics to ensure that CCFS continues to deliver exceptional experiences and compassionate service to our families, all while ensuring efficiency, safety, and control of our expenses.
The Position:Reporting directly to the President & CEO, this position is primarily responsible for the following: • Develop operational strategies and tactics that assist CCFS in both ongoing and future success. • Create and monitor CCFS’ operating and expense budgets, course correcting as required.• Participate and contribute to EC meetings. Assist in the regular monitoring of corporate performance while ensuring concerns are addressed and resolved. • Provide leadership, coaching and assistance to our cemetery and funeral home Managers to ensure that CCFS operates efficiently, upholds operating policies and expense budgets, while exceeding the company’s goals and objectives. Visit locations on a regular basis to gain insight on the operational needs and customer demands. • Guide our information technology to ensure that CCFS continues to implement solutions that will generate higher efficiency, enhanced customer experiences, and drive a return on investment. • Manage and support the Operations Team to ensure that we are successful in delivering the most robust bereavement services possible at each of our locations. • Continuous monitoring of operations using technology, reports, meetings and dialogue with employees and customers. Work with our team to identify and correct concerns and potential issues.• Monitor employee and visitor safety and maintain regulatory compliance. Manage the process of incident reporting and drive a culture of safety first to ensure all (visitors and employees) return home at the end of the day safe and sound. Develop and implement safety initiatives, training programs and improved communication tools. • Participate as a member of CCFS’ union negotiations team to provide support and assistance while ensuring that the operational needs of the organization are preserved.
The Candidate:The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 7 to 10 years’ experience in the bereavement profession or service-related industry, in progressive leadership roles. Demonstrable success and experience with budgeting, strategic planning, and implementation. The required skill sets include strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to effectively negotiate and resolve conflicts, analytic skills, detail oriented, presentation skills, strong organization, and time management skills as well as the ability to prioritize. The ability to be available evenings and weekends as required and have a flexible schedule is a prerequisite for success. Completion of a bachelor’s degree in Business or related discipline or equivalent job-related experience along with proven business acumen is essential. A valid Ontario G Driver’s License in good standing and a clear Police Clearance Record is required. Not-for profit sector experience is an asset.
We would like to thank all applicants. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), CCFS provides suitable accommodation to individuals with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If contacted by our Human Resources department and you require accommodation, please inform them of the nature of the accommodation that you may require to ensure your equal participation. For further information on this position and our recruitment process, please refer to our website at catholic-cemeteries.com
(April 22, 2022)
Who Are We?Faithful Pet Memorial (FPM) is a newly created division of Midtown Mobile Veterinary HospiceServices (MMVHS), a mobile veterinary practice in the GTA dedicated exclusively to geriatrics,end-of-life care and in-home euthanasia. FPM is the first pet aquamation service in the City ofToronto and was established to provide MMVHS clients with a water-based cremation alternativethat is more environmentally friendly than traditional flame-based cremation. Families can restassured that their beloved pets will remain in our care throughout the entire end-of-life process andwill be treated with the same level of respect and dignity in death as in life. About The RoleWorking alongside our Pet Crematory Operator and Aftercare Coordinator, this full time role willprovide support for the day-to-day operations of FPM. You can anticipate working 4 days during theweek, plus Saturdays. This role will involve many responsibilities including, but not limited to, the following:● Transportation of pets to our aftercare centre● Delivering pets’ urns back to clinics and/or clients● Assist in processing additional memorial items such as pawprints, fur clippings, urnengraving, etc.● Operating the aquamation machine(s) and associated equipment, as a back-up to our PetCrematory Operator as needed● Assist in maintaining the cleanliness/tidiness of the back office area of the facility andassociated items● Maintaining quality control to ensure we meet or exceed the high standard of care that ourclients expect from us● Adhering to all workplace safety policies, compliances and regulations About YouThe ideal candidate will have a true appreciation for the human-animal bond and will seek to honoureach pet who has crossed the rainbow bridge by delivering exceptional aftercare services to thefamilies we help. Success in this role will require the following qualities and abilities: ● Strong communication skills - you are comfortable and confident speaking to clients, even inhighly emotional situations● Self-motivated high achiever - you love a new challenge and can always be counted on to“get the job done” to the highest standards, even in the absence of direct supervision● Attention to detail and highly organized - you take great pride in your work and understandthere is no room for error in this type of business● Team player with a big heart - you are eager to work alongside our highly compassionateveterinarians, hospice care coordinators and aftercare team to deliver exceptional service forthe families and pets we help, providing support in multiple areas of the business● Physical strength - while we will provide you with all the necessary tools and equipment tomake your job easier, you are capable of lifting up to 50 lbs on your own Requirements● High school diploma required, post-secondary education preferred● Proof of valid Ontario “G” class driver’s license, minimum 5 years of driving experience and aclean driving record● Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19● Cell phone with data plan● Strong computer skills, with an ability to learn new programs quickly● Fluent in English (written and oral)● Funeral/aftercare/veterinary care experience an asset, but not required Please send your resume along with a cover letter to tell us why you're excited about this opportunityand what would make you a great fit for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org
(April 12, 2022)
Get to Know Us: Windsor Chapel has been providing outstanding service excellence to our client families since 1904. We focus on cultivating a team mentality in everything we do, obsessing over every detail, and maintaining a high level of personal and professional responsibility. Our success is built upon our ability to adapt to the changing needs of the families we are privileged to serve, our progressive workplace culture, and our truly invaluable team.
Who We’re Looking For: We are looking for an enthusiastic class 1 or 2 licensed funeral director. The ideal candidate will be a passionate, talented, driven, service-oriented person who is self-motivated, possesses excellent communication skills and is passionate about serving clients, families, and the team with excellence. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of the funeral home with a focus on making funeral arrangements and service directing. We are seeking someone who works well within a fast-paced environment, enjoys the rewards of building meaningful and lasting relationships with client families, has an obsession with attention to detail, and has the necessary skills to be a part of an inspired team focused on delivering service excellence to every family, every service, every day.
What we need: We require a willingness to be a part of a team, a Class 1 or 2 Funeral Directors license in good standing, a 'G' license with a clean driving record, working knowledge and comfort with all aspects of funeral service, excellent interpersonal skills, superb communication skills, and a passion for supporting and helping your colleagues as well as the families we serve.
Our Commitment: Windsor Chapel is committed to providing all our team members with an opportunity for personal and professional growth, a focus on work/life balance, and an employee friendly working schedule. We offer a competitive salary, extensive benefits, pension program, professional clothing, and dry-cleaning allowance. Salary will be based on the experience and skills of the successful candidate. Ranging from $55,000-$75,000
If Interested: Please send your resume along with a cover letter explaining why you would be a great addition to our team to Scott Lockwood at slockwood@windsorchapel. com. Please visit us at www.windsorchapel.com to learn more about who we are. We appreciate all the applications we will receive for this position, but we will only be contacting those that are selected for an interview. Job Type: Full-time Required licenses or certifications: • G Class Driver's Licence • Ontario Funeral Director Licence class 1 or 2 Job Type: Full-time
Eastern Ontario Removal Services (EORS) has been serving the National Capital Region as theprimary server to the funeral service needs since 2003. We are currently the largest and longestprivately owned active service in Ottawa. Our modern unmarked fleet boasts five removal vehiclesprofessionally equipped and staffed with knowledgeable, courteous and helpful staff. We are wellrespected and enjoy a very successful working relationship with all funeral professionals, coroners,hospitals and police services in Ottawa and beyond. As a team, this company is committed to thehighest level of service and professionalism that can be attained by its employees. Our closeassociation with many funeral establishments for years have created core values in us that pledgeuncompromised compassion, integrity, respect and dignity. We believe, because of our personalcontact, the impression we leave with family members represents the image and principles of allfuneral establishments. JOB SUMMARYSafely and respectfully transport human remains from the place of death to the designatedfuneral home. Ensuring all provincial and funeral home specific paperwork is completed.Maintain company provided vehicles. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES• Use of company-owned professional vehicles to safely transport human remains.• Courteously and professionally interact with bereaved family members; exhibit sensitivity toenvironment; minimize conversation and interaction with families.• Maintain professionalism when entering funeral homes, facilities and private family residences.• Transports and deliver caskets to airports, care centers, or cemeteries; may assist with movingcaskets.• Courier documents, family mementos, or flowers to and from Funeral Home and family’sresidence.• Wash, vacuum, and clean vehicles ensuring vehicle is presentable.• Fuel vehicles as necessary. Follow safety guidelines. Follow expenditure processes.• Identify vehicle engine or operating issues to management; drive vehicles for repair orinspection when required LICENSES• Current Ontario Full G issued driver’s license with an acceptable driving record EXPERIENCE• At least one (1) year work experience in funeral services as a driver or with direct funeral homeinteraction strongly preferred but not mandatory. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES• Attention to driving hazards, traffic, and weather conditions• Ability to lift up to 100 pounds; push/pull up to 250 pounds• Frequent continuous periods of standing or sitting up to two hours• Ability to work both indoors and outdoors regardless of weather conditions. Ability to workweekends and evenings to accommodate business needs• Ability to effectively self-manage time and resources ensuring work is efficiently completed• Basic computer skills helpful• Significant amount of local travel required For those interested in applying please email your resume toStefanie McLeanGeneral Managerstefanie@eors.email
(March 24, 2022)
Rushnell Family Services: A family-owned and operated business serving South Eastern Ontario for almost 60 years with several Funeral Chapels, Transfer Service, Crematorium, Limousine Services, etc., is seeking Intern Funeral Directors and or Licenced Funeral Directors for full-time employment. Living accommodations are available at various chapel locations. Duties include, but are not limited to: • conducting transfers of the deceased from the place of death, • assisting with the dressing and casketing of the deceased, • preparing for funeral services, deliveries, driving and care of funeral vehicles, assisting with administrative duties, • competent knowledge & computer skills required and all other related funeral home activities. Must be comfortable in all facets covered by an FD-Class 1: arranging, directing, preneed, removals, embalming, etc., interacting with funeral directors, funeral associates, clergy, cemetery staff, etc. A license issued by BAO; valid full & clean class G Driver's License. 40-hour workweek, a combination of days, evenings, alternating weekends, and alternating on-call schedule.
For more information about Rushnell Family Services, please visit www.rushnellfamilyservices.com
Please Contact: Jerrett Rushnell Phone: (613) 968-5588 Email: email@example.com
Only candidates deemed eligible for an interview will be contacted.
Central Ontario Funeral Home For Sale
(March 21, 2022) Brian E. Wood Funeral Home is an independently owned and operated funeral home in Owen Sound, Ontario. We assist approximately 275 families a year, and growing. We are seeking a full-time Class 1 Funeral Director with at least 3 years of experience, who possesses high quality embalming skills to join our team.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be self-motivated, responsible, compassionate, caring, will be able to work alone or with a team, and have excellent time management and organizing skills.
Standard funeral director duties will include arranging and directing funerals, prearranging, transfers, embalming, dressing, casketing and cosmetics. Basic computer skills are important and training is available. The schedule is a two-week rotation, working opposite another funeral director.
A valid Funeral Director’s License to work in Ontario, and a valid driver’s license with a clean abstract is required.
We offer a competitive salary (commensurate with work experience), group benefit package, dry cleaning, clothing allowance, annual license fee, OFSA membership, and a cohesive work environment.
Please submit resumes by email to John McGlynn firstname.lastname@example.org. Also email John with any questions about the position. All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.
(March 8, 2022) An exciting opportunity exists for a Licensed Senior Funeral Director/Embalmer in Saskatoon SKNegotiable moving expenses will be paid.
Overview:The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of funeral services including scheduling of arrangements, services and visitations. Critical to the success of this operation are flawless execution standards combined with a thorough understanding of our clientele. This is a busy location with over 600 calls. • To develop and maintain a positive environment so that employees are motivated to strive for performance excellence and achievement • Make funeral arrangements that exceed families expectations • To provide a premier level of client satisfaction that will satisfy the needs of every client family • To identify, implement and continuously improve the internal business practices that impact customer satisfaction • The key to success in this role is being involved in community organizations and building strategic relationships to grow the business.
Requirements & Qualifications: • Minimum 2 years’ experience as a funeral director/embalmer. • Must hold a valid Funeral Director/Embalmer License or a Funeral Director/Embalmer License from a Saskatchewan approved jurisdiction. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; • Valid driver’s license; • Available to work some evenings & weekends; • Strong computer skills; • A willingness to participate in community organizations; • Superior organizational skills; • Full understanding of all aspects of funeral services and arrangements; • Full commitment to company objectives and policies; • Must be detail oriented and able to meet all deadlines efficiently; • Flexibility and adaptability; • Possess a “team player” attitude and mentality;
Please email your resume to David.Schurr@dignitymemorial.com
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. Only those candidates considered for this opportunity will be contacted for an interview.
(March 8, 2022) An exciting opportunity exists for a Licensed Senior Funeral Director in Weyburn SK Negotiable moving expenses will be paid.
Overview:The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of funeral services including scheduling of arrangements, services and visitations. Critical to the success of this operation are flawless execution standards combined with a thorough understanding of our clientele. • To develop and maintain a positive environment so that employees are motivated to strive for performance excellence and achievement• Make funeral arrangements that exceed families expectations• To provide a premier level of client satisfaction that will satisfy the needs of every client family • To identify, implement and continuously improve the internal business practices that impact customer satisfaction • The key to success in this role is being involved in community organizations and building strategic relationships to grow the business.
Requirements & Qualifications: • Minimum 2 years’ experience as a funeral director. • Must hold a valid Funeral Director License or a Funeral Director License from a Saskatchewan approved jurisdiction. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; • Valid driver’s license; • Available to work some evenings & weekends; • Strong computer skills; • A willingness to participate in community organizations; • Superior organizational skills; • Full understanding of all aspects of funeral services and arrangements; • Full commitment to company objectives and policies; • Must be detail oriented and able to meet all deadlines efficiently; • Flexibility and adaptability; • Possess a “team player” attitude and mentality
Please email your resume to: Tamara.Seghers@Dignitymemorial.com
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. Only those candidates considered for this opportunity will be contacted for an interview.
(March 8, 2022) An exciting opportunity exists for a Licensed Embalmer in Regina, SK
Overview:Performs all embalming activities of the deceased correctly and respectfully.• Cares for deceased in a respectful manner while performing a variety of tasks which include: verifying identification and embalming authorization; performing restorations; completing removals and transfers; dressing, styling hair and or applying cosmetics, and; any other preparation required for human remains• Adheres to all applicable professional, municipal, provincial and federal licensing authority regulations• Assists with maintenance of preparation room and the facility• Cleans soiled equipment and hazardous material spills• Ensures hazardous materials and spills are handled in accordance with the Material Data Safety Sheets• Assists with chemical and supply inventory• Receives caskets and other funeral home supplies• Promotes a safe work environment by being aware of and practicing universal precautions and adopting general principles of safe conduct
Requirements & Qualifications: • Minimum 6 months experience as an embalmer • Holds a valid license for Saskatchewan or another recognized jurisdiction • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; • Valid driver’s license; • Available to work some evenings & weekends; • Strong computer skills; • A willingness to participate in community organizations; • Superior organizational skills; • Full understanding of all aspects of funeral services and arrangements; • Full commitment to company objectives and policies; • Must be detail oriented and able to meet all deadlines efficiently; • Flexibility and adaptability; • Possess a “team player” attitude and mentality;
Please email your resume to email@example.com
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. Only those candidates considered for this opportunity will be contacted for an interview.
Toronto Area Funeral Home For Sale
Tottenham is ideally located between the cities of Toronto and Barrie, and Newmarket and Orangeville, and offers small town community charm, with big city amenities close by.
The successful candidate will be professional, responsible, committed, flexible, self motivated, reliable, compassionate, and caring.
They will possess great communication and interpersonal skills, be proficient in embalming, have the physical ability to do lone transfers and manage the lifting required of the position, posses excellent time management and organizational skills, have proficient computer skills, be able to work alone or with a team, have working knowledge in all areas of funeral service, and have a valid driver’s license and clean abstract.
Salary will be dependent on experience and skills.
Resumes and letters of interest will be kept in confidence and may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to the attention of Scott Abrams, at Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Box 610, Tottenham, ON, L0G 1W0.
We thank all candidates for their interest, only those being considered will be contacted for an interview.