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Funeral Director

Overview & Responsibilities SCI is certified as a Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work Institute. In a recent survey, our associates said that their work has special meaning and is not "just a job". We currently have a full time opening for a Funeral Director at Showalter-Blackwell-Long Funeral Home in Liberty, Indiana. This is the opportunity to be part of the Dignity Memorial provider network and grow your career in the funeral, cremation and cemetery services business. For us, there is no greater responsibility than celebrating each life like no other and making a difference in the lives of people we serve. This position interacts directly with client families during their time of need and is responsible for creating and maintaining a premier level of client family satisfaction. Our Funeral Directors are looking for more than a career - it's a calling. Here is the chance to make a real difference helping families during difficult times through compassion, understanding and providing the utmost in service. This is a great opportunity to develop your career, with training and advancement. Requirements & Qualifications Associate's or Bachelor's degreepreferred Must have the appropriate state funeral licensure or the ability to reciprocate license from another state Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to interact with families during time of need and create and maintain a premier level of client family satisfaction Proficient with computers and technology with knowledge of MS Office Tools Ability to manage a caseload while creating an exceptional customer experience Excellent driving skills and record Ability to lift 50 lbs or more 66389
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