Funeral Director – Lynchburg, VA
We are currently seeking a licensed Funeral Director of the highest integrity in Lynchburg, VA.
This is an entry level management opportunity for someone who is looking for their next career move with an excellent balance of personal and professional growth serving a well-established 75 year old funeral home with outstanding heritage. The ideal candidate will grow their career to new heights with leadership development of our best practices, policies, and principles. You will interact directly with client families during their time of need and will be responsible for creating and maintaining a premier level of client family satisfaction.
Our Funeral Directors are looking for more than a career – a calling. The chance to make a real difference helping families during difficult times through compassion, understanding and the utmost in service.
- Must have appropriate state funeral licensure (or ability to reciprocate license from another state)
- Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook
- Excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills
Our mission is to go above and beyond what conventional Funeral Service providers offer—to create wonderful, memorable events that celebrate a person’s life and help healing begin. We do it through the finest training in the industry, a dedication to continuous career development, and a family culture of teamwork and support that brings out the best in all of us.
FOR CONSIDERATION, APPLY TO:
- Competitive compensation package and advancement opportunities
- Health benefits (medical, dental, vision, life)
- 401K Retirement Savings Plan with generous company match
- Vacation and sick time
- Tuition reimbursement
- Funeral discounts, and more
Who we are. What we do.
We’re more than North America’s largest provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services. We are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters who are devoted to the communities where we live and work. We are more than 20,000 dedicated individuals who provide caring assistance to families in need, honor veterans and public servants and deliver lifesaving programs to help keep children and seniors safe. We operate under the umbrella of the Dignity Memorial network of 1,800 funeral homes and cemeteries. Dignity Memorial providers care for more than 300,000 families each year and understand the importance of thoughtful, personalized arrangements. We believe creating meaningful ways to pay tribute to a loved one begins with compassion and is shaped by the understanding that each life is truly unique. For us, there is no greater responsibility than honoring and preserving the story of one’s life.
SCI offers advanced training resources, career advancement opportunities in the largest organization in the industry, attractive benefits, and a wonderful community to serve with plenty of culture and personality.
Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
* Your employment would be with an affiliate location of SCI.
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