Prearrangement Counselor – Alexandria, VA
There is a great opportunity with a large funeral home in Alexandria, Va. area for a prearrangement counselor.
We are looking for a motivated, self-driven funeral professional that is interested in taking the next step in their career.
Earn between $60,000 – $75,000 in compensation.
As a prearrangement funeral counselor you can feel good about helping families. There is no working weekends or working those 60 – 70 hour work weeks. The right sales professional would be someone who is caring and willing to work with seniors prearranging funerals. The position does offer qualified year round on-going Direct Mail responses to help you acquire business. Sales and/or funeral experience preferred, but not required because we are willing to train the right professional. There is only one position available, so please act quickly.
- Benefits furnished
- Life Insurance license required
- VA Funeral Directors license required
- Transportation required
Call Dennis today at ( 804 ) 615 – 3449
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