Family Service Advisor – Kansas City, MO
Are you ambitious, outgoing and involved in your community? Do you enjoy helping people? If you’ve answered “yes” to these questions, we’ll hope you consider a career with Terrace Park Funeral Home and Cemetery. We are seeking a Family Service Advisor in the Kansas City area to join our new sales team to educate and assist families through the process of planning and funding their cemetery and funeral arrangements. Responsibilities include cultivating relationships to advance the sales of future cemetery and funeral home products and services, administer sales processes such as lead generation, appointment setting, strong presentation skills, public speaking and closing sales as well as helping families in “at need” situations. Being bilingual is a huge plus! This position has unlimited high earning potential based on sales achieved. Training is provided; schedule may include evenings & weekends. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and pass a background check. Must have or be willing to obtain life insurance license.
Job Type: Full-time
- Sales: 1 year
- High school diploma or equivalent
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