Embalmer – Torrance, California

June 9, 2016
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Family-owned mortuary in the heart of the South Bay of Los Angeles County seeks experienced, California-licensed Embalmer. White & Day, Inc. offers our clients comfort, professionalism, and an opportunity to create innovative and meaningful services, ceremonies, and celebrations. Learn more about us at www.lafuneral.com.

Job Description:

Lead:

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  • Exemplify Company Values, Promote Positive Morale
  • Oversee Quality Control of Decedent Care
  • Adhere to Budgetary Guidelines

Day to Day Operations in Care Center:

Decedent Care, serving approximately 1500 clients annually

  • Properly conduct decedent transfer to mortuary, crematory
  • Assess decedent regarding possibility of coroner involvement, reporting contagious diseases, removal of pacemakers, etc.
  • Able to work with clients with family washings, dressings, etc.
  • Able to ready non-embalmed decedents
  • Able to embalm decedents, repair as necessary
  • Able to independently dress and apply cosmetics to decedents
  • Able to dye and/or style all hair types
  • Exhibit proper casketing technique
  • Maintain privacy and security of decedents
  • Adhere to all requirements involving protective equipment, safety procedures
  • Maintain sanitary conditions of all preparation areas and equipment
  • Properly dispose of waste materials
  • Oversee labeled shared storage facilities
  • Complete and maintain proper documentation

Requirements:

  • Valid California Embalmer License
  • Valid Driver’s License with clean driving record per DMV report
  • Minimum 5 years industry experience and/or 1,000 completed embalmings
  • Ability to accurately use computer software including industry specific programs, Excel spreadsheets, Outlook

To apply to join our team, please send your cover letter and resume to mkirk@lafuneral.com with “Embalmer” in the subject line.

White & Day Mortuaries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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