Managing Partner – Oliver Funeral Home

June 28, 2016
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We are looking for a Managing Partner to join our team!

The Managing Partner will oversee the operations of the individual business through effective leadership, selection and development of talent, ensuring the business meets or exceeds Standards, and ensuring that every client family is presented every option and that their experience with the business is of the highest quality, most professional and ethical service possible.

There are two main components for the successful candidate—leadership and management.

Leadership: Leads funeral operations in growing market share by building strong relationships with the community including (but not limited to) community businesses and leaders. Leads funeral operations in providing the very best personal service to our client families. Leads cemetery maintenance operations in maintaining the beauty and attractiveness of our first rate cemetery properties. Leads staff by providing coaching, mentoring and development opportunities including the setting and achievement of their goals. Leads and owns supplier and vendor relationships.

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Management: Manages the financial achievements of our highly profitable and growing businesses through analyzing the revenues and expenses via the profit and loss statements for our firm that does not utilize budgets. Understands and embraces the idea of the selection, development, and coaching talent will lead to business growth opportunities. Manage, monitor, and understand compliance of federal, provincial, and local laws and regulations for operation of funeral homes, cemeteries, and crematory operations. Develop and implement marketing plans to expand exposure of the location in the community. Ensures that all business operations permits are current and applied for in a timely manner. Manages and prepares capital requests and expenditures. Inspects all facilities, grounds, and locations to ensure all are maintained to standards. Other managerial duties as assigned.

Requirements: Willingness to learn. Self-starter and problem resolution skills with minimal supervision. Current funeral director / Embalmer licenses Minimum of 5 years of management experience. Must understand how to analyze financial reports to determine actions necessary to maintain and/or improve our businesses’ performance. Ability to drive and learn a new market and grow our businesses. Willingness to explore additional prospecting channels. Bilingual a plus. Detail-oriented and ability to work in a team setting. Demonstrates Energy, Energizes others, Edge and ability to Execute consistently.

Please apply by sending your resume to [email protected]

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