Embalmer/Funeral Director – Prospect, CT
We are a family owned funeral home that is growing. We are currently seeking a licensed Embalmer/Funeral Director to join our team. Experience is preferred but not necessary. We serve families of diverse faiths and ethnic backgrounds. We are located right outside of Waterbury. The right candidate must be willing to learn and grow with this position.
- Valid Embalmer/Funeral Director License in the State of Connecticut
- Valid driver’s license in good standing and good driving record
- Computer knowledge a must including MS Office products
- Excellent communication skills a must.
- Flexibility with work schedule is of utmost importance
- High level of compassion and integrity
- Ability to multi task and set priorities
- Detail oriented
Excellent opportunity for the right person.
Send resume to:
Prospect Memorial Funeral Home
72 Waterbury Road
Prospect, CT 06712
or call 203-758-6008
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