Assisting business and facilitate trade whilst providing the necessary infrastructure to encourage the securing, utilization and respect of intellectual property rights
As a Funeral Attendant you are accountable for those elements of making a center for a funeral. This comprises cleaning the funeral home, setting up seats, and also putting photos or maybe additional decoration as requested by the grieving family members.
Informing customers on needful information
Direct Contact with customers
Changing tables if needed
Oversee cleanliness of equipment
Meeting with clients to explain services, and to make funeral, cremation and interment arrangements.
Providing clients with pricing information and preparing contracts.
Arranging transport of deceased people to a funeral home.
Obtaining documents and permits related to embalming and funerals from various sources.
Referring clients to reputable grief counselors.
Ensuring cleanliness of equipment and preparation room.
Embalming, dressing, cosmetically enhancing and casketing deceased people.
Arranging flowers, religious leaders and pallbearers for a funeral.
Providing wake, graveside, funeral and interment services.
Driving hearse as needed.
Associate’s degree in mortuary science or even embalming.
Legitimate state licensure as Funeral Embalmer and Director.
No less than two years work experience as Mortician.
Valid driver’s license.
Proficient knowledge of different religions, customs and cultures.
Great communication and social abilities.
Great organizational abilities.
Ability to concentrate for extended periods.
Dexterous and strong physicality.
It's always a good idea to include the benefits of the job the company will provide such as:
Flexible hours to give you freedom and increase productivity