Funeral Director Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Funeral Director resumes for your reference.

Funeral Director

  • Oversee cremation process; this includes securing permits, placing deceased persons in appropriate container, and transport to crematory.
  • Responsible for commonly used funeral home café software memorial/register books.
  • Responsible for scanning and cropping photos, funeral programs including uploading service information online.

Funeral Director

  • Offer counseling and comfort to bereaved family members and friends.
  • Utilize pre-need arrangement program for funeral services which guarantees specific prices and secures clients’ trust in the business. Schedule funeral services coordinate burials and arrange cremations.
  • Consult with the families of the deceased regarding final arrangements in a tactful manner.

Funeral Director

  • Worked with my Location Manager to implement measures to increase revenue and customer service procedures.
  • Worked with Family Service counselors with pre-arrangement to insure when families returned their expectations were met or exceeded.
  • Created catering menus with providers to ensure each family had an option they could afford at each price point.

Funeral Director

  • Experience with working under stressful conditions and being flexible and adaptable to change.
  • Met with families to assure that their needs were met in a timely manner and their loved one was taken care of appropriately.
  • Collected and input demographic data into various software systems.

Funeral Director

  • Meet with Family that has lost a loved one, coordinate everything involved for funeral as in talking with person to officiate it, cemetery, contacting digging service etc.
  • Sales of pre needs to families that want to pre pay for their funerals like insurance.
  • Monument sales, Cemetery plot sales, account receivables/payables, excel, word and fax.

Funeral Director

  • Perform the duties of funeral directors, including coordinating funeral activities.
  • Assist placing caskets in hearses and organize cemetery processions.
  • Serve as pallbearers, attend visiting rooms, and provide other assistance to the bereaved.
  • Conduct interviews to arrange for the preparation of obituary notice, to assist with the selection of caskets, urns, and to determine the location and time of burials or cremations.

Funeral Director

  • Awarded the best audit scores in the East Texas Region based on regulatory compliance regulated by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission).
  • In the top five percent in sales in the East Texas Region on funeral merchandise and products.
  • Selected as the designated sales force trainer for poor performing Funeral Directors.

Funeral Director

  • Coordinate with the cemeteries and be informed about the opening and closing of graves.
  • Arrange for transportation of the family members and clergy members for conducting required services.
  • Greet clients at services and guide them with the proceedings of the service.

Funeral Director

  • Discussed the nature of the funeral service, the disposition of the remains and funeral costs with family members.
  • Communicated with insurance companies to secure death benefits for the families of the deceased.
  • Discussed pre-arranged funeral options and explained pricing to clients.
  • Displayed the highest level of professionalism and sensitivity when dealing with grieving family members.

Funeral Director

  • Managed scheduling, reports, inventory, and maintained clientele book and records.
  • Coordinated and oversaw funeral service requests, burials, and cremations.
  • Consulted with government and insurance agencies, newspapers, and fraternal and veteran organizations.

Funeral Director

  • Consulted with the families of the deceased regarding the final arrangements of the deceased, the nature of the funeral service, the disposition of the remains, funeral costs and prepared obituaries.
  • Answered death calls and arranged for the transfer of the deceased from the place of death to the funeral home.
  • Assisted families in working with Insurance companies to receive death benefits.
  • Prepared legal documents and death certificates, as well as discussed and negotiated pre-arranged funerals with clients.

Funeral Director

  • Implemented a V.A. Service Program to assist the families of deceased Veterans.
  • Helped implement a grief library to facilitate the grieving process for our families.
  • Educated Hospice employees on the process of funeral operations.

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