Revolutionizing the funeral industry means blazing new trails, creating new ideas, developing strong relationships, preserving legacies, and compassionately caring for Families. With over 70 locations across the country, Foundation Partners Group is continuing to expand their reach, but we only do this with exceptional team members ready to embrace the future of the funeral industry.
Foundation Partners Group (FPG) is continuing to expand their reach, but we only do this with exceptional Partners and Team Members ready to embrace the future of the funeral industry.
Our Team Members are vital to the health of our funeral homes, and we value the insight, ideas, and passion they bring every day to compassionately care for our Families. FPG is transforming the funeral industry one life, one family, and one community at a time. Join with us as we revolutionize the funeral industry across the nation.
We currently have an opening for a LicensedFuneral Director/Embalmer at Summers Funeral Home in Boise, ID. Interacting directly with our Families, the Funeral Director is responsible for building the relationship and delivering the service and experience that captures, acknowledges and shares the life purpose of their loved one. This includes making all arrangements, handling all aspects of the service and ensuring that each Family experiences flawless experience. Every team member is expected to support our commitment to a values-based culture by demonstrating the utmost professionalism and ethical behavior.
Overview & Responsibilities:
Meets with client families to listen and arrange personalized funeral services
Ensures proper paperwork, including permits and certificates are timely and in accordance with relevant laws and regulations
Conducts and attends funeral services regularly
Understands and implements Company provided training to ensure every client family is presented with all service and merchandise options
Works on-call/first call, in rotation with Manager
Utilizes systems to provide every family every choice every time
Directs all team members participating in services, ensuring that each member of the team understands their individual role and is professionally representing the location
Embalms, dresses, cosmetizes, caskets and prepares deceased as needed
Contributes to the overall efficiency of the location by maintaining open and effective communication and maintaining accurate and timely client files
Acts to improve market share through participation in community events, groups and/or organizations
Other duties as assigned
Requirements & Qualifications:
Licensed Funeral Director
A minimum of 1 year of experience as a Funeral Director
Valid state driver’s license in good standing and acceptable driving record
Position requires some heavy lifting, pushing and pulling
Strong verbal communication skills
Able to communicate effectively with internal, as well as external customers, community leaders, clergy, and grieving client families.
Maintains a positive attitude and working environment
We are looking for a Funeral Director/Embalmer to join our team at Cloverdale Funeral Home located in Boise, Idaho. The Cloverdale name has been synonymous with excellence and compassion for over 70 years, and it is because of our people that we are known as Idaho's most trusted cremation and funeral service provider. Our team works hard to earn that trust by being dedicated to the simple philosophy of taking care of each and every family as we would our own.
Job Description Job Title: Chief Deputy Coroner Department: Blaine County Coroner’s Office Reports To: Blaine County Coroner FLSA Status: Full-Time (32 hrs/wk)/Non-Exempt Pay Grade: 7 Blaine County Coroner’s Office Mission Statement: The mission of the Blaine County Coroner’s Office is to serve the citizens and visitors of Blaine County by conducting thorough medico-legal death investigations with compassion and specialized expertise. General Statement of Duties: Deputy coroners serve as a liaison between law enforcement and the funeral home, focusing on examining the remains of a body in order to determine both how and why a death occurred. Typical duties associated with deputy coroner positions include identification of the body, photographing the crime scene, notification of the next of kin and transportation of the body to the funeral home.
Primary Job Responsibilities: Ability to maintain confidentiality. Provide administrative assistance to the Coroner in management, such as budget planning, disaster planning, and administration of personnel, media communications and records management. Assists with daily office activities. Assists the Coroner in developing and implementing standards, polices and procedures. Manage investigations to determine cause of death and determine manner of death such as homicide, accidental, suicide or natural. Consults with Coroner on deaths involving investigations by law enforcement agencies. May testify at inquests, grand jury hearings, depositions and court trials. Review and approve all investigative forms, death certificates, state and federal forms and reports. Conduct death investigations falling under the jurisdiction of the Coroner’s Office in accordance with State of Idaho Statutes. Secure complete medical and legal information necessary for conducting investigations. Assists relatives of the deceased by providing information concerning circumstances of death.
Transport bodies to funeral home and autopsy facilities. Assists with autopsies as needed. Perform other related duties as required.
Job Specifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the experience, knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job responsibilities. Education and Work Experience: High school diploma or GED. Minimum of two (2) years of any combination of responsible work experience, military service, education, or any other productive activity.
Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as medical reports, accident reports and other professional documents. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before family members, media, law enforcement authorities and the general public.
Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Familiarity with metric measurements.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in widely different circumstances.
Other Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, and Outlook, and the ability to operate other standard office equipment, including telephones, calculators, copiers, FAX machines, etc. is required. Skills in prioritizing multiple tasks and managing a variety of information; establish and maintain effective working relations with co-workers, and representatives from other local, state and Federal agencies; effectively deal with irate or unhappy citizens. Ability to work both independently and cooperatively in a collaborative atmosphere.
Ability to exercise independent problem solving with initiative and selfmotivation. Ability to maintain confidentiality of department information and records. Ability to work under own initiative and utilize independent judgment. Ability to work effectively with employees, department director, elected officials, vendors and the general public. Must possess a valid Idaho Driver’s License.
Essential Physical Abilities: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and talk, or hear. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 250 pounds without assistance or up to 400 pounds with assistance on level surface, up or down stairs, or over rough ground. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, correct color perception and adequate peripheral vision.
Working Environment The work environment characteristic described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the primary functions of this job. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently exposed to varying indoor ambient conditions and weather extremes while on the scene of a death. The employee is also exposed to toxic or caustic substances, bio-hazards, moving mechanical equipment, road traffic, x-rays and high, precarious places. Noise levels from quiet to loud may occur as well. The employee may be subject to extended periods without sleep while on rotational call. The employee will be exposed to violent and dysfunctional environments. The employee may work around people under duress and may be subject to verbal and physical confrontations.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Blaine County is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. This job description indicates, in general, the nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, abilities and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act)
expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required. Employee may be asked to perform other duties as required.
Applications accepted through Thursday, April 13, 2017, close of business.
We are currently looking for a licensed funeral director or mortician to staff at one of our two family owned and operated funeral homes in Lewiston, Idaho. If interested, please contact Jason Harwick at -
Jason Malcom Harwick Malcom's Brower-Wann Funeral Home
The Yates family is seeking a full-time Idaho licensed mortician (or a license that can reciprocate with Idaho) who is interested in a career with our family owned funeral homes and crematory located in Coeur d’Alene and Hayden Lake, Idaho. We are looking for someone who works well with others and has a compassionate work ethic for funeral service. Benefits: Competitive salary, health insurance, paid vacation, and employment security in a third generation firm located in beautiful North Idaho. Please call Eli Yates at (208) 664-3151 and email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information visit www.yatesfuneralhomes.com
Idaho Funeral Home doing 230-250 call per year seeks entry level Funeral Director/Embalmer or Apprentice serious about serving families and learning the business.
Offers alternating first call and embalming schedule, alternating weekends on call. Will learn and be involved in all aspects of funeral service, from arranging and working services, removals, embalmings, pre-arrangement sales, crematory operations and one on one client based support.
Must have well-groomed appearance, pass driving and background check and be willing to commit to the dedicated life of funeral service. This is no 9 – 5 position. Family owned and operated funeral home, with the highest volume in our community. We are dedicated to serving our families with the same commitment that we would like to be served.