Career Opportunities and Job Openings
Have you been thinking about changing jobs or pursuing a new career? Charles Verheyden Funeral Homes, Inc. welcomes inquiries regarding any of the following job opportunities. In every case, we are looking for individuals with a strong desire to serve the community in a uniquely challenging, yet especially rewarding field.
According to the National Funeral Directors Association, funeral home careers are well-suited to someone who is comfortable working with the bereaved, providing thoughtful, sensitive, effective and compassionate intervention during a time of great emotional need. At its most fundamental, the work you will do with us enables individuals, families and communities to express their concern for life and the living.
- Are you a caregiver who wants to serve your community?
- Do you believe in ceremony as a tool to assist individuals in dealing with grief and repair the “tear” in the social fabric brought about by the passing of a member of the community?
- Are you tolerant of cultural and religious diversity?
- Are you sensitive to the needs of others?
Career opportunities in this profession are suited for team-oriented individuals who are patient and attentive, communicate clearly, possess time management skills’ and not only have a goal-oriented focus, but also a calming presence and the ability to handle the unexpected.
As is common, experience is always preferred. However, we train for success. Current job openings are listed below. If any of the positions listed interest you, please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected], or mail them to us at the address below:
Our mission is to remain focused and committed to the legacy of exemplary service left to us by our founder, Charles Verheyden. Today, we strive to invigorate and modernize this legacy by listening closely to those in need of our services, and responding with a wide choice of service options; all the while offering them our valuable personal insights and professional guidance. Our duties are to continue to expand our service options, educate individuals and families on the critical, often complex issues in end-of-life planning; and fully embrace the cultural, social and familial death-related traditions of the individuals we serve.