Our Mission: Care. Comfort. Plan.
Are you ready for a job that offers purpose, advancement, and competitive pay? If you have polished communication skills, innate compassion for others, and integrity then we are calling you to Restland Funeral Home in Dallas where we have the best culture in our profession and want YOU to be a part of it!
Restland Funeral Home and Cemetary is in Dallas County between Dallas and Richardson, Texas. Established in 1925, Restland is the eternal home for icons and notables like music legend Ray Price and Tex Schramm, President of the Dallas Cowboys, also known as “America’s Team”. The Dallas metroplex offers some of the country’s finest schools, great housing, and endless entertainment and restaurants. Texas has no state income tax which leaves more money in your pocket to live big, Texas style!
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Our Funeral Directors are responsible for providing a source of support, guidance, and direction to client families before, during, and after the loss of a loved one. We provide our Funeral Directors with strong local, regional, and home-office support so that they focus on what matters: serving our client families. We have made a PACT to work with Passion. Accountability. Courage. and Transparency. Will you join us?
- A licensed Funeral Director in Texas or other state reciprocal license
To be considered for this opportunity, click the Apply Now link on this page, or for a confidential conversation about this opportunity, contact Deric Walker, General Manager, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (682) 337-0250. We can’t wait to speak with you about the incredible reasons why you’ll love it here!
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We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.