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Managing Funeral Director - Cheyenne, WY

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111-Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes - Cheyenne, WY
$80,000.00 - $105,000.00 Salary/year


Are you ready to elevate your career or looking for a change?  We have the perfect position for you in the heart of Cheyenne, Wyoming as a Managing Funeral Director of Wiederspahn Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes.  This is a unique opportunity to lead a dedicated staff, providing comfort and exceptional service to families during their most difficult times.


As the Managing Funeral Director, your role extends beyond overseeing the daily operations of our funeral home; you are the cornerstone of delivering unparalleled service while cohesively working with Cheyenne Memorial Gardens, our stand alone cemetery. You will be actively involved in leading and mentoring your team, ensuring that every service is a testament to dignity, respect, and meticulous attention to detail. Your hands-on approach will inspire excellence and foster a culture of compassionate service. Tailored responsibilities will be delegated by our home office and division leaders, guaranteeing that you receive the comprehensive backing and guidance necessary for your outstanding performance.



We offer a supportive work environment, opportunities for professional development, and the chance to be part of a team that values integrity and growth. If you have a heart for service and the leadership skills to manage our operations, we would love to hear from you.  To review the job description, please click here and apply today! 



Educational, Licensure and Skill Requirements

•    A two-year college degree or completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or job specific skills acquired through on-the-job training or apprenticeship program.  
•    Valid Funeral Directors’ License in the location jurisdiction or the ability to reciprocate license.
•    A minimum of five years of similar or related experience.
•    Must be able to effectively communicate with all levels including management, associates, home office and families.
•    Passing of both sections of the National Board Exam (NBE) as per state requirements.
•    Possess a valid Drivers’ License and meet the driving performance standards as determined by management.  MVR’s may be reviewed annually for compliance, and any conviction or at-fault accidents should be immediately reported to management.

Essential Physical Abilities

•    Ability to tolerate exposure to hazardous substances subject to government requirements; occasional lifting, pushing and pulling, with assistance, of objects up to approximately 600 pounds; manual dexterity required for clerical tasks; occasional stooping, bending, pushing, pulling and carrying objects weighing up to approximately 30 pounds for short distances.  
•    Ability to travel by standard methods of transportation.  
•    Proficient communication skills with both management and employees.