When you create an employer account on FuneralVision.com’s Jobs Engine, not only will you be able to post your first job FOR FREE — but you will also be able to view candidates who have set up their profile and are looking for a new opportunity .

“My main purpose with the Jobs Engine is to help suppliers, funeral homes and crematories looking for good people and good people looking for good jobs,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, the founder of FuneralVision.com. “That is why I’m starting by simply giving this service away. I want people to start using it and to take advantage of what could become a really useful tool for the profession. Too many companies looking for qualified applicants are struggling or having to pay too much to advertise available openings, and likewise, too many good people looking for jobs aren’t exactly sure how to find them or who to turn to for help.”

One of the first candidates you’ll be able to view after setting up an employer account (whose information we are sharing publicly with permission) is Daniel Serina, who is based in Rhode Island. When you create an employer account, you can see his full profile and download his resume.

Serina was recognized by the state’s governor for assisting the Rhode Island Medical Examiners Office during a nightclub fire in 2003, which killed scores of people. He’s been working in the business for decades, having earned his degree in mortuary science from Mount Ida College.

Want to know more and stay up to date on other candidates that create a profile on the new FuneralVision.com Jobs Engine?

Visit the Jobs Engine and create an employer account.

Remember: The first job you post on the site will be free and as we roll out this new option, candidates can set up their profile for free.

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