The scope of work;
Our technicians are performing the literal transferring of deceased from their place of passing. This demands a high level of physical fitness and the mental fortitude to cope with working around the reality of death. Due to the fact we respond to active crime scenes, accidents, nursing homes and family residences and often engage directly with the deceased next of kin, a high level of ethics, integrity and professional appearance is a must.
This is not a 9 to 5, sitting in an office profession, meaning this requires working independently and being on call for 24 hour shifts. This does not mean working for 24 hours but simply being on call to respond to transfers at any time. Our technicians take company vehicles with them and are dispatched from the comfort of their own home. We have a full time position available; four 24 hour shifts in a row.
We are dispatched out alongside law enforcement, therefore a clean driving record and background is a must. Full FBI background checks will be performed on all perspective technicians during the interview process.
Due to the sensitive nature of our profession, a suit and tie, or female equivalent, must be worn at all times. This also means no visible tattoos or gauged ears.
The shift rotation, compensation and benefits are highly competitive providing our employees the flexibility and resources to flourish. We are collecting and reviewing resumes over the next few days and reaching out to qualified candidates. Your response must include a resume and reliable contact information and a current address within the Denver Metro area. It is important your resume showcase educational achievements and work history to ensure compatibility for both parties. We are currently accepting applications for full and part time, weekend positions, please indicate in your response of which you are more interested.