NorthStar Memorial Group

  • Embalmer Apprentice

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    Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary-HI
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    Hawaiian Memorial Park


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    We are seeking an Embalmer Apprentice for Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary in Kaneohe, HIThis position will be responsible for caring for the deceased in a respectful manner while performing a variety of tasks including, embalming, removals and transfers, cosmetology, dressing, hairstyling, and any other preparation required for the deceased. The successful candidate will have a current license in the applicable state and knowledge of the current regulations related to the funeral industry.


    • Ensure proper chain of custody is maintained throughout the preparation process
    • Maintain a sterile and safe work environment consistent with company, government and industry rules, regulations and practices
    • Maintain reverence and respect for the deceased at all times
    • Complete and enforces all logging, identification, and casketing procedures
    • Train staff on company procedures and guidelines as needed
    • Perform embalming, disinfecting, dressing, preparing and casketing of the deceased using appropriate precautions and OSHA standards

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Recently completed or currently enrolled in an accredited mortuary program 
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Experience handling sensitive situations in a professional manner
    • Understanding of the services and products available 
    • Knowledge of current federal, state and local regulations related to the funeral industry


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