Territory Referral Coordinator/Professional Memorialist in Training
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- Email cover letter telling where you volunteer, your community involvement, and what interested you about Monument Advisors, natural stone, and the death care and monument industry.
- Email resume, and professional and personal references to email@example.com
2 position openings for seasonal installers.
Ideal persons have a background and experience in construction, carpentry, concrete, masonry, heavy equipment operation, grinding and welding, crane operation, shop equipment, and hand tools.
Must be detail-oriented, have good communication, able to use a smartphone for pictures and email. Need to be able to read and understand blueprints, carefully read instructions and follow work orders, take notes, and know their directions. Preparation, inventory, and planning for jobs are required.
Cleaning up job sites before leaving, taking precise measurements, following weight restrictions, and taking necessary safety precautions are extremely important. Travel during the day, home every night, working as a team, and manual digging are necessary. Representing our company in a professional manner, with integrity and punctuality, showing respect to our clients, and showing pride in the job done well.
Must have a clean driving record, ability to pass a drug test, show honesty even when it is hard, and keeping up our companies good reputation. All people and positions in the company are valuable, needed, make a difference, and must honor those lives once lived. EOE
Email resume, and professional and personal references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Flexible Payment Plans
Alan Lepler started in the memorial industry 1980, with the largest quarrier, manufacturer, and retailer in the Midwest. Watertown Monument Works, of his hometown Watertown, SD. He took on the challenge of learning and growing the company into multiple states. He moved with his family to Nebraska through the purchase of Norfolk Memorials of Norfolk then Desch-Paine Memorials of Grand Island. Watertown Monument Works later sold to the largest quarrier, manufacturer, and retailer in the world, Rock of Ages of Vermont. Alan transitioned with the sale to manage their new Midwest division. Several years later Rock of Ages sold their retail locations to Sunburst Memorials of Minnesota and converted to a very selective dealership model instead. Alan remained with Sunburst for a limited time through the transition then opened Monument Advisors as Nebraska's only Rock of Ages dealer and Multi-source provider. Today the legacy continues by Alan’s daughter Kelli Lepler. Her great passion for the industry, Nebraska communities, sustainability, and the same high quality product and service standards drives the company vision forward. She leads with plans for diversification and expansion in mind. The Monument Advisors team is growing. They consist of a collaboration of educated, trained, and experienced multi-generational professionals and apprentices. Together their ideas, dedication, and teamwork forge the company into the future.
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2545 W Old Potash Highway