Office Manager

Service Corporation International Carson City , NV 89701

Posted 2 weeks ago

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Manages and coordinates the operational activities of a funeral home, cemetery and/or crematory operation. Ensures the highest quality services and products, to satisfy the need of any client family, to maximize budgeted profit plans for the location, and maintain a positive employee relations atmosphere.


Accounting Function Oversight

  • Collections of all accounts receivable

  • Verifications and payments of all accounts payable invoices

  • Controls of receipt and deposit of cash payments received

  • Maintains petty cash account and disburses the same in accordance with company policies and procedures

  • Reconciliations of all accounts

  • Cash advance checks

  • Same Day Check requests

  • Bank deposits

  • Verifies/audits cash disbursement reports

  • Tracks Capital Expenditure Authorizations (CEAs)

Operational Activities

  • Orders supplies for the office and completes inventory counts

  • Coordinates the processing of orders and receipt of all merchandise orders including memorials and caskets and the control of storage inventory for vaults and markers, urns and caskets

  • Oversees the processing of installation funeral-related orders and orders to the grounds and maintenance departments

  • Supports location management to ensure all contracts and work orders are completed in a timely manner with proper documentation

  • Schedules incoming orders and drivers for the ambulate service

  • Completes various funeral/cemetery reports and files accurately

  • Supports Sales as necessary requiring an understanding of JD Powers

  • Assures compliance with all Company policies and procedures to include

  • Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) audit

  • Dignity University (DU) training

  • Interment Verification Training (IVT) audits

  • Day Sales Outstanding's (DSO) related to financial and administrative areas

  • Assists in preparing and/or overseeing all funeral/cemetery-related forms

  • Reviews time cards and administers corporate payroll policies and procedures

  • Administers local Human Resources (HR) processes such as processing new hire paperwork, verifying pre-need sales licenses, maintaining employee files and other confidential files (I9's, etc.).

  • Ensures new associates receive new hire orientation

  • Pulls monthly reports from reporting site and create stack ranking reports for key performance indicators

  • Maintains vehicle records/licenses

  • Processes expense reports

  • Updates General Price Lists (GPLs)

  • Manages all Alarm Systems (codes, working order, etc.)

  • Assists with funeral services and "Making Everlasting Memories" (MEMs) as needed

  • Coordinates daily activities with business unit as well as other departments

  • Trains associates in the proper administration of policies and procedures

  • Services customers by interacting with families in a professional and compassionate manner

  • Maintains and updates customer records

  • Updates company website with current obituaries and ensures obituaries are placed in newspapers

  • Provides a collaborative, productive workplace environment for associate growth and development that instills pride, a sense of ownership, and the challenge to associates to exceed expectations

  • Behaves in a supportive way to enrich the work environment

  • Uses customer feedback in conjunction with Sales to improve location administration and strengthen individual associate performance

  • Performs other duties as assigned



  • High school diploma, GED or completion of a diploma-training program at a college or technical school


  • Two (2) years bookkeeping, general office, clerical accounting, and Accounts Payable experience required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Solid working knowledge of computers, typewriter, MS Office, e-mail, internet and basic office equipment required

  • Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing

  • High level of compassion, integrity, and confidentiality

  • Problem solving skills

  • Ability to multi task and set priorities

  • Detail oriented

  • Must be flexible and able to function in a face-paced environment


Work Environment

  • Professional Dress is required when in contact with families.

Work Postures

  • Sitting continuously for many hours per day, up to 6 hours per day

  • Climbing stairs to access buildings frequently

Physical Demands

  • Physical effort requiring manual dexterity is required, includes paperwork, calculators, computers and phone usage

Work Hours

  • Working beyond "standard" hours as the need arises

Postal Code: 89701

Category (Portal Searching): Operations

Job Location: US-NV - Carson City

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