A VOCATIONAL ROLE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE
Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria is a dedicated team who believe that everyone deserves a dignified funeral, with enduring care of their resting place into the future.
We believe that cemeteries are sacred and historical places in our society for preserving memories, and the funeral is only the beginning of our role.
The sensitive nature of our customer focused organisation seeks people who live our values of care, compassion, and understanding.
We implement good employee relationship strategies to ensure that we have the right people in the right jobs and within the right environment and provide a supportive team environment that allows us to deliver caring and compassionate services whilst sharing the Catholic hope & faith over death.
Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria is also an equal opportunity employer who currently employs approximately 60 people varying from accounts officers to cemetery staff across our site locations.
From time to time advertisements are placed seeking suitable applicants for new positions.
If you are interested in applying for a position with Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria and there are no current positions listed on our website, please forward your resume and a short cover email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or alternatively mail a cover letter and your resume to:
Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria
PO Box 10,
LIDCOMBE NSW 1825
“I started working in the industry in 1987. I wanted the opportunity to work outside and to learn new skills like digging graves, using the cremator and undertaking. From there I excelled in all aspects of cemetery services and loved working at the cemetery. I am passionate about my job, because I feel I can help the families in their time of need and I will do everything in my power to make sure their funeral service goes the way they plan it. I love helping people.”
Stephen Stewart, Cemetery Manager, Western Region
“I love applying my commercial experience to a not for profit role. I am passionate about finding new and helpful ways of communicating with our families and building strong relationships with our funeral directors and communities within which we work.”
Jo Davenport, Marketing