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Higgins Funeral Home has served Fayetteville and Lincoln County for four generations. Much has changed since January 1, 1903, when Hiram, Eugene, and Owen Higgins opened Higgins Brothers Furniture and Undertaking on the northwest corner of Fayetteville Square. But our family has been a constant presence for more than 118 years, caring for our community during difficult and emotional times.
Higgins Funeral Home commitment to providing personal, high-quality service has been passed down through the generations, first to Phillip Higgins, Hiram’s son, then to Charles Higgins, Clay’s father, who joined the family business in 1972. Clay returned to Fayetteville in 2001 to work at the funeral home. As Charles neared retirement, Clay took a more active role and now is fourth-generation owner, who proudly continues the Higgins family legacy of compassion and service.
If you are looking to join a team of compassionate, experienced staff, providing personal attention, grief support, and unparalleled service to Fayetteville and Lincoln County, then look no further. Check out our open position below.
Funeral Director & Embalmer:
First and foremost, the funeral director/embalmer should provide compassionate and exceptional service to each and every family, regardless of the amount of services they select. The funeral director works with those in current need or looking to prearrange their funeral, disposition, transportation needs or interment. The funeral director/embalmer is the person that will probably have most contact with the family during difficult times. This position demands the employee to use their best professional judgment and have a heart for serving others in their time of loss.
The funeral director agrees to protect the confidentiality of all information entrusted to them.
- A true passion for helping families in their time of need.
- Team Player
- At least one year of responsible professional-level service as a funeral director in a
funeral home unless waived when hired.
- Ability to relocate and live within Lincoln County, Tennessee
- Licenses or Certificates
- At a minimum a high school degree or GDE, mortuary school education,
and experience in funeral home merchandise, services and operations.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license.
- Ability to prove they are able to be employed in the United States.
- A Tennessee and Alabama licensed Funeral Director and/or Tennessee
Embalmer’s license (or ability to reciprocate).
- Paid personal time off (PTO)
- Employer paid health and vision insurance
- Simple IRA
We are ready to hire. Take the next step in your career by filling out the ‘Apply Today’ form below.