H.Parsons holds a significant place in the Illawarra community and as an Australian, family owned business, we have succeeded as an industry leader since 1893. We embrace technology and innovation, we’re progressive, and customer centric.
We recognise that successful staff come from diverse backgrounds and bring a mix of skills and life experience to their roles. We welcome interest from quick and lateral thinkers, problem solvers, and people who truly give empathy to others.
A positive approach, attention to detail, and a passion for exceptional customer service will see you shine in at H.Parsons.
Full-time Funeral Director
As a Funeral Director you will support local funeral operations by meeting with families to plan and arrange funerals.
You will also be required to set up funeral services at a variety of venues, and perform tasks which include driving the hearse, mourning cars, or other vehicles, use of audio-visual equipment, and supporting families on the day of the funeral.
Casual Funeral Assistant
As a casual Funeral Assistant, you will assist our funeral directors during funeral services.
You will be required to assist by greeting guests, operating AV equipment, setting up and cleaning our venues, washing vehicles, and performing transfers with the utmost respect.
H.Parsons Administrators are dynamic, resourceful, and vibrant individual to join our growing business.
Whilst we do not require individuals with funeral industry experience, we do require the successful candidate to have more than 3 years experience and demonstrated success working in a similar fast paced environment (e.g. travel agencies, call centres, etc.).
What It Means To Work At H.Parsons
Administration and Customer Service Consultant
Working at H Parsons is a privilege I get to share with the families and friends of those that we care for. It is a place where I am able to assist our lovely clientele through the initial grieving stages of losing their loved ones.
This is a special privilege that I acknowledge not everyone gets to partake in when celebrating the life of a loved one.
I am the shoulder to cry on, the listening ear, and the support when people are at their most vulnerable.
I find it a privilege to help a family when they are at their most vulnerable. The loss of a loved one is both distressing and confusing.
To make the process of organising a funeral easier when emotions are at their most heightened is my priority.
To help a family say goodbye whilst celebrating the life of their loved one is personally very satisfying.
I look on my position as a Funeral Director as a gift.