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Rosedale Funeral Home in Attleborough to hold recruitment day

PUBLISHED: 10:37 13 February 2017

Rosedale Funeral Home in Attleborough is hosting a recruitment open day on Saturday, February 18. Pictured are Mark and Anne at the Attleborough office. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Rosedale Funeral Home in Attleborough is hosting a recruitment open day on Saturday, February 18. Pictured are Mark and Anne at the Attleborough office. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

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A funeral home is opening its doors to potential candidates and offering some hands-on advice for those wanting a career change.

Rosedale Funeral Home in Attleborough is looking to find a new full-time funeral director to join its team.

The funeral home will be opening it doors from 10am and 2pm on Saturday, February 18.

Those attending the open day will be able to talk to current members of the Rosedale team about the roles available and also find out about potential training opportunities.

Anne Beckett-Allen, company director, said: “Sometimes funeral directors come to the profession later in their working lives, perhaps as a second career, whilst others are keen to join straight from school.

“We are in a unique position where we can provide full training within Rosedale, so the most important thing is that you have the right qualities – care, compassion and commitment.”

Got an Attleborough story? Email stuart.anderson@archant.co.uk

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  • That would be a very good opertunity for people

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    Melissa Silvermann

    Monday, February 13, 2017

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