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Undertakers are also called funeral directors or morticians. They provide a wide range of funeral services for the dead and their families. Typical duties of an undertaker include interviewing family to ascertain and arrange the necessary funeral services as per the family's request, helping with selecting officials to perform religious rites, choosing pallbearers, arranging catering and flowers and providing transportation for those attending the funeral. They also obtain the deceased's personal details and complete all civil formalities on the family's behalf.
It takes a special kind of person to work in this role. As an undertaker you will spend most of your hours at work with grieving families and making funeral arrangements, which can be overwhelming if you don't have the stomach for it.
All states have their own regulations pertaining to this role. Most states require undertakers to complete a 2-year associate's degree or its equivalent in college-level course work. Most states also require prospective undertakes to complete an extended apprenticeship under the guidance of an experienced mortician.
At your interview for an undertaker position, your interviewer will ask you several questions pertaining to the job to determine if you know exactly what the job entails and if you are a good fit for this role. More importantly, they will want to know why you chose this particular career and if you have the necessary attributes for the job. Are you genuinely caring and sympathetic? How will you handle grieving family members? Learn more about the questions you are likely to be asked by reading through undertaker mock interview questions.