We are on a mission to serve our clients with the highest quality cremation memorial solutions through progressive engineering, superior materials, and people-focused customer service. We are looking for motivated individuals to join us. Are you interested?

Current Opportunities

Head of Finance

Are you an experienced accounting professional who truly cares about the customer? If so, Eickhof Columbaria in Crookston, MN could be the place for you! As our Head of Finance, you will prepare financial information consistently, accurately, and thoroughly with integrity and oversee HR and IT-related tasks. Develop your career at the forefront of our rapidly growing industry.

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Industrial Designer

Do you have foresight into how an end-user might use your designs? Join our team in our Crookston, MN office! As our Industrial Designer you will combine design, business and engineering skills to create products that meet both market and production requirements in a company that has been a pioneer and leader in the memorialization industry for over 35 years.

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Do you like to travel? Are you interested in earning a Commercial Driver’s License? Join us as a Fabricator/Installer in our Crookston, MN manufacturing facility! This position includes fabrication, delivery, and installation of columbaria, and working with customers at their sites. You will also gain experience assisting in 5S projects in the shop, working with hand and power tools, and working with various stone products.

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General Employment Inquiries

For general employment inquiries please fill out this application form (PDF) and email to [email protected] or print and bring to our Crookston office.

Still interested and current opportunities not applicable? Please feel free to submit a cover letter and resume.



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Do what is right for the customer.


Do what is right, not what is easy.


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