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Qualified Beauty Therapist

Enquiry Reference: 1240877

Hours: Full time & part time position available. Hours to be discussed & agreed.

Experience and Skills: Must be fully experienced in all spa & Beauty treatments including Semi-permanent lashes. A warm and friendly approach is required with excellent customer service skills, the ability to work well in a team, with a "can do" attitude and the ability to use own initiative and to be able promote the products and services of the salon to customers. Must be computer literate as the salon uses a computerised booking system.

How to Apply: Applicants with the relevant Qualification & skills should call Joan Murray on 0151 934 2653 to discuss their interest further, ahead of sending in a CV.

Contract Type: Permanent

Driving Licence Type Required: None

Minimum Qualifications: NVQ 2 or equivalent

Job Type: Job

Job Purpose: A well established beauty salon ( over 20 years) based in Crosby is currently looking for Qualified and experienced Beauty Therapists to join their small team on a part-time & full time permanent basis, to perform a range of beauty & spa treatments, including Waxing & Semi-permanent lashes .

Main Responsibilities: As a Qualified Beauty Therapist, you will be working within a busy salon and be required to perform a range of beauty & spa treatments, including massages, waxing, shellac Nails, & Semi permanent lashes

Working Pattern: Full time & part time position available. Hours to be discussed & agreed, however will be between 9am-9pm, Monday- Sunday. On a rota basis will need to work 1 day at the weekend & 1 late night.

Hours of Work: Full Time

Minimum Salary: £4.35

Maximum Salary: £8.50

Comments: Must be fully experienced in all spa & Beauty treatments including Semi-permanent lashes. 1 Full time & 1 Part time position available. Up to £8.50 per hour depending on experience.

Minimum Qualification Comments: Must be qualified to at least Level 2 in Beauty Therapy; Level 3 preferred.

Closing Date: 28 Nov 2019

Interview Date: 29 Nov 2019

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