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Beauty Spa Therapist - Winchester, Hampshire, Winchester, Red Hot Careers

Published 2022-07-02
Expires 2022-08-02
ID #1070461256
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Beauty Spa Therapist - Winchester, Hampshire, Winchester, Red Hot Careers
United Kingdom, Hampshire, Winchester,
Published July 2, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Beauty spa therapist - winchester, hampshire


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Spa and Beauty Therapist - Winchester Temporary Flexible Contract All hours to accommodate part time or full time. We are recruiting a Spa Therapist for a splendid four star hotel with character and charm set in 54 acres of countryside near the historic city of Winchester. Originally a manor house dating back to the 16th century, the hotel has been skilfully restored to provide first class accommodation with every modern amenity required for a relaxing time. We are looking for an experienced therapists who can provide a variety of treatments such as massage, facials and manicures and had experience in a similar high paced environment. The right candidate will understand the importance of working as a team and have the initiative and confidence to manage own working schedule. Live in accommodation is available to those who are willing to travel from further afield. Free parking is available on-site and you will be paid a competitive weekly pay. The candidate would be able to offer ongoing availability throughout the month and would be prepared to work alongside other local Spas and Salons locally to home according to their availability. Requirements: Level 3 in Beauty Therapy or equivalent Minimum of 1 years experience in a similar role Package: Excellent Hourly Rate paid weekly Accommodation available Meals on Duty Use of facilities whilst working Free parking Training Opportunities available Please get in touch today with your up to date CV if you wish to find out further details and be considered for this role.

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    Red Hot Careers
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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