Career Opportunities for Skin Care

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Career Opportunities for Skin Care

The purpose of this group is to focus on carreer opportunities for estheticians.

Members: 209
Latest Activity: Jul 26

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Job opening in AZ

Massage Envy Spa Corporate office is seeking an experienced esthetician to join our administrative team as an esthetician support coordinator. This position is responsible for administrative…Continue

Started by Lauren Snow Jul 19, 2013.

Free Chemical Peel Class in San Diego

A skilled and knowledgeable esthetician that can understand and feel comfortable providing chemical peels can achieve a great result for the client. An esthetician that is always looking for more…Continue

Started by Tonya Ruehl May 7, 2013.

Start an Acne Clinic in Your Area 15 Replies

I know that not all estheticians are cut out to do acne treatments.  We all come into this profession from so many different angles.  But, if you do get excited at the thought of extractions, this is…Continue

Tags: clinic, acne, niche, specialist, Acne

Started by Laura Cooksey. Last reply by Laura Cooksey Jan 17, 2012.

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Comment by Erin Daughhetee on February 18, 2013 at 2:52pm

I would like to share an opening with my salon in Chesterfield, MO.

Now hiring for experienced Front Desk Coordinator

Responsibilities include:

-scheduling appointments

-answering multi-line phone

-check-in and check-out of all clients

-retail sales and inventory management

-customer service and brand promotion

*Full time position open immediately Tuesday-Saturday

*Employee discounts on treatments and retail products

*A fun and friendly atmosphere!

Please contact Erin or Kurt to arrange a meeting at (636)532-1224

**We would love the opportunity to have a licensed esthetician in this position to be able to do make-up applications as well** 

Comment by Maria on January 28, 2013 at 7:06am

Hello everyone. I am a new graduated aesthetician. Complited1380 clock hour program in Florida and looking for a job opportunity, preferably in medical setting. But will consider any opportunity. Please let me know if you are looking for a good, experienced (8 month internship) aesthetician.

Thank you and have a wonderful day!

Comment by paula teal on November 17, 2012 at 5:27am
Hi all! I own a wellness spa in the Memphis, TN area. I'm looking for an experienced esty to join our team. Please inbox me if you're interested.
Comment by George Puccio on November 16, 2012 at 8:57am

Hi, although I graduated in 2009, I'm relatively new to being employed as an esty, since I came from a healthcare background.  Ayone aware of any opportunities in the NJ/NY area for a male esty with a passion for skin care?? Found little on monster, carreerbuilders etc.

Comment by monika bak on July 7, 2012 at 11:25am

im am new to this site and im soo glad i found it  ~

Comment by Lindsey Alana Spray on July 7, 2012 at 1:39am

My name is Lindsey and I have been an esthetician for 5 years and a professional make-up artist for 9 years.  I have a great passion for the skin and beauty industry.  I always say the skin is like a canvas, you always need to start with a nice clean and clear canvas.

I’m in the US and I’m looking to work as an esthetician in a spa or salon around Glendale, Pasadena or Burbank. I would appreciate anyone’s help.

http://lindseyspray.com

Comment by Chelsea Clendennen on June 28, 2012 at 2:53pm

 Hello, I am a licensed Educator in Texas. I have been teaching for five years. I am new to this site, it's amazing! It's great that we have this as a resource! Thank you Skin Deep Magizine for having this site available.

 

So I just wanted to point out some advice for some of the new esty's coming into the feild. It is all about knowledge and continueing your education once you graduate school. Do research on all spa's you are interested in before taking your resume' to them. When giving your resume' make sure not give to the front desk, give to the owner/ person in charge of new hire's. When you are doing this research know as much about the company as possible.

A story I want to share is a dear friend was straight out of school was in a interveiw and it was for a postion at a med spa, the doctor was the one giving the interview. The doctor had asked what can you offer my business that I can not do on my own??? Her reply was advice on how to make her website more user friendly and had found multiply spelling errors. She made suggestions that would be benificial to the Doctor's company.

This showed she had gone out and taken the time to do research on the company and knew what the facility offered and how should could benifit the company. For alot of my student this is there second profession whatever you have done in your past can help in your future.  

Also Craiglist is not always the best choice on finding a job. In my experience alot of the spa's that put ad's up have a high turn over rate. Do not forget you are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you.

Comment by Sheila Baydo on June 10, 2012 at 11:29pm

I'm not even sure if this is the place to post (lol) but here goes! :) 

I am still a newly licensed Esthetician in Pierce County, WA looking for a great spa opportunity with growth or possible makeup artist or assistant work. I have been working in front desk positions in the past and have experience working reception/front desk recently within a day spa. 

Comment by Sindy A. Kimmis on May 20, 2012 at 9:10pm

Hello, I'm a licensed Aesthetician and have been working in the Washington, DC area for the past couple of years. I'm now relocating to California. I have a job waiting for me in Palo Alto, but I would like to be in Orange County, where I grew up. If anyone has any job leads, please let me know...

Comment by Rikki Field on February 4, 2012 at 4:36pm

Hi Lesly,

Arizona Aesthetics Association provides mentoring for its members (at no charge).  Our next meeting is Monday, February 6th at PCA Skin in Scottsdale. Registration 5:30 Meeting 6-8 p.m.  AzAA is a non-profit association dedicated to providing continuing education, mentoring, networking opportunities and support to professionals and students in the aesthetics industry.  Find out more at www.azaaonline.com 

The meeting is free of charge for guests so we hope you'll join us and feel free to bring a friend, your mom, etc.

 

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