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Patrice and Associates

Salon/Spa Manager



Job Description
Salon/ Spa Manager
$48,000- $55,000
40 Hour Work Week
PTO
Quarterly Bonus

The Salon/ Spa Manager provides exemplary customer service to our guests, makes leadership decisions in the salon and acts as a liaison between the salon staff and salon owner.

Salon Manager Responsibilities:

Schedule the entire staff, including stylists, and other front desk associates
Manages and tracks sales, client counts and staff hours
Manages inventory
Oversees scheduling for clientele
Manages the proper tracking and input of guest records into the salon software
Maintains an organized work area, filing system, intake forms, consultation forms, membership agreements as well as all other salon forms
Be proficient and educated in working the POS software
Resolve issues such as scheduling conflicts, product returns, customer complaints, and general salon maintenance
Oversees the cleanliness of the salon
Responsible for the training of all salon staff members, ensuring all training requirements are met successfully by each employee
Educate guests on services, memberships and retail products
Assists with promotional events at the salon or outside the salon

Salon/ Spa Manager Candidates must possess:

Strong verbal communication and listening skills
A minimum of 2-3 years of current salon management experience in the beauty or spa industry
Strong computer skills required
Strong customer service skills and background
Well organized with attention to detail
Creates a team environment




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