Our day spa focuses on creating a relaxing and rejuvenating experience for all our guests, and we’re expanding our skin care services to include facials. We need a licensed Esthetician to provide our customers with 20- and 50-minute facials, depending on the package. To excel in this position, you should be self-motivated and highly customer service-oriented. You’ll be responsible for selling products as well as providing services. If you have worked in a day spa environment before or if you are a frequent customer of spas, you’ll fit right in, so please submit your application.


  • Greet customers upon arrival and guide them through our list of products and services

  • Perform facials and other skin care services based on the packages our customers choose

  • Upsell lotions, creams and other skin care products

  • Invite customers to return and offer coupons and other perks to incentivize our clientele

  • Participate in continuing education programs and staff meetings

  • Train new estheticians as they join our staff

  • Provide skin care consultations for customers with troublesome skin or problem areas


  • High school diploma/GED required (Associate degree preferred)

  • State esthetician license required

  • Flexible schedule, including weekends and evenings

  • Proficiency with skin care product application and makeup

  • Ability to sell products to our clients based on the products you use while rendering services

  • Experience with waxing highly desirable


Our massage therapy facility needs a full-time, professional Massage Therapist to assist us with our increasingly busy practice. We provide convenient massage therapy for professionals who endure tension headaches and similar complaints on a daily basis. In addition to our in-house massages, we also provide corporate massages, which involves traveling to our clients’ places of business to provide their employees with relaxing breaks from their day. We specialize in relieving tension and promoting healthy mindsets among our customers. If this sounds like an environment in which you would excel, we’d love to talk with you about this opportunity.


  • Provide 30- to 50-minute massages for appointment holders and walk-ins at our location

  • Guide clients through our service offerings and help them choose the types of massages that would benefit them most

  • Take detailed histories from clients, including information about any injuries or conditions, such as diabetes

  • Design sessions around clients’ specific complaints or problem areas

  • Listen to clients during massages and adjust technique to meet their needs

  • Suggest massage schedules for recurring sessions

  • Travel to corporate locations to deliver on-site massages for employees


  • Current and valid state license for massage therapy

  • Experience working in a spa or therapy center environment preferred

  • Reliable transportation required

  • Excellent customer service and sales skills


The Front Desk Officer works as part of the Administration and Facilities unit, monitoring and managing the flow of visitors and clients in an office. He is responsible for time-keeping and recording all human transactions for external persons who wish to take up business with the company.  The Front Desk Officer is responsible for catering client-specific services when it comes meet-greets. They provide specific adjustments to how guests are received, in relation to expected and walk in persons of interest.  As a Front Desk Officer you are in charge of reviewing the interest and purpose of guests who wish to gain entry within the office unit and must communicate with supervisors for reporting suspicious activity and denial of entry.


  • A successful candidate should be skilled in the latest technology usage for telephony and computing. Knowledge on the use of a Headseat and wired communications protocol is a must.

  • The Front Desk Officer must have outstanding communication skills, as they will be interacting with all forms of persons who enter the office premises. They should be able to adjust their communication style depending on who they interact with and client specific demands.


  • The Front Desk Officer must be skilled with the use of professional communications etiquette over the phone and in person, having to interact with guests, clients and employees.

  • The Front Desk Officer maintains a safe and hazard free work environment by ensuring that guests and employees follow safety inspection rules when it comes to paraphernalia and materials brought into the workplace.

  • The Front Desk Officer should have great interpersonal skills, and the skill to communicate in a professional and pleasant demeanor.