Hairstylist, Banff, Fairmont Barcelona Rey Juan Carlos

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1067140716
Hairstylist, Banff, Fairmont Barcelona Rey Juan Carlos
Canada, Alberta, Banff,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hairstylist

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Are you a creative person with a passion for the hairstyling and beauty industry? Do you crave an active, outdoor life right at your door step? Are you a hairstylist who would like to meet and work with people from all over the world and be paid to make your clients look and feel like a million dollars? When the hardest part of your day is looking out the window at the spectacular Canadian Rockies, why not join our Hairstylist team at the Willow Stream Spa. We guarantee it will be an experience of a life time in Canada’s most famous castle, Fairmont Banff Springs! Covid-19 Safety Policy: In order to keep our employees and the general public safe from the threat of Covid 19 and the rise of variants in the community, the Hotel has implemented a Covid-19 Safety Policy. Rate of pay: Based on hourly $15.30 + tip + commission would be equal to average $40 for the hour for services.
What is in it for you:

Subsidized staff accommodation provided on-site for full time status 

Duty meal in our newly renovated staff cafeteria

Competitive extended benefits package including medical, vision and dental for full time permanent status

Employee Travel Program 

Comprehensive Wellness Platform (LifeWorks)

Discounts on food & beverage/fitness centre/spa/golf 

Opportunity to develop your talent and grow within Fairmont Banff Springs and over 5, properties with Accor

Specific Department Perks:

No service charges for styling station, back bar product

Complimentary spa access, fitness / aquatic membership and discounted services and products

Complimentary advertising to hotel staff to build clientele

What you will be doing:

Perform bridal and special event updos and styles

Perform ladies, men’s and children’s hair cuts, and wash and style including current trends in highlights, permanent/semi-permanent colour services

Make product recommendations and participate in incentives and retail goal setting

Provide make-up applications

Assist in inventory and ordering of supplies and participate in on-going in-house and out-of-house training opportunities in our product lines 

Maintain a professional environment in the salon, cleaning/stocking

Your experience and skills include:

Minimum of 2 years hair dressing / styling experience required

Related Hair Stylist certification

Red Seal or Hairstyling license

Make up training / experience

Must be able to lift and carry 20+lbs and be able to sit/stand/walk for extended periods 

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