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A Health, Beauty and Spa therapist is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a health or beauty spa. The term “Health, Beauty and Spa therapist” is broad and includes massage therapists, spa professionals, beauty specialists and any other role needed by the establishment.
They handle the services that are offered by the spa. Depending on the size of the facility, they may be more into the business side of things, or they may play more of a customer service role. Other than the spa manager, they are second in command and in charge of all of the aspects of the business.
Duties of a Health, Beauty and Spa therapist vary according to the services provided by the spa or beauty establishment. Depending on what you’re hired for, your day to day tasks can include providing massages, hair styling or manicure, helping customers with the spa facilities, and handling client queries and complains.
Provide beauty and health services to guests
The Health, Beauty and Spa therapist is responsible for providing all spa services offered to clients and ensure of guest satisfaction.
Handling customers queries
An important responsibility of a Health, Beauty and Spa therapist is to efficiently handle customers as well as any queries or complains they might have. A real desire to help and a good sense of communication is an important skill for the job.
Ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation and licensing laws
Under supervision of the Spa Manager, The Health, Beauty and Spa therapist is responsive for enforcing any government issued laws and safety regulation.
What can you expect to earn being a Health, Beauty and Spa therapist? Health, Beauty and Spa therapist salaries will vary depending on experience in the establishment, but will typically be in the region of £6 to £9 per hour depending on experience. As of September 2017, the average hourly salary for a Health, Beauty and Spa therapist in the UK is £7,47 (Source: PayScale). If you have lots of experience you will be in high demand and hit the higher end of the salary bracket. It also depends largely on the type of establishment you are working for and the available budget they have.