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    1. ★ ★ STYLISTS / BARBERS & SALON MANAGEMENT (San Mateo & Burlingame)

      At SPORT CLIPS we are seeking great Team Members for Full Time (and part-time) positions. Come work for an exciting, fast-paced salon targeted for Men and Boys with a fun atmosphere at our locations in the Peninsula (San Mateo / Foster City and Burlingame) Guaranteed hourly rate based on experience + commissions + bonuses + benefits + GREAT TIPS >>>> our top stylists earn over $20/hour + ...

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    2. Hostesses Needed for Upscale Men's Salon

      We’re hiring Directors of First Impressions… Offer the highest level of personalized guest service Help grow the business by driving client retention, retail and membership sales Take care of stylists and help them reach their full potential daily Focus on hospitality, set tome for friendly, professional atmosphere Have more than a job, have a successful career! If you possess the ...

    3. Stylists and Barbers Needed for Upscale Men's Salon

      Upscale men's salon looking for barbers and stylists to start in late June. Make 2015 your year and have more than a job...have a growing successful career! * Commission and bonuses up to 60% * Service ticket average $40 - $60 * Great tips! * Highly visible, high traffic location * Beautiful upscale prestigious salon for men * Career advancement opportunities * Potential to become ...

    4. Hair Salon Seeks Stylist / Cosmetologist

      Victorias' Salon located in Hayward California is searching for a stylist willing to work under commission(station not for rent). Please feel free to contact for any questions or additional information needed. If we're busy leave a message and I will get to you as soon as I can, ask for Sharon. (408)747-7789

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