Gene Juarez Salon & Spa

  • Design Associate - Tacoma

  • Overview



    When you envision your career as a hair stylist, do you see continued education, room for growth, exceptional training and a luxury salon clientele? If so, Gene Juarez Salons & Spas offers Associate level training for licensed hairstylists that want to learn the advanced skills of our artists in four to six months’ time. The Associate will cover extensive, in depth training while mastering the most on-trend services that the industry has to offer.


    Reports to: Salon & Spa Director (in salon); New Hire Education Manager (during training)


    We Offer:

    • 401k retirement savings, medical ,dental, and vision insurance; 
    • Paid training; 
    • Paid time off
    • Generous discounts on salon & product services 
    • Room to advance and grow professionally;


    This role will be responsible to

    • Attend and fully participate in all cutting and design training sessions (this includes securing models)
    • Shampoo, rinse, condition hair and scalp
    • Style hair using hot tools, and other products
    • Assist in supporting salon operations such as front desk, dispensary or spa support when necessary
    • Advance client relationships through excellent customer service techniques


    Our ideal candidate will possess the following:

    • Possession of an active Washington State cosmetology license 
    • Learning and growth orientation; demonstrates a professional response to instruction, coaching, and constructive criticism
    • Active listening skills and high attention to detail
    • Clear verbal and written communication skills
    • Flexible scheduling availability


    Travel Requirements: Must have adequate transportation for training at several salon locations


    As part of our standard hiring process for new employees, employment with Gene Juarez Salons and Spas will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check. Gene Juarez Salons & Spas is an equal opportunity employer.


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