Glowbar, Inc.

Job title: Studio Guide

Status: Part-time or Full-Time

Have you ever dreamed of joining a team that is reinventing professional skincare? Have you ever wanted to support a business from the ground up? Is it your goal in life to make a difference in people’s lives, every single day?  Meet Glowbar.

About Glowbar:

Glowbar is reinventing the skincare experience by delivering customized 30-minute, evidence-based treatments to target real concerns over time. All Glowbar treatments are powered by expertly trained estheticians and standardization technology, with our staff and our customers at the center of everything we do. We are creating an environment where our talent is rewarded as the keystone of our success and customer loyalty.

Glowbar is seeking passionate and service-oriented experience associates who believe in a “customer-first” mentality to be a part of our founding team! Our experience associates will be continuously empowered to use their customer-oriented gut to make decisions. As long-term team members, experienced associates are also collaborative team members, with a mind geared towards testing and learning to set a new standard for skincare.

This means you:

  • Are dedicated to helping people 
  • Are a team player
  • Have an entrepreneurial and positive spirit
  • Value honesty and integrity in the workplace
  • Always seek to improve personal performance
  • Are professional
  • Know how to market and bring existing and new clients coming back

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Care for clients:

  • Create a safe space for clients to navigate through our modern experience
  • Guide clients through check-in and retail check-out
  • Provide a friendly, compassionate environment, ensuring that each client receives an extraordinary, memorable experience as they navigate through the space and our retail assortment
  • Provide clients with product knowledge and at-home routine suggestions
  • Email/text clients to assist in appointment booking/rebooking, follow up, and offering to answer any last-minute questions

Care for our team:

  • Provide feedback to management on progress and challenges, paired with suggestions 
  • Collaborate with estheticians on opportunities to improve the experience to better support and inform clients
  • Assist Management in daily studio tasks and projects
  • Maintain front of studio retail inventory & operating supplies on regular intervals
  • Enhance and uphold standards, policies & procedures through various means of communication
  • Assist with social media on an as-needed basis
  • Participate in events onsite/offsite

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 1+ years of hospitality experience (i.e. restaurant, retail, hotel, salon/spa, etc.) with a proven track record of superior customer service
  • Must love hospitality and interacting with customers
  • Strong understanding of retail operations, policies and procedures
  • Must have the ability to prioritize and multi-task within a fast-paced environment
  • Must be a forward-thinking problem solver with a strong work ethic who has compassion for employees and clients
  • Passion for beauty, skincare, learning and trying new things every day!
  • Must have the flexibility to work a non-traditional schedule - must have weekend, holiday, and some early morning/midday/late evening weekday availability

Physical and mental health, personal development and work-life balance are key to growth and well-being. In addition to our generous pay rates, our comprehensive benefits extend well beyond the average and are valued at close to $10k annually. We want you to be your best self both in and outside of our studios and we are proud to offer a variety of generous benefits to support this, which can include…

  • Medical dental and vision insurance largely paid for by Glowbar
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Sick Leave 
  • Paid Holidays
  • Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Commuter benefits
  • Accident and Critical Illness Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Annual Glowbar Membership with 2 guest passes
  • Employee discounts on retail product
  •  Reliable schedules
  • Community giveback
  • Friends and family discounts
  • Team member referral bonuses
  • Career advancement and continuing education opportunities 
  • Discounts at a vast array of lifestyle brands, services restaurants, theme parks and more

Comp: $16-17 per hour

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