You must be permitted to work in this country.
Minimum experience required: over 2 years.
Salary: 2000 + commission
Start date: Immediately
Nail Technician Job Duties and Responsibilities:
A day in the life of a manicurist often includes massaging clients’ hands, feet, and calves with soothing oils and lotions; pushing back and cutting cuticles; buffing and shining nails; and applying wraps, artificial nails, polishes, and nail art.
manicurists and pedicurists also offer luxurious spa therapies for their clients, including such techniques as hot stone massages and paraffin wraps.
Other duties of a nail technician include:
Discussing nail services and treatments with clients
Removing nail polish
Exfoliating and removing rough skin from the hands and feet
Cleaning and trimming nails
Promoting and selling nail and skincare products
Beyond the manicurist’s chair, however, nail care specialists must accomplish a number of tasks on any given day, such as:
Interacting with other members of the salon or spa team as to provide a seamless customer experience
Adhering to the highest standards of sanitation, which includes cleaning and sanitizing tools and equipment
Recording and updating client records
Marketing and working to build their business
In addition to possessing the skills required to perform a wide array of manicure and pedicure procedures, nail care technicians should:
Enjoy a team environment and frequent interaction with their co-workers
Be customer-service oriented and friendly
Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Be organized and tidy
Be able to multi-task
Be flexible and cooperative
Have a high energy level
Be well-groomed and professional-looking
Be prompt and possess a good sense of time
Training to Prepare for Nail Technician Jobs
Nail technicians must be licensed in the state in which they practice through their state’s board of cosmetology or public health department.