Licensed Massage Therapist

I'm placing this ad because one of our therapists broke her arm and will be answering phones until she gets better. It's bad news for us, but good news for you!
I'm mostly looking to cover her morning shifts. She usually comes in around 9:
30 and leaves at 3, but these times are negotiable and we can work around your availability.
So come down and apply at our quaint little massage studio located in Cheshire. We have a zero percent turn-over rate which proves that our team is happy in their work environment.
My motto is that happy massage therapists equals happy clients.
I pay $14/hr for online deal clients you massage (which I'm planning not to sell anymore in the near future).

$16/hr for members, intro rate clients and other coupons.
$18/hr for full priced clients.
$10/hr for when you have no clients.
You get 15 minutes in-between each client.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we also give newly graduated students a chance at working with us.
You must be licensed and insured and willing to massage pregnant women.
Tips are accepted.
You'll also need to schedule clients and answer phones when our therapist with the broken arm isn't there to do it. Most clients book online using SpaBooker and they also purchase gift certificates that way too. We have a pervert policy listed directly on our website so you won't have to deal with ANY weird phone calls.
You'll have access to your own schedule which will allow you to block time off when you're unable to work. You don't need permission to block time off.
The schedule is done online so you can view your clients and your schedule 24/7.
No hot stone massage, no washing or folding sheets. We have a pregnancy bolster so the client can lay face down without any awkward side-lying (and clients love it). No need to sell anything.
This is an employee job, not independent contractor. I don't believe in enforcing a non-compete clause, so any clients you acquire are yours to keep.
You have to work at least one weekend day a week. We're packed on weekends.
Please check us out on our website.
I'll be looking forward to hearing from you!

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