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Advisory Educator 12 Month FTC (AE950)

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PA-11741

location
London - United-Kingdom

company
Arthur Edward

Salary: £27-29,000 DOE

Are you a qualified hairdresser / stylist who loves to speak to people?

Are you up to date with the latest techniques in cutting, colouring and finishing?

You will be an inspiring ambassador for one of the biggest names in professional hair care, delivering support to their Clients (hair stylists and salons) on their fabulous range of products and services over the phone, by email & or written correspondence).

Based in their stylish London Studio you will use using your experience within hairdressing and training to deliver an outstanding service.

As well as being a qualified hairdresser / stylist, and creative with hair, you will also know your way around an iPad/ computer.

This is a fabulous and interesting 12 Month Fixed Term Contract.

CONTACT :

To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to ae@arthuredward.co.uk

Call our offices - Covent Garden 020 7866 8136, Ruscombe 01183 778 393
Heidi Bannister 07747 792 272 heidib@arthuredward.co.uk
Ana Filipa Calado 07792 958 152 anafilipac@arthuredward.co.uk
Melissa Shifrin 07803 504 100 mels@arthuredward.co.uk
Joseph Bannister 07546 435 243 joeb@arthuredward.co.uk



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