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Hair Cuttery

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Vienna, VA
Hair Cuttery is a United States-based unisex hair salon, founded by Dennis and Ann Ratner in 1974. The first salon opened in West Springfield, Virginia, and the enterprise has since expanded to become ...
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Shampoo Assistant
Hair CutteryBethesda, MD
As a Shampoo Assistant, you will:+ Earn hourly compensation a fun and friendly environment+ Gain insight into salon life, preparing you for your career as a licensed StylistAND, IT DOESNT STOP THERE+ Ongoing training, Career Path opportunities, Flexible Schedules and a Unique Culture thats ALL ABOUT THE PEOPLE!
Full-time
Last updated 11 days ago
Salon Manager
Hair CutteryHampstead, MD
Be a Leader at Hair Cuttery or Bubbles and help Salon Professionals experience their greatest potential!
Last updated 5 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist / Cosmetologist
Hair CutterySaint Cloud, FL
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Last updated 4 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist / Cosmetologist
Hair CutteryHaddon Township, NJ
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist - Excellent Career Growth
Hair CutteryBear, DE
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Assistant Salon Manager
Hair CutteryWilmington, DE
Start your career with Hair Cuttery or Bubbles today!
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Hair Stylist
Hair CutteryVero Beach, FL
• Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Hair Stylist
Hair CutteryWoodbridge, VA
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Salon Manager - Leadership Training Available
Hair CutterySpring House, PA
Start your career with Hair Cuttery or Bubbles today!
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist / Cosmetologist
Hair CutteryRomeoville, IL
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist - Excellent Career Growth
Hair CutteryExton, PA
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Licensed Hair Stylist / Cosmetologist
Hair CutteryLansdale, PA
Current cosmetology or barber license applicable to state requirements
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
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