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Hair Stylist - Terrell Corners

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Great ClipsKaufman, TX
Full-time
  • Great Clips salon owners are hiring hair stylists!
  • Be one of the GREATS!
  • Make money right away with competitive compensation structures and a guaranteed wage
  • Receive incentives and recognition for a job well done
  • Cut hair for an immediate customer base
  • Get ongoing training and career advancement
  • Work flexible schedules
  • Learn the latest trends and advanced skills
  • Be a part of a team who supports one another and has fun at work
  • Additional benefits may be included and vary by location At Great Clips, we know that stylists like you are most happy when they're cutting hair, so at a Great Clips salon, that's exactly what you get to do!
  • Want to be the best stylist in town?
  • At a Great Clips salon, that can happen.
  • Want to be a salon manager or trainer or a member of an artistic design team?
  • Yep, at a Great Clips salon, you can make that happen, too.
  • Sounds good, right?
  • Then the salon owner wants to hear from you!
  • Do what you love doing with a great brand.
  • Join a Great Clips salon team today.
  • Requirements: Cosmetology and/or barber license (licensing requirements vary by state/province)

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