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Hairstylist / Cosmetologist
Salon SalonFort Collins, CO
Beautiful and modern Fort Collins salon seeking a licensed stylist to add to our team.
Hair Stylist
Salon SalonFort Collins, CO
· Cosmetology school certification
jobsearcher.com/articlesEducation Level Vs Education Required For Job Fort Collins Co
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CEC is unique in that our middle school and high school build on the common goal of preparing students for either college or a career when they graduate.
Hair Salon Receptionist
Salon SalonFort Collins, CO
Hair Salon Receptionist Job Summary
$12 - $15 an hour Full-time
Salon Receptionist
Salon SalonFort Collins, CO
Salon Receptionist responsibilities include: greeting customers upon arrival answering questions about services via phone, email or in person and processing transactions.
Full-time
Hair Stylist
Salon Salon Fort CollinsFort Collins, CO
⦁ Cosmetology school certification
$40,000 - $80,000 a year Full-time

Company: salon salon in Fort Collins, CO

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