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Hiring Dublin Beauty Therapists for NEW Clinics

December 28, 2018

Hiring Dublin Beauty Therapists for NEW SISU Clinic Ranelagh

Welcome to SISU Clinic!

SISU is opening new clinics soon! So of course we are now hiring Dublin beauty therapists for our newest location in Ranelagh.

You probably already know this if you saw SISU featured on FORA’s list of Top Irish Companies to Watch in 2019.

And if you read what FORA had to say about us, you also know this: SISU’s growth means more talented people have the opportunity to join one of the most innovative aesthetic clinics in the industry.

 

Why Is SISU Hiring Dublin Beauty Therapists?

Firstly, we are hiring for several roles within SISU Clinic in Ranelagh. (Are you an experienced front-of-house/receptionist in Dublin? We’re hiring those, too! Click here for details.)

But of course hiring Dublin beauty therapists will be integral to our newest clinic’s success.
Please note that only fully-qualified beauty therapists need apply for this role.
Click here to read the full job spec and to apply online.

hiring dublin beauty therapists at SISU Clinic, like Melissa O'Neill in Cork

Melissa O’Neill, SISU Clinic Cork advanced laser treatment technologist and skin therapist

What Kind of Person Does SISU Hire?

SISU’s model is patient-centric, meaning our patients are at the centre of everything we do. In short, SISU patients can never be ‘too happy’ with their SISU experience. That’s why the genuine friendliness and empathy of SISU team members like advanced laser therapist Melissa O’Neill, CIDESCO-qualified beauty therapist Kelly Kwok, and head of house Helen Cambridge count for so much.

So whether it’s a fully-qualified beauty therapist/aesthetician, one of our resident medical doctors, or a retail manager, SISU team members share several commonalities:

  • Firstly, we all strive to exceed patients’ expectations.
  • Secondly, we all know that the entire SISU team plays a role in building trusting doctor/patient relationships.
  • Thirdly, all of us are energised and inspired by the transformations we see our patients experience. We are thrilled for them, and grateful to be part of their metamorphoses.
  • Finally, we know that showing genuine warmth is hugely important. Being friendly is not optional; it’s who we are.

To sum up: SISU is more than work to us. This is a meaningful opportunity to help people boost their confidence, hold themselves in higher esteem, and realise exactly how much they are capable of achieving. Plus you get paid a competitive salary with generous employee discounts and other perks.

Sound like a wonderful way to work? Take it from all of us – it is! Click here to read the full job spec and to apply online.

 

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