Working-Health and Beauty logoWorking-Health and Beauty is very pleased to announce that we are now offering beauty treatments at our salon at Spirit Health Club, Holiday Inn Guildford. Treatments available include:

  • Dermalogica Facials
  • Waxing
  • Manicures and Pedicures with Jessica nail products
  • Spa Days and Pamper Packages

More treatments will be available soon and our new website, www.workinghealthandbeauty.co.uk, dedicated to the beauty therapy part of Working-Health, will shortly be up and running. Meanwhile you can find out what we’re up to by liking our new Facebook Page.

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Working-Heath and Beauty LogoWorking-Health will soon be offering beauty therapies at Spirit Health Club, Holiday Inn Guildford, and so we’re on the look out for two qualified part-time Beauty Therapists.

Vacancy Description

As a suitable candidate you will be:

  • qualified to NVQ level 3 or equivalent, although those with NVQ level 2 may be considered
  • available to work 10 – 30 hours per week
  • driven to provide excellent customer care
  • have first-rate interpersonal skills and good technical ability
  • be confident in working alone, although training and support will be provided.

Competency in facials, manicure, pedicure, waxing, brow treatment and massage is essential. Training in Dermalogica and St Tropez tanning is an advantage.

Contract Details

This position will be offered on a contract, self employed basis in the first instance. However, it is probable this position will become permanent in the near future. Salary band: £7.00-£9.50 per hour, dependent on experience, + bonus scheme and other benefits.

Interested?

Please email your CV and covering letter to Katherine (Beauty Manager) at katherine@working-health.com.

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I walked the Thames Path 50km Challenge!

October 29, 2012

A month ago my sister-in-law Jackie and I got up incredibly early for a Saturday morning, headed to Bishops Park in Putney and registered for our Thames Path Challenge 50km walk. We all know the importance of warming up before exercise and so we had Jet from Gladiators (remember her?! remember Gladiators?!) lead us through […]

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Meet our new team member, Jo Powell

October 17, 2012

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Jo, a Senior Physiotherapist, to the Working-Health team this week. Jo graduated from Brighton University with a BSc (hon) in 2008 and has since worked for the NHS and the private sector both in the UK and Australia. She has also recently travelled to Kenya to improve physiotherapy […]

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Working-Health and The Performing Arts

October 11, 2012

We’re delighted to announce that Working-Health will be providing Physiotherapy services for up and coming performance arts school Performance Preparation Academy (PPA), in Guildford, from this week. Katherine used to work for British Association of Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM), helping to deliver specialist health advice to actors, musicians, dancers and singers, and since leaving in […]

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Training for The Thames Path Challenge

September 27, 2012

Having walked The West Highland Way in May I decided I needed another ‘event’ to encourage me to keep up the exercising and weight loss, so I, along with one of my sisters-in-law, signed up to walk the 50km Thames Path Challenge in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support – a charity close to both our […]

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2012 Paralympic Games Begin Today!

August 29, 2012

The opening ceremony for the 2012 Paralympic Games begins in a few hours. In case you’ve been on another planet for the last year, The Paralympic Games, held in the same location as the Olympics since the 1988 Seoul Olympics, are a chance for the world’s top disabled sports men and women to compete internationally […]

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Bill passed to allow Physiotherapists to Prescribe Medication

August 1, 2012

Physiotherapists will soon be able to prescribe important medicines by themselves, without a doctor being involved. This is a positive step to help improve patient care and will also benefit Primary and Secondary Care Trusts by helping relieve pressure on GP’s and other doctors. See more on this by clicking on this BBC link. Image: […]

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Patrick’s non-stop 48 hour swim

June 13, 2012

Patrick’s going for a swim again! Patrick Fitzsimons, the Manager of Spirit Health Club at the Holiday Inn Guildford, swam for 12 hours in 2009. He swam for 24 hours in 2010 and yes, he’s doubled it again! This year he’s going to swim non-stop for 48 hours! He’s going to attempt to break the world […]

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My 2012 training

January 23, 2012

I’m walking the West Highland Way with five friends in May this year. Glasgow to Fort William – 106 miles – in seven days. This is my first sustained long distance walk. It’s going to be tough, so in preparation I’ve: lost weight – a stone so far with more to go, by eating less […]

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