Licensed Massage Therapist (1375 Pearl Street)

The Pearl Day Spa

Pearl St near 13th Ave.

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compensation: Hourly+Commission+Tips Full-Time Compensation: $3800-$4100 monthly.
employment type: full-time
job title: Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)
The Pearl Day Spa has been serving clients in the Eugene area since 2001. Our mission is to provide compassionate service to enrich your life. We are a health and community focused spa. The historic building we call home is bright, cozy, and welcoming for both clients and employees.

Before applying for this position, please review the job description and position details on our website at https://www.thepearldayspa.com/jobs

We are seeking a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) with a wide range of modalities to grow and thrive with our close knit spa team. Our opening is for 4-5 permanent shifts per week. A full-time therapist sees approximately 12-20 clients per week and spends 20 massaging hours per week with additional time spent on setup, cleanup, and charting for total weekly working hours of approximately 27 hours.

We offer:
- Very steady clientele.
-Full health insurance benefits (medical/dental/vision) for full-time employees
-3 Months of annual medical/natal/family leave
- Performance-based compensation with quarterly bonus potential
- Friendly and positive working environment.
- Flexible schedule.
- Great trade opportunities to experience and learn from other practitioners and receive spa services.
- Paid time off
- Annual continuing education credit
-Minimum of 10 free or reduced cost documented CE hours per year


The most important factor for us when hiring is ensuring a great team fit. This means we have a mix of staff members with a spectrum of experience in their respective fields, unified by our desire to be of service to our clients and community at large.

Your skillset and responsibilities:

First and foremost, be the person you want to work with! You must have the desire and ability to create transformative experiences for clients on a consistent basis. Whether you are answering the phones or providing services, consistently superior service is key in creating experiences that clients want to return to, again and again.

You understand that, while we are in a healing and helping industry, long-term success means being aware of industry realities such as maintaining strong client retention, meeting goals, monitoring relevant metrics, and balancing day-to-day operations with an eye toward long-term plans.

A willingness to be an active participant. Whether it’s attending meetings, writing a blog post, or problem-solving something with us, your success and satisfaction will be equally as determined by your level of participation as as our role as an employer. Teams operate as teams, not as individuals.

You’re inspired by the greater good. You recognize that nothing exists truly independently of anything else. We are a business that exists in a community. We are both supported by and give support to that community.

You can communicate clearly and directly. Our industry is one of limited 1-1 interactions with other co-workers–this means recognizing the importance of communication. The greater our flow of communication, the greater our overall success.

You aren’t afraid of the uncomfortable. Discomfort means growth. Whether this manifests as a challenging conversation with a peer or supervisor, finding our edge of discomfort in a supportive environment is the path to success.

You can admit a failure or mistakes and recover quickly. Mistakes and failures happen constantly. Success should not be measured by the presence of a failure but by how quickly you can recognize what didn’t work and move on to the next step.

Inspired to perform and achieve. If goals scare you, we won’t be a good match. If feedback scares you, we won’t be a good match.

Coachable. Often the biggest roadblock to our growth is our own pride. You have the ability to maintain a beginners mindset, accepting constructive critical feedback from clients, peers, and supervisors alike.

To provide massage to the clients of the spa & maintain confidential and thorough client records. Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue. Massage therapists use touch to relieve pain, help rehabilitate injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients.

Considering the above, our interview process involves a few touch points that allow our existing team to get to know you. Our goal is a great team fit. At each point in the interview process we will be sure to inform you of the next steps and who they will be with to ensure you feel both informed and prepared.

Your interview process will begin with a CEO phone call. This lasts about 30 minutes and you can think of it as a preliminary “getting to know you.” We will discuss your work history, skills, and why you are looking for a position with us. We will also ask you a few story-based questions, so be sure to have your thinking cap on! Depending on our schedule, expect this to occur within 1 week from first being contacted.

If you do not make it further in the process, we will notify all candidates as such.

If you do move onto a second interview, what that looks like will depend on the position for which you are being hired. In the case of practitioners, this will include some additional Q&A time as well as performing a department-appropriate service on one of our team members. Depending on our schedule, expect this to occur within 1 week from first being contacted.

If selected to move forward, a job offer will be extended to you, at which point you may choose to meet with the CEO to discuss in more detail the position, pay, benefits, and expectations.

Upon accepting a position you will begin the hiring and onboarding process!

Thank you for your interest in The Pearl Day Spa, please take a moment to look at our website: www.thepearldayspa.com
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