Lead, monitor, and analyze the daily operations of the salon establishment under their care. The salon manager will be responsible for sustaining a healthy, positive team environment, and ensuring that service operations are delivered smoothly.
Salon manager will also handle employee scheduling to ensure there are enough service providers to meet customer demand.
Lead Employees to Success:
It’s the job of salon managers to cultivate a quality team and maximize their staff’s potential.
Salon manager will set individual team member goals and objectives and make sure that staff adhere to company policies and procedures as well as monitor staff performance and provide guidance for growth.
Market the Salon and Build Clientele:
Salon manager will take charge of quickly building a salon’s client base.
Their goal is to encourage customer retention and increase repeat visits from patrons.
These leaders track and review client retention data and adjust the company’s service strategy as necessary.
Salon manager will implement marketing activities and carry out a promotional calendar to increase sales productivity.
Salon Manager Education and Training:
Atleast grade 12 certificate is mandatory and licensure in cosmetology or relevant salon services is an added advantage.
At least one year of management experience and two years of salon experience.
Candidates with previous sales coaching or retail experience are even more attractive.