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Hello Bay Area health care professionals,
We are offering a few unique and rewarding health care positions for the right individuals. You will be working with hair and treating primarily children and the occasional parent. Some travel to clients homes is necessary as most treatments are performed in-home. We have Part-time positions available, please review below for details on the compensation differences.
-Part time, 15-30 hours per week to start (flexible hours, you tell us when you are available to be on-call)
-We pay by the hour, on a per job basis (you choose your schedule, and you only work when there is a client)
-Base pay is based on qualifications, plus travel expenses (including tips, good technicians average $40-$50/hr).
Raises available after 3 months, based on performance.
You have either worked before, or work now in one of the following fields:
• Healthcare (Dental Assistants, School nurse, HHA, CNA, phlebotomist, CNA, RN, CHHA, LPN, Homecare, Care Coordinator)
• With Children (Pre-school, Childcare, Baby Sitter)
• Full-Time Domestic Specialist (stay at home parent, home school, housekeeper)
This job requires pleasant, articulate, confident problem solvers, who enjoys helping people when they are in need. You will work with families (kids and adults) who are stressed. The job is great for CNAs looking to make more money for less work, nurses looking for more income or a homemaker re-entering the workforce.
We have to perform a criminal background check, so if there is anything we might find out please tell us ahead of time.
If you have questions or want to know more, we can talk when we contact you once we have your application. You are more than welcome to check out our website: https://www.organicliceguru.com/
Click the link, fill out the form and upload your resume – https://organicliceguru.com/job-opportunities-head-lice-technician/
Please make sure to include an updated resume or CV for consideration. Thanks!
To Apply to this job Please go to website address given in Source below