BioIdentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Specialist job in New York at Scansinavian Skincare Systems LLP

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy Specialist

Company: Scansinavian Skincare Systems LLP

Location: Broadway UK

Date Posted:Mar 12, 2018

  Scandinavian Skincare Systems UK  Job Vacancy Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (‘BHRT’) Specialist Job Profile:Scandinavian Skincare Systems’ MÖ Aesthetic Clinic in the Cotswolds is preparing for the introduction of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) and is looking for an Aesthetic Practitioner or Cosmetic Nurse with specialist experience in this field.  In addition, candidates for the position should be familiar with non-surgical cosmetic treatments include: anti-wrinkle treatments by injection including non-invasive skin-tightening;deep hydration treatment via NASHA (non-stablised Hyaluronic acid);skin-booster, laser and intense pulsed light (IPL); laser hair reduction/removal;dermaroller; lip enhancement; cool-sculpting; chemical peels; and microdermabrasion. Main duties and responsibilities                  Work closely with our in-house medical team, dermatologists and aestheticiansto provide and offer non-surgical services.                  All practitioners are accountable for maintaining and updating client records while the client is present; recording date and time of agreed proposal and documenting results from the previous session as well as noting down the planned forthcoming treatment(s).                  All practitioners are responsible for patient care, assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of treatments to ensure the best outcomes for the client.                  All practitioners must ensure the storage, administration and ordering of skin-boosters and other injectables; as well as prescribed products in accordance to company policies and guidelines.                  All practitioners must undertake and participate in relevant audits within the non-surgical clinic and to ensure that stock levels are maintained and recorded to ensure that the appropriateand efficient use of supplies are being administrated.                  AllPractitionersmust take responsibility to attend training sessions and keep up-to-date with all clinical and professional developments.In addition, all practitioners:                  are responsible for the development of a client base within the non-surgical department.                  work as part of a non-surgical team that provides the highest level of patient care.                  practice independently on all non- surgical treatments in line with company policies and protocols. Hours and Working EnvironmentTypically working circa 40-hours per week (dependant on demand).Upsides and DownsidesThe work is incredibly rewarding for those who are commercially minded and are passionate about aesthetic treatments. The non-surgical industry is highly competitive; with the marketing drive encouraging and enlisting the help of variable mediums to tap into the consumers psyche.As non-surgical treatments continue to become increasingly popular and there is an ever-increasing demand for BHRT techniques, new developments and trends; and there is also a need to reflect on the most effective non-surgical treatment/product range for the consumer as well as for a business/commercial success. Skills and Personal Qualities                  Professional - must adhere to a strict code of conduct at all times.                  Organised - must be highly organised and responsible for their own work.                  Be empathetic and uphold confidentiality - not all clients are the same and most want to be treated with as much tact and prudence as possible and all practitioners must be aware of this.                  Must be friendly/approachable and trustworthy - it is essential to build rapport with clients to enable the practitioner to fully understand what procedure the client wants, what treatment is most suitable and how it will benefit their overall treatment plan.                  Honesty and knowing your limitations - clients always appreciate if you are able to say that you cannot perform a treatment, it is always best to be realistic. With so many options and choices for other non-surgical treatments, you can recommend another or refer them to a more experienced colleague.                  Current - it is essential to always be up to date with topics concerning non-surgical treatments/procedures.Entry RequirementsYou must have previous experience with administering Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (‘BHRT’) treatments.Industry accreditation will be required. Salary and BenefitsThe salary offered is £30,000 + commission. Opportunities and ProgressionOnce you have gained experience within the field of aesthetics as a BHRT Specialist, you can further develop your career by:                  Teaching BHRT techniques and visiting many clinics keeping them up to date on developments.                  Opening your own business – Though challenging, this is incredibly rewarding.                  Becoming an Events Speaker – Reach out to thousands of people, increasing awareness.                  Setting up Blogs, forums and write editorials or lend your service as a technical writer.  View full job description
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