HAWAIIAN EXPERIENCE SPA
Licensed Massage Therapist (Healthcare)
The Hawaiian Experience Spa concept was brought to Arizona in 2007 by our founders after they studied massage in Hawaii. We have since expanded and currently have a spa in Scottsdale, Chandler and Goodyear with more opening soon! We are the number one rated day spa in the Phoenix, AZ area because we commit to our ‘ohana (employees) and our ‘ohana commits to helping fulfill our Spirit of Aloha Commitment. The commitment not only involves us all helping the guests, it equally involves us helping each other.
Our Spirit of Aloha Commitment
To provide an exceptional relaxation or therapeutic spa experience to every guest every time. To provide an exceptional, rewarding and enjoyable work experience to our 'ohana (employees) by treating them like partners, not commodities. To spread the Spirit of Aloha so more people, both guests and 'ohana, can benefit from the Hawaiian Experience.
As a Hawaiian Experience Spa Massage Therapist your main role is to provide an exceptional relaxation or therapeutic spa experience to every guest every time. Since we offer our guests a large selection of services ranging from therapeutic to relaxation to spa treatment experiences, you will have lots of variety throughout the day. Full time therapists have opportunities to learn spa operations to prepare you for any career path in the spa industry.
Responsibilities and Duties for Massage Therapists
Qualifications and Skills
Pay, Benefits and Perks
COVID-19 and Safety
Long before the current situation, Hawaiian Experience Spa's number one concern has been the health and safety of our ‘ohana. Providing a positive work experience is one of our three key tenants and is shown in our Spirit of Aloha Commitment above. Some of standard our safety practices include:
During this pandemic we have, of course, enhanced some of our safety measures by adding HEPA air purifiers to every treatment room and all rooms without a high degree of air circulation, upgraded our the air filtration in our HVAC units well beyond the levels that are recommended by the CDC, increasing cleaning frequency, staggering appointments, maintain common area social distancing, etc. While we cannot change the nature of the close physical contact inherent with our profession, and cannot eliminate all risks, we believe our ongoing safety protocols make for a safe and healthy work environment. Visit our Safety Page for more details.