Responsibilities include: fitness and beauty programs on board have to be promoted, passenger and beauty treatments have to be scheduled, Cosmetologists duties include: hair styling, manicures, facials and makeovers.
The hairstylist works in the hair/beauty salon and provides for passengers (and sometimes at special hours for the crew) professional hair coiffure and hair treatment. He/she assists the beautician with sales and cleaning duties.in the salon/beauty area. He/she is responsible for all equipment, (cleanliness and maintenance) used in the salon and all cleanliness in the salon. He/she must work according to all health, sanitation rules and regulations. He/she must participate in the mandatory safety drills
Masseuse / masseur
The masseuse/masseur works usually for a concession such as Steiner. He/she works in the beauty-area/ massage room. He/she works for both passengers and crew. (crew at special hours and sometimes at crew tariff) He/she provides massage therapy, facial and body massages according to the latest techniques. He/she sometimes assists in the beautician area. He/she maintains a high standard of cleanliness in the massage room. He/she has an understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in mandatory safety drills.
The beautician is supervised by the beauty salon manager. The beautician’s duties include beauty therapy for passengers, facial massages, manicure, and pedicure. The beautician must have an understanding of U.S.P.H., rules and regulations on board. The beautician must participate in all mandatory safety drills onboard.
Assistant beauty salon manager
The assistant beauty salon manager is supervised by the salon manager. The assistant beauty salon manager assists the beauty salon manager is daily operations in the salon. He/ she plans requisitions, makes work schedules, is responsible for manning. He/she makes sure that there is a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness in the salon. He/she must understand the U.SP.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in mandatory safety drills.
Beauty salon manager
The beauty salon manager has overall responsibilities for the entire salon onboard. He/she arranges appointments with passengers. (at special hours crew, officers and staff can make appointments to visit the salon). He/she responds to special requests from passengers. He/she is responsible for: manning schedules, work schedules, administration, sales and purchases of hair and beauty products, co-ordination of storing, loading and unloading of hair and beauty products, controls of inventories and sales administration. He/she has overall responsibilities of salon equipment and maintenance and of beauty salon equipment. He/she makes sure that there is a high level of hygiene and sanitation rules in the beauty salon. He/she has a well understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills