Jeweler Apprentice Job Description Sample
Bench Jeweler / Apprentice Jeweler - Signet Jewelers - Marketplace Mill Creek - Buford, GA
We are also looking for candidates with knowledge of stone setting, sizing, polishing and jewelry repair. Working with our team gives you the opportunity to advance from beginner to artisan in a unique promote-from-within environment. At Signet Jewelers, you'll use your talent to design stunning, one-of-a-kind, custom jewelry or restore jewelry to its original, breathtaking beauty.
Our Design & Service Center Team Members are dedicated to delivering a Customer-First experience that exceeds our customers' expectations for custom jewelry design and repairs. Desired
Chain and clasp repair Re-tipping prongs Setting stones Creating stone mounts Performing channel and platinum rebuilds Performing minor ring repair and other jewelry repairs Wax carving Fabrication Casting Custom design and creation of pieces Position
1-3 years Bench Jeweler (or relevant) experience in skilled trades working with fine metals Excellent organizational skills & detail orientation Customer service minded individuals with a high standard for quality work Basic computer skills Hours may vary by location A Sampling of Our Total Rewards:
Technical Repair Classes to enhance your bench skills District Manager Training Benefits including medical, dental, vision and prescription insurance (full-time Team Members) 401(k) with company match Stock Savings Plan Paid vacation Paid holidays (full-time Team Members) Tuition reimbursement Merchandise discounts Signet Jewelers has over 200 Design & Service Centers throughout the United States, located within all Jared The Galleria Of Jewelry and select Kay Jewelers and Zales stores. Signet Jewelers is an equal opportunity employer committed to promoting diversity at all levels. Please know that while we appreciate every applicant's interest, we can only contact those selected for further consideration. SDL2017
The Tiffany & Co. repair jeweler performs repairs and alterations for new and customer owned jewelry. The jeweler works with all common metals, including platinum, and gemstones as well as specialty materials like leather or Rubedo.
The jeweler is expected to perform repairs using standard jewelry techniques including stone setting, soldering, laser welding, fabrication, assembly, gluing, enameling, finishing, hallmarking, etc. The jeweler possesses a deep knowledge of jewelry materials including metal assay and gemstone identification and sensitivity. The jeweler understands workshop safety and ensures risks are minimized.
Perform repairs and alterations and repair estimates on all assigned orders according to Tiffany & Co. standards: Quality
Complete all craft work according to Tiffany quality and design standards; read, understand and follow written repair instructions and seek clarification when needed; inspect all assigned orders for additional defects and note, repair or escalate as appropriate; perform "specialty craft work" (e.g. complex setting, enameling) as appropriate to skill set and work mix. Productivity
Meet or exceed established productivity standards based on work mix and role. Organization
Maintain assigned orders in an organized fashion ensuring that due dates are adhered to; report any late or potentially late orders to administration or management. Maintain an accurate log of all assigned orders as specified by management.
Request any needed parts, consumable material, tools or supplies according to established procedures; maintain all assigned parts, metals and scrap in a secure and organized fashion and according to established procedures. Knowledge and development: Develop deep Tiffany & Co. product knowledge including but not limited to designers, collections, materials, methods of manufacture and repair techniques.
Proactively seek and apply new skills and techniques that result in quality, safety or productivity improvements. Proactively share skills and techniques with coworkers; actively collaborate with coworkers, administration and management in problem solving and process improvement. Occupational health and safety:
Comply with all health and safety requirements including personal protective equipment, hazardous material handling and disposal, machine guarding, ergonomics, etc. Maintain a safe workstation free from risks. Immediately report any safety incidents, including "near misses", to management.
Service center support: Provide assistance as needed throughout the center; perform alternate craft work as needed and as capable; assist administration with workflow management; participate in special projects. Contribute to the safe and efficient operation of the workshop; assist in cleaning and maintaining common areas and equipment; report any worn, broken or unsafe tools, equipment and supplies; identify and report any gaps in workshop infrastructure.
High school diploma or equivalent Minimum 2 years experience as a production or repair jeweler, stone setter, silversmith or goldsmith, with experience in all aspects of jewelry making or repair Successful completion of a Tiffany & Co. jewelry repair bench test Verbal and written English language skills Preferred: Experience in micro-pave setting Fine arts degree in metalsmithing or related area Technical school diploma Craft or technical course work (e.g. trade association training seminar) Ability to operate laser welder, laser marker, water torch and computer-operated technical equipment Graduate gemologist or previous GIA course work Jewelers of America or other technical certification Multi-lingual, especially Japanese, Cantonese, Korean or Spanish Req #: 32418 External Company Name: Tiffany & Company External Company URL: http://www.tiffany.com
Jewelry - Jeweler
- Jeweler Location:Haslet, TX, United States-Alliance Ctr-West 1701 Intermodal Pkwy Job ID:1023670 Date:November 24, 2017 Job Description General Description Are you an experienced Jeweler looking for your next challenge? Would you describe yourself as a skilled Jeweler being able to provide excellent quality and customer service to JCPenney stores and customers? Well…come join the new JCPenney this might be the position for you! Come be a part of a team that is changing the face of retail forever. The Bench Jeweler role is to provide the highest quality repairs in a timely manner to support JCPenney store sales and meet our customer’s expectations. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Performs precision sawing.
Performs simple clasp replacement.
Performs jump ring soldering and solders wedding sets together.
Performs stone work:
Resets round precious stones into existing seat.
Stone tightening of prong set stones.
Works with and explains characteristics of all precious stones.
Works with and explains characteristics of all semi-precious stones; properly selects and pulls stones for repairs
Properly sets Pear and Oval shape stones in all types of settings. Sets skills of bead set and nick set stones.
Performs all aspects of engraving using Computerized Engraving equipment.
Maintains comprehensive knowledge of the Jewelry and Watch System (JAWS); performs operations of moving repairs and produces reports for status updates, as needed.
Performs repair services:
Sizing of rings (up and down 4 sizes maximum)
Repair and install safety chains
Pin replacement on bracelets
Advanced clasp repair
Earring post installation and repair
- Installation of sizing beads Basic
Must possess basic understanding of jewelry repair techniques and demonstrate working knowledge with stone setting, finishing and the latest techniques in jewelry repair.
A demonstrated ability to apply techniques pertinent to work assignments.
Familiarity with equipment or tools used in the repair, cleaning, polishing, or reconditioning of jewelry.
Must possess a high level of manual dexterity, and have a keen attention for detail.
Must possess knowledge of all tools, proper care and maintenance procedures; properly prepare gravers, forming and sharpening.
Understands/uses proper torch control techniques.
Maintains organized work environment: Repair bench and local work area should be sustained by the 5S principles (Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain), knowledge of the 8 wastes (“DOWNTIME” – Defective Production, Over Production, Waiting, Not Engaged Associates, Transport, Inventory, Motion, Excessive Processing) and participates in collaboration and innovative problem solving. Previous Experience:
Minimum 3 years Technician experience, with at least 1 year experience as Senior Jewelry Technician. Job Title:Jewelry
- Jeweler Location:Haslet, TX, United States-Alliance Ctr-West 1701 Intermodal Pkwy Job ID:1023670 J.C. Penney Company Inc. Plano, Texas
Bailey Banks and Biddle Jewelers is seeking candidates for the position of Master Jeweler. In addition to performing jewelry maintenance and repair, the Master Jeweler will be responsible for the jewelers shop and maintaining all equipment. The ideal candidate will be an expert at basic sizing, soldering and prong setting in gold and platinum, gold and platinum jewelry manufacturing and casting, custom jewelry design and precious stone setting.
The Master Jeweler works closely with the General Manager to achieve jewelry shop financial objectives and to assume a leadership role in supervising and training the bench jewelers. Successful candidates will work well in a team environment, communicate effectively and have a strong work ethic. The Master Jeweler position requires working some evenings and weekends.
Since 1832, Bailey Banks & Biddle has provided unparalleled customer service in the jewelry industry. At Bailey Banks & Biddle we are passionate about creating extraordinary and lasting experiences for our customers. Join our team today!
Colormasters, a prestigious New York jewelry manufacturer, is hiring experienced candidates for our jewelry department. Experience with Platinum and 18K is a plus.
We are looking for a full time jeweler.... He must be experienced doing all types of jewelry repair. It would be good if they had some design experience and casting experience.
We are also looking for a watch repair person.......Being able to work on high end watches is a must.......
Utilizes knowledge and experience to perform moderate productivity repairs. This position will perform training programs and techniques to various bench repair associates.
- Performs prong replacements.
- Performs chain repair which may require advanced repair techniques.
- Conducts sizing (up and down) for merchandise of all sizes.
- Performs replacements- New head, Hinge joint, Shank replacement, Set and repair Invisible Diamond Settings, Rebuilding of ring channels
- Knowledge and maintenance of Laser Machine.
- Performs settings:
- Properly sets Marquise and Baguette shaped stones in all types of settings
- Setting skills to include shared prong, pave, and bezel set stones.
- Keeps work in a clean orderly and safe condition and follows prescribed equipment maintenance and shrinkage control procedures.
- Ability to work overtime when required due to work load
- Must have the ability to multi-task and want to learn many functions of Jewelry Repair
- Very good communicational skills. Must be able to be demonstrate and teach new repair methods, within the Jewelry Repair Industry.
Minimum Position Specification Guidelines:
- Ability to apply techniques pertinent to work assignments.
- Must possess a high level of manual dexterity, and have a keen attention for detail.
- Thorough knowledge of stones/metal and the effect that heat and chemicals have on the merchandise.
Organization, Cooperative, Team oriented, Conscientious and Detailed Oriented
• 5 years or more of Bench Jeweler experience.
Previous Jewelry Repair Training experience.
Receptionist/Executive Assistant For Fine Jeweler
Meet Scott Berger.
He is a custom jeweler whose history in the jewelry business dates back nearly 30 years. He and his wife, Marla, opened the doors at Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry in 2004 -- naming the business after their only daughter (at the time). Since then, they have built a very successful business which is rapidly expanding. With their main gallery located in the heart of scottsdale, and a boutique located in one of Arizona's most prestigious resorts, Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry truly has become Scottsdale's premier destination for fine jewelry.
The day-to-day operations of the business are handled with great attention to detail. The brand is built on a foundation of the highest standards of customer service and unparalleled product quality. Designing and selling jewelry is just a part of what Scott and his team do. They passionately facilitate individualized, warm, and intimate experiences for each and every client. Their clients become their family. The main gallery, where Scott is based, is open by appointment only and Scott is in need of a new Executive Assistant to assist him with his daily operations, such as, scheduling, reception, shipping, customer service, and more.
The ideal candidate has a clean criminal background and experience in luxury environments and customer service; he or she most definitely has an excellent sense of style, sophisticated vocabulary, and is a critical thinker who requires very little supervision to get the job done. Intuition, the ability to multitask, and critical thinking will play a huge role in the success of whomever is hired to step into this position. The potential for growth within the company will be limitless. The turnover with this brand is extremely low--all employees have been on board for at least two years, with the exception of the new bookkeeper who started in February. This position is only open because gentleman who currently fills it is relocating to Los Angeles.
Scott and the team at Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry look forward to a new member of the family!
- Jewelry repair
- Setting stones
Work with white gold, yellow gold and platinum (no silver).
Employee will be joining a staff of 2-3 other jewelers with 40-50 years experienced combined. Store completed over 4,500 jobs last year. Employee will work 40 hours per week, Tuesday thru Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday.
Starting salary is $15-$20 per hour based skill level, with salary advancements easily obtainable, with $65,000 annual potential.
Gary’s brother Donnie opened the first store in the Raytown Plaza Shopping Center. In 1982 the Overland Park store was opened by Gary and Don Joslin, Sr., shortly thereafter closing the Raytown store.
Joslin’s Jewelry has been a neighborhood icon at 95th and Antioch for 30 years!! When you arrive at Joslin’s you are greeted by a friendly staff who is ready and willing to help make your visit a positive experience.
Three openings available immediately
Location: Brentwood, TN
Were are looking for a well rounded jeweler.
Willing to train on casting.
Fantastic Work atmosphere
Well established business which employees 150 employee's
Company services over 3,000stores nationwide for jewelry and watch repair.
2 Jewelry stores and large service/repair center,
*Stringing beads and pearls
Company has 401-K, Medical Benefits, vacation and holiday pay.
Work 5 days a week generally. (Busy season such as Christmas- additional days required)
Pay depends on experience and bench test.
Looking for individuals who want to expand and elevate their careers.
Excellent health, dental, vision benefits
Great place to come to work everyday
Family style company culture work / life balanced
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