Model Maker Fiberglass Job Description Sample
Model Maker II
Model Maker II
Designs, develops, machines and fabricates new medical devices, mechanisms and tooling in support of new product development and continuous improvement activities. Works with Physicians, Design Engineers/Teams, and independently to rapidly produce concept and functional prototypes and mechanisms.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Uses basic and advanced machine shop practices in conjunction with established engineering and machining practices to complete the required tasks.
Work with Design Teams, and priority list, to manage assigned projects, action items, scheduled labs, meetings, and project milestones.
Works with various levels of detail from concept sketch up to detailed engineering drawings.
Set-up and operate mills, lathes, grinders, welders, EDM (wire & sinker), CNC conversational mill, laser marker, laser welding, etc.
Make 3D printed models for concept development.
Works on projects of varying complexity from component design up to completed device.
Is involved in the earliest phases of new product related engineering projects, where creativity or ingenuity is normally required.
Works with Designers and Engineers to develop and manufacture new surgical instruments and tooling by fabricating prototypes, functional mechanisms and molds.
Review Drawing/Sketches to ensure functionality and manufacturability.
Maintain area equipment, gauges and tooling by execution of calibration, preventative maintenance and general housekeeping practices/procedures.
- 5 years of CNC machining/set-up/programming experience required.
Expertise with CNC machining, CAD/CAM, 3D Printing, prototype molding, orthopedics, arthroscopy, and manufacturability.
High school diploma with hands on machine shop experience.
Knowledge of basic and advanced machine shop principles.
CONMED Corporation is a progressive, global medical device company. Through thoughtful leadership, innovation and team work, we are changing the future of medicine. Our 3,500 employees worldwide make meaningful contributions, positively impact the business, and advance in their careers as our company and product portfolio grows.
We are a leader in Orthopedics, General Surgery, Gynecology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonology, and Anesthesiology and our employees enjoy challenging and diverse job opportunities across these varied specializations. We are headquartered in upstate New York with additional domestic facilities in FL, CA, MA, NJ, CO, and GA. We have an international presence in more than 20 locations throughout Europe, Australia, Latin America, Asia, North America, and the Middle East.
CONMED offers competitive compensation
Excellent healthcare including medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage
Short & long term disability plus life insurance -- cost paid fully by CONMED
Retirement Savings Plan (401K) -- company match dollar for dollar up to 7%
Employee stock purchase plan -- allows stock purchases at discounted price
Tuition assistance for undergraduate and graduate level courses
CONMED is an Equal Opportunity Employer & an Affirmative Action Employer. CONMED is a strong advocate of workforce diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status
Model Maker Intern
Job TitleHasbro Model Maker - InternJob DescriptionDemonstrates competent technical skills and knowledge in delivering a variety of prototype models
at a consistent level of quality and speed. Capable of visualizing a 3-dimensional part from mechanical drawings, hand
sketches or CAD files. Strong skills are required in basic math and trigonometry, use of various hand, machine and CNC
tools, ability to work independently, attention to detail and strong problem solving skills. Knowledge and use of
Prototrak, 2D CAD/CAM systems like SurfCam or MasterCam are desirable. A working knowledge of 3D CAD software
such as SolidWorks would be a plus. There are positions available in both the Toy (RI) and Games (MA) divisions.Salaryn/aType of JobPaid InternshipJob LocationPawtucket, Rhode Island 02861Job RequirementsDegrees WantedAssociatesMajors WantedAny MajorJob Targets WantedAny Job TargetSpecial Skills Wanted Other Job Requirements2 plus years experience in model industry or related field
Responsible for the aesthetic finishing of molded, fabricated, or RP created parts, clean up and assembly of
urethane castings and preparing parts for decoration.
Responsible for the development of a variety of products that include conceptual models, engineering
breadboards, mechanisms, check models, tooling quality patterns and highly detailed functioning show samples,
utilizing hand tools, conventional machinery, and CAD/CAM software
Communicate with engineers, designers and marketing personnel to give value added feedback that would
enhance product development.
Gives support to Sales/Marketing groups for play-tests, commercial shoots, presentations and trade shows.
Support will include but not limited to, traveling to maintain samples on location, working on displays, and sample
pack-out and coordination.
Performs other duties as responsibilities necessitate or as assigned.Company InformationCompany NameHasbro, Inc.Employer Web Sitehttp://www.hasbro.comCompany DescriptionHasbro (NASDAQ: HAS) is a global play and entertainment company committed to Creating the World's Best Play Experiences.
From toys and games to television, movies, digital gaming and consumer products, Hasbro offers a variety of ways for audiences to experience its iconic brands, including NERF, MY LITTLE PONY, TRANSFORMERS, PLAY-DOH, MONOPOLY, LITTLEST PET SHOP and MAGIC: THE GATHERING, as well as premier partner brands. The Company's Hasbro Studios and its film label, Allspark Pictures, are building its brands globally through great storytelling and content on all screens.
Through its commitment to corporate social responsibility and philanthropy, Hasbro is helping to make the world a better place for children and their families. Learn more at www.hasbro.com, and follow us on Twitter (@Hasbro & @HasbroNews) and Instagram (@Hasbro).Equal Opportunity EmployerYes
This position provides programming and technical support for CNC machine tools, assists in troubleshooting production problems on all machining processes and makes recommendations for changes which improve quality, reduce cost and lead times. Assists with the design and development of tools and fixtures for new and existing operations. Provides assistance in coordinating and scheduling work for the model shop.
Machine and assemble new parts and fixtures.
Modify or rework existing parts or fixturing due to design changes or tool wear.
Measuring of completed items to insure compliance with provided specifications.
PM of model shop equipment.
Provide input to engineers on ways to increase manufacturability of product designs.
Participate in department or cross-functional Kaizens to create impactful change.
Competent with the setup and operation of the following equipment:
oCNC & manual vertical mill
oCNC & manual lathe
oSheet metal Shear
oSheet metal punch and forming equipment
Competent with TIG welding steel, stainless and aluminum
2 years in machine tool technology or equivalent work history.
Working knowledge of micrometers, indicators and other measuring techniques.
Ability to read mechanical drawings.
Ability to open drawings and add or modify dimensions in Solidworks.
Videojet Technologies Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Sr Model Maker - Laser
Join this amazing team where we use leading edge technology to create high precision prototypes out of a variety of materials. You will be joining a highly motivated team, where extensive innovation and collaboration among team members craft a positive alignment.
Problem solving will be key in this environment. In this position you will utilize state of the art CAD/CAM (NX / Cagila) software, CNC machines and laser tools to quickly create professional quality representations of Apple's Industrial and Mechanical Product Designs. This is a think on your feet, prototype environment, there is no better place to do the best work of your career.
You have excellent social communication skills working with designers, engineers, and other lab personnel in a reciprocal team focused environment.6+ years of Prototype manufacturing experience in a dynamic, quality focused environment.Experience with laser welding, ablation, and cutting process parameter development, while working with Fiber and CO2 lasers. Familiarity with Ultrafast (Femtosecond) lasers a plus.A working understanding of 3D rapid prototyping machines.Journeyman level machine operation and setup in a prototyping environment. Multiple disciplines of manufacturing experience desirable.Create quality parts while consistently holding tight tolerances (.002"/ .05mm). Utilize standard methodologies to deftly yield a predictable end result.Ability to work independently on new assignments.
These prototypes will be used in many areas of our company and are very meaningful to the business units. From validating our mechanical designs to building fixtures for reliability teams and even presenting new concepts to the executive management team
2 yr degree or certificate of achievements related to manufacturing or CNC preferred
Model Maker Machinist
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems is seeking Model Maker Machinists to join its Manufacturing team. This position is located in Linthicum, Maryland.
Utilizing both programmed and non-programmed equipment, determine and complete all tooling/manufacturing operations needed in the manufacture of assemblies and models for both production and engineering assemblies. Determine the need for and make all necessary tooling as required.
Requires the ability to use any machine tooling, manual and CNC controlled machine tooling and any machine shop equipment such as, but not limited to lathes, mills, shapers, drill presses, radial drills, grinders, etc. Should have a working knowledge of duplicators and boring mills, multi-axis CNC machinery.
Obtain all necessary information to perform job assignment and report any discrepancies to appropriate personnel. Plan, develop and manufacture all tools/manufactured hardware. Manufacture component parts for complete assemblies. This includes the manufacturing of assemblies that are experimental or developmental in nature.
Assemble or disassemble component parts to make complete mechanical units for engineering (walk up work orders).
Develop methods, fixtures and sequence testing units or equipment, troubleshooting mechanical problems and determine the most efficient method for manufacturing tools and component parts.
Using standard precision measurement equipment must be able to verify that product meets all dimensional requirements and must possess knowledge of geometric tolerances and true position dimensioning.
Develop and maintain the ability to program manual CNC machining equipment utilizing models, drawings or sketches, etc.
Understanding code to modify and/or enhance code for efficiency/affordability (troubleshoot) on automatic CNC machines and report changes to appropriate personnel.
Perform data analysis utilizing a variety of software applications. i.e. SPC, Minitab, etc. to collect and compile data that may be required for design evaluation, failure analysis and/or provide visibility for planning, status, and trends necessary for the Company to develop schedules and forecasts.
Responsible for the set up and tear down of EOS M290 Metal Powder bed fusion machine and supporting equipment of the additive manufacturing process. This includes but is not limited to; Inspecting the Recoater Blade, Removing and Replacing the Recoater Blade, Installing Build Plate, Levelling Build plate, and Inspecting and Cleaning F-Theta Lens Window.
Handling of fine metal powders including the loading and unloading of powder into Metal Powder bed fusion machine.
Perform day to day maintenance of machine and support equipment in support of the additive manufacturing process.
Attend training classes as required to obtain and retain the necessary skills to demonstrate proficiency in, but not limited to, the following machines and/or processes: CNC, EDM, CMM, Black Box, Bridgeport, Lathe, Tolerances.
Interface with appropriate personnel and review various technical manuals to maintain latest state-of-the-art technology.
This is an IUE Union Represented position.
This is a 1st shift position.
High school graduate or the equivalent.
Minimum three (3) years Machine experience.
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Model Maker Senior
You can make a salary. Or you can make a difference. Or you can work as a Model Maker Senior at Herman Miller and make both.
About this Opportunity
As a Model Maker Senior, you'll independently perform and coordinate the building of prototypes, models, and mock-ups to a degree of completion required by Design/Development Teams for proper evaluation and/or presentation. You will work from sketches, layout drawings, completed detailed drawings, and CAD data as available in accordance with a predetermined schedule and/or priorities.
What You'll Do
You'll have opportunities to speak up, solve problems, lead others, and be an owner every day as you...
Lead cost estimating exercises for components and large development builds.
Collaborate on product design solutions with Design/Development to influence the feasibility of production or prototype runs.
Design and build fixtures or molds as needed to aid in the building of models and prototypes.
Develop and/or build models, prototypes, and mock-ups in the most feasible way per customer requirements, goals, and objectives.
Lead in the development and training of the Model Maker Apprentice.
Perform additional responsibilities as requested in support of achieving business objectives.
Perform responsibilities in a safe and organized manner in compliance with state, federal, and company policy.
Maintain professionality in the use of standard modeling techniques, materials, processes, and technology.
Recommend and use materials, methods, procedures, and technology used in building models and prototypes.
Serve as the Lead Model Maker on projects and provide technical expertise, recommendations, and directional guidance to the assigned team.
Take strong ownership in projects and provide vital feedback to customers on completed projects.
Work normally under no supervision.
Sound Like You?
You might be just who we're looking for if you have...
A Journeyman Design Model Maker or equivalent.
Ten or more years of experience in a Design/Development Model Shop.
Sheet metal forming and fabrication experience strongly preferred.
Good competence and creative skills.
Professional knowledge and understanding of and experience working with a variety of materials such as clay, wood, metal, sheet metal, plastics, epoxies, urethanes, and metal castings.
Familiarity with industrial design concepts and processes.
Professional knowledge and understanding of manufacturing processes related to wood, metal forming, and plastic.
Well-developed conceptual, analytical, and communication skills.
A professional understanding of the Rapid-Prototyping and Rapid-Tooling industry and processes.
Professional knowledge of Product View, Solid View, Pro-E drawing and part files, importing and exporting CAD data, and CNC/CAM.
A professional understanding of the modeling technologies and equipment used in CAD/CAM, Product Visualization, and FEA.
The ability to make sound decisions without all relevant data present.
The ability to read and interpret engineering drawings.
The ability to solve problems with a sense of urgency in a fast-paced environment.
The ability to be a self-starter, reliable, motivated in your work, and to work in a team environment.
The capability to work under minimal or no supervision.
A demonstrated ability to effectively use the office automation, communication, software, and tools currently used in the Herman Miller office environment.
The ability to perform all essential job functions of the position with or without accommodations.
Who We Are
At Herman Miller, our unique culture represents the collective attitudes, ideas, and experiences of the people who work here. We focus on protecting the environment, impacting our communities, exceeding the expectations of our customers through high quality products, and championing diversity in all areas of the business, and together we are on a journey toward a better world. We support the well-being of our employees in and outside of work by providing a variety of opportunities including award-winning work-life integration resources, development programs, complex health and wellness offerings, and much more.
Herman Miller is a globally recognized provider of furnishings and related technologies and services. Headquartered in West Michigan, we have relied on innovative design for over 100 years to solve problems for people wherever they work, live, learn, and heal.
Herman Miller is committed to diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer including veterans and people with disabilities.
Model Maker Internship (Summer 2019) (6785)
Who we are:
Steelcase was founded as an office furniture maker, and we've evolved into the global leader in workplace solutions. We apply our insights to the intersection of space, technology, and furniture, helping individuals and teams in leading companies around the world to have a better day at work.
We pursue innovation, strive for sustainability, and develop insights in every part of our business. Watch this video to learn more about us.
Why people choose the Model Shop at Steelcase:
The model shop provides a dynamic, creative and engaging environment. You'll enjoy collaboration and owning individual responsibilities. We strive for you to grow and with our mentoring, we believe you will learn what it takes to be a professional model maker.
You'll learn a wide range of skills and equipment. We'll cross train in all areas of our Model Shop and the related equipment including 3-d printing, wood, upholstery, machining, cnc machining, sheet metal, welding and painting. You'll have the opportunity to work cross functionally with designers, engineers and industry experts. In this reciprocal environment, you will determine the best methods and materials to develop a product.
Who you are:
- Do you find yourself building, modeling or making things with your hands outside of class?
- Do you love looking at sketches and making a 3-d version?
- Are you passionate about building and crafting new things?
- Are your favorite classes the hands-on ones?
- Have you taken courses in: clay/foam modeling, mold making, finishing
Ideal degree: Model making degree
Provide a portfolio
Minimum coursework required: basic power tools classes
General model making skills in a variety of materials: wood, plastic, sheet metal, etc
Previous use of shop equipment (mill, lathe, saws, CNC)
Your Future Team:
You'll be in a holistic learning environment and our goal is to identify top students to hire and train for potential full-time opportunities.
We are proud of our diverse and inclusive workforce, and we're always looking to get better. We value applicants who are comfortable interacting with people different than themselves. Women, people of any race or national origin, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, veterans, working mothers and fathers, and everyone else are all invited to apply.
We seek to find the best person to fill this role and will not discriminate based on race, color, creed, genetic information, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by law.
Tool Die Model Or Plate Maker II
JOB TITLE: Tool and Die Maker - 2nd Shift
Studies specifications such as blueprints, sketches, models, or descriptions, and visualizes product to determine materials required and machines to be used to fabricate parks.
Computers dimensions, plans layout, and determines assembly method and sequence of operations.
Troubleshot die problems to achieve maximum productivity.
Lifts machined parts and positions and secures parts on surface plate or worktable
Smooth flat and contoured surfaces and power grinders, and first and assembles parts together and into assemblies and mechanisms.
Verifies dimensions, alignments, and clearances.
Examines standard or previously used dies, tools, and jigs and fixtures, and recommends design modifications regarding construction and function of part.
Develops specifications from general descriptions for specialty tools and draws or sketches design of product.
Maintains a safe, clean, and organized work environment at all times.
Performance to comply with all company Procedures, Policies, Work Instructions, knowledge of internal and external requirements as well as TS16949 and OSHAS 18001 requirements.
Assist in making improvements to the overall business using ITW operating principles.
Perform other duties as assigned
High School diploma required
Associates degree from a Technical College preferred
Ability to read blueprints and to properly use precision measuring devices to ensure quality.
Knowledge of OSHA requirements to include Electrical Safety, Machine Guarding, and Authorized Lockout/Tagout Procedures.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Visual skills for accessing functionality of equipment and ability to solve practical problems with a variety of concrete variables.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
Understanding and compliance with safety rules and regulations
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to lift and move up to 50 pounds
Fiberglass Process Development Engineer
Johns Manville is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality insulation and commercial roofing, along with glass fibers and nonwovens for commercial, industrial and residential applications. Our products are used in a wide variety of industries including building products, aerospace, automotive and transportation, filtration, commercial interiors, waterproofing and wind energy. A proud member of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies, we serve customers in more than 80 countries around the globe.
This position is for the Engineered Products (EP) Division - Glass Fibers. Engineered glass fibers are manufactured in chopped strands and rovings. EP produces short or long chopped fibers, dry or wet chopped strands used in thermoplastics, reinforce gypsum boards and glass nonwovens. Rovings are manufactured by winding glass fibers directly into a clearly defined tex or yield. Suitable for unsaturated polyester, epoxy, vinyl-ester and thermoplastic resins.
The engineer will be part of the Global Fiber Technology team working in cooperation with Product Development, Innovation and Commercialization (I&C), Sales, Marketing, Operations and R&D. The engineer will work closely with members of our European team and will have some international travel. As a member of the global technology team, the engineer will have a wide range of roles with the principal areas of technical responsibility Choppers/Winders, Ventilation, Packaging and Scrap systems. The engineer will direct and conduct assigned tasks and/or projects including design, trials, evaluations and implementation of technologies. It is expected that the engineer will make recommendations and champion the implementation of improvements in process efficiency and product quality, ensuring that all safety procedures are followed.
Efforts on identifying and sharing best practices within the division manufacturing facilities will be an important part of this role. The engineer will work with a fast-paced multi-disciplined global team, and must be motivated, inquisitive and enjoy keeping abreast of the latest technology trends and can apply these technologies to JM business problems where appropriate. Good critical thinking skills, along with verbal and written communication abilities are needed.
Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify under our relocation policy.
Lead efforts in the areas of furnace cold end process development technologies: Choppers/Winders, Ventilation (HVAC, Dryers, Scrubbers, Baghouses), Packaging (Sorting, Conveyors, Pack Stations) and Basement Scrap Systems
Analyze and develop solutions to engineering problems related to manufacturing equipment and systems
Develop and implement methods and procedures for process control, process improvement, testing and inspection to ensure products are free from flaws and function as designed
Work in combination with plant operations teams, JM Corporate Research and Development, and Division Engineering as required
(education, skills and abilities)
Bachelor's degree in engineering with a minimum of 3 years of experience in a process-focused, technical position in manufacturing
Minimum of 3 years of process engineering experience in fiberglass manufacturing
High level of organizational and time management skills, with the ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple projects
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Supervises/Leads individuals or a project team to achieve milestones and objectives by setting priorities and providing direction.
Experience with fiber forming room processes, the supporting equipment and technologies (Choppers/Winders, Ventilation, Packaging and Scrap systems).
Experience in HVAC systems supporting forming rooms
Experience managing mid-size (up to 1 million dollar) capital projects
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
JM has a long history of sustainable efforts and strives to continually improve our sustainability practices through a focus on innovation, productivity and leadership that ensures we meet the needs of current stakeholders without sacrificing the needs of future generations. For additional information please read our Sustainability Report.
The Model Maker, Jewelry Design & Innovation Workship will support all aspects related to JDIW projects. Primary responsibility will be on physically translating design concepts into reality. The position will focus on ensuring design and product integrity throughout the design lifecycle for all projects flowing through the JDIW. The position will include 5 Key Accountabilities including Prototype & File Creation, Communication, Support for Cross Functional Partners, Collaboration & Leadership, Technology Leader. Functions under each Key Accountability will be compliant with Universal Performance Accountabilities (Strategy, Innovation & Creativity; Execution & Product Excellence; Collaboration & Partnerships; and Expertise & Judgment) and Key Performance Accountabilities specific to the position itself, including Formal Training and Advanced Knowledge & Experience.
Prototype & File Creation:
The Model Maker will interface with Design Creative, Manufacturing & JDIW teams (CAD, Quality & Standards, Engineering) on product functionality, and technical design elements including form, style, details and materials.
The primary function of the Model Maker is to translate Design Concepts into reality by physically constructing mock-ups, prototypes, templates and models (when needed) .
Physically construct Finished Goods Level Physical Models (Prototypes & Mock-Ups) for new products, existing products (reverse engineering), and line extensions based on direction from Design Development and Design, while adhering to project time-lines and delivery dates.
Ensure ALL models created are in keeping with Tiffany best practices and Manufacturing standards (e.g., metal is not too thin for safety or functionality, clasps function, etc.)
In consultation with CAD Production Designers, provide initial direction on component breakout, construction, and methods of fabrication for the Critical Requirements Document
Provide timely and innovative solutions to complex mechanical problems, at any point in the production life-cycle
Adhere to timelines and accurate completion of projects. Communicate effectively to keep team updated on project status, issues, and concerns. Identify potential barriers to meeting completion timelines as soon as they arise
Appropriately manage all WO, Inventory Control and job bag procedures
Establish and monitor individual time-lines, and ensure adherence to overall project timelines and accurate completion of projects.
Identify and communicate potential barriers to meeting completion timelines as soon as they arise. Keep management updated on project status
Communicate effectively to keep team updated on project status, issues, and concerns. Identify potential barriers to meeting completion timelines as soon as they arise
Provide ongoing direction during prototyping and initial sampling phases including but not limited to: Verbal or hands-on direction & clarification; working with CAD Production Designers, Engineers & suppliers to provide alternative manufacturing approaches to align with manufacturing capabilities and still maintain design integrity; Other direction/support as required
Proactively flag critical issues for consideration that may impact design and/or design aesthetic when creating and transferring Mock-Ups, Soft Prototypes, and at any point in the production life-cycle
Proactively flag critical issues for consideration that may impact manufacturing and/or quality of final product (e.g., meeting of tolerances, reliability between 3D FG WIP CAD and final product) when creating and transferring Mock-ups, Soft Prorotypes, and at any point in the production life-cycle
Support for Cross Functional Partners:
Interface with Director, Manager, Designers and cross-functional departments on project direction, review of Concept Art / CAD timelines and issues
Proactively provide mechanical/technical design leadership amongst coworkers. Communicate with JDIW counterparts on risks and opportunities
Archive appropriately, organize and maintain shared files
Support internal and external suppliers as needed by the project team to demonstrate product requirements and techniques
Aid in the creation of Work Instructions for internal and external suppliers
Collaboration and LeadershipLeadership:
Provide initial direction/ advice on construction, methods of fabrication for prototypes, costing and technical documentation.
- Remain current with industry standards and knowledge related but not limited to; Gold/Metalsmithing, and the application/use of advanced materials
Significant Model Making training and experience (with at least 10,000hrs of hands-on model making)
Manufacturing knowledge of jewelry and/or other related industries
Extensive experience working with jewelry materials (e.g., precious metals, and gemstones/diamonds
Significant experience building, repairing, and troubleshooting metalsmithing/materials manufacturing processes while maintaining design integrity
Experience applying formal training/skillset to developing a successful design/collection
Excellent written and verbal communication
Strong team player with a high level of professionalism
Ability to adapt and meet urgent timelines under high demand conditions
Bachelors degree or diploma in Jewelry Design, Jewlery Arts, Industrial or Fashion Design, or Engineering
Formal creative design training and experience, with a high degree of aesthetic sensibility
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