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Bench Jeweler, Full-Time
Posted April 13, 2017
Melanie Casey is seeking a detail-oriented bench jeweler, who is eager to learn! This full-time position will be responsible for ring resizing, post and necklace assembly, and bringing raw castings to a final polish. This position will be Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week with optional over time. Pay rate will range based on experience from 14 to 20 per hour.
- Gold soldering
- Ring resizing
- Sprue removal
- Cleaning and polishing castings
- Willingness to learn and adapt to a fast paced production environment
A little bit about us at Melanie Casey:
Our fine jewelry collection is entirely handmade here in our North Andover, MA based showroom and studio. We work in 14k gold right now and will be adding platinum to our offerings in the spring. Our shop is very small, but we are growing rapidly. We are currently looking for a sixth jeweler to join our team. Training will be provided, led by our highly skilled head jeweler who has many years of experience and an impressive background. We believe in the benefits of technology and quality tools to produce the best possible quality of craftsmanship, so our jewelers have access to some of the best technology in the industry. We have recently converted to a paperless environment with each jeweler working from their own dedicated iPad, and we are always looking to become more streamlined and productive.
The bench jewelry position will be full time, 40hours, Mon-Fri. Optional overtime is always available. Tasks of the job include removing sprues, grinding and cleaning up castings, and hand polishing initially. We do not have a polishing buff, so nobody ever gets stuck at a polishing machine for the day! Since this is a production environment, cast cleaning and polishing will always be part of the job, but as the role continues, we will add more training. Even though it will take a long time, the ultimate goal is to have every jeweler trained to bring a design from raw casting, to sizing, stone setting, and polishing. Pay will be based on experience and skill set.
This position is ideal for someone who wants to be in production jewelry as a long term career, and will be able to take advantage of the combined years of business and jewelry-making experience at Melanie Casey. We are looking for patience, enthusiasm, and the willingness to go the extra mile to learn a new skill.
A cover letter and updated resume are required to be considered for this position. In your cover letter, please let us know why you are a great fit for this position!
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