Key responsibilities include:
Contributing to the effective movement of client repairs while maintaining a level of quality and turn-around time acceptable to the client.
Ensures that gold stock, findings, and loose stones are properly maintained and accounted for by accurately completing paperwork and properly storing materials.
Properly spends supply expense dollars by maintaining adequate inventory levels without excess.
Contributes to maximizing the financial return of precious metal recoveries (hard scrap, filings, sweeps, vacuum bags, etc.) by following proper asset recovery procedures.
Adheres to all safety-related procedures to reduce the risk of accidents.
Ensures consistency in communicating repair information by assisting in training store associates concerning repair policies and procedures.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Associate’s degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school, two to four years related experience or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience
Advanced knowledge of jeweler’s tools, machinery and equipment required along with advanced jewelry repair knowledge
Ability to be a good decision maker with strong problem-solving skills required
Must be detail oriented
Strong communication skills
Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays