Requirements for the role

  • Handmake platinum and gold jewellery
  • Mounting new stock and bespoke piece
  • Set, polish and finish to a high standard
  • Repairing, resizing and jobbing
  • Altering existing stock and customer pieces
  • Excellent laser skills
  • Problem-solving, finding solutions to designs with a creative approach to challenging and unusual projects
  • Ensure jobs are completed on time, including working to tight deadlines
  • Ensure effective and appropriate use of workshop materials
  • Ensuring that all job details are correctly recorded
  • As part of the workshop team to ensure cleanliness and good working order of the workshop and all machinery.
jewelry repair


  • Team-oriented
  • High standard of work
  • Precise attention to detail
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines
  • A minimum of 5 years experience working at the bench in a fine jewellery house or working on fine jewellery
  • Excellent hand-making fine jewellery skills
  • A recognized apprenticeship in goldsmithing or a relevant degree/diploma level qualification in jewellery making would be preferred but practical experience is the main criteria
  • Versatility and the ability to work flexibly on a wide range of products.

Reporting to Jewelry Workshop Manager

About Weir & Sons

Weir & Sons pride themselves on being an iconic, renowned family-run business, with fourth and fifth-generation family members currently at the helm.

The Weir & Sons of the 21st century is a business which combines the talents of vibrant staff with the tradition of quality and service of days gone past. We pride ourselves on maintaining a wide diversity of luxury goods, catering for all budgets and tastes, with designs of the highest quality from leading brands around the world.



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