Tiffany & Co. is one of the most legendary brands in the world today. With a history that spans back to 1837, Tiffany & Co is a jeweler and specialty retailer, whose merchandise offerings include an extensive selection of jewelry, as well as timepieces, sterling silverware, china, crystal, stationery, fragrances and accessories. Tiffany & Co. operates a manufacturing facility in Cumberland, RI where jewelry products unique to our company are crafted by a diverse workforce.
Tiffany offers our employees the resources they need to be successful in an environment that recognizes and rewards creativity, innovation and dedication. We take great pride in helping each of our employees design an exciting future within our enduring tradition of excellence. At Tiffany & Co. an inspired career is life’s best accessory.
You will learn to create objects of timeless elegance though our structured training program consisting of 12 weeks of classroom training on 1st shift followed by an additional 12 weeks of on the job training on 2nd shift. After successfully completing this program, you will be promoted to a Jeweler-Shift 2.
- Work safely at all times by consistently following safe work procedures for jewelers, as well as all safety procedures required at your work-site. Promote safety by making suggestions for improvement and promptly reporting all incidents and safety issues to your team leader.
- Participate in Tiffany & Co. jeweler training program learning to create and/or repair precious jewelry using precious metals with and without simulated gem stones, while learning Tiffany and Company quality and production standards.
- Ability to transition skills to precious stones.
- Work in a team environment maintaining a positive and respectful work place. Comply with Tiffany & Company policies and procedures while maintaining professional conduct at all times. Participate and carry out all assigned tasks and any other team requirements.
- Pass a bench assessment (conducted on-site)
- Ability to communicate
- Ability to be trained and learn jeweler techniques and processes
- Ability to read blue prints and understand quality requirements
- Ability to be flexible and work as part of a team as well as an individual
- Able to work in a production environment
- Able to speak, read, and write basic English
- High School or GED
- Previous experience working with fine jewelery
- Ability to work non standard hours and overtime during peak business periods