Wallace Bishop has been owned by the same family for over 100 years with outstanding success. A prestigious retailer of the jewellery world, our company thrives on creating everlasting memories for customers through tradition, quality and service.
A unique opportunity now exists for a 1st year apprentice to join our renowned watch workshop based in Newstead. Working with this team of qualified and esteemed watchmakers, you will learn all aspects of the watchmaking industry including servicing Quartz and Mechnical watches and customer service. As part of this four-year apprenticeship, you will also participate in relevant TAFE studies to support your practical experience.
To thrive in this role, you will be someone who appreciates beauty and craftsmanship. An ability to listen to and follow instructions, along with a desire to learn, are essential. Due to the intricacy of our trade, the successful applicant should have superior fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, with enhanced attention to detail. Patience and determination will also go a long way in ensuring we deliver a quality service to our customers.
What’s on offer
This is a great chance to commence an interesting and rewarding career with a company who truly value their staff. Long-term career and development options will be available and the successful applicant shall be compensated in accordance with the Manufacturing and Associated Industries and Occupations Award. Our team is positive and welcoming with an active social club who like to keep things fun. So, if this sounds like the perfect role for you, please send your resume as soon as possible.
Please note – Successful candidates will be required to undertake a range of recruitment assessments including criminal history check clearance.
Your application will include the following questions:
•Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
•Do you have customer service experience?
•How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
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