Since 1884, Breitling has established itself as a pioneering brand with a global reputation for high-precision timepieces, the development of the wrist chronograph, and an uncompromising commitment to its design values. With its storied association with aviation, Breitling has shared the finest moments in humankind’s conquest of the skies. Renowned for its spirit of innovation, it has also earned a place of privilege in the worlds of science, sport and technology. Breitling manufactures its own movements in-house and the quality of every watch is confirmed by its status as a COSC-certified chronometer, made in Switzerland.

An exciting opportunity exists for a Watch Technician to join our world renowned team of watchmakers in Sydney.


Reporting to the After Sales Service Manager, the Watch Technician is required to perform various technical operations during the watchmaking process for all Breitling products.

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Main Duties

Technical operations involved in the watchmaking process :
•Dismantling the watch cases
•De-casing and re-casing the movement
•Movement exchange
•Dial & hands setting
•Fit new seals, pushers, crowns, glasses, dials and hands as instructed.
•Water resistance testing
•Timing/testing and quality control on various products
•Any other duties and reasonable requests, as required by the After Sales Service Manager.

Principal Responsibilities

•Reading the job card to ensure the customers’ requirements are met.
•Ensure all tasks are carried out using techniques and tools according to Breitling standards.
•Ensuring that all spare parts used are allocated to the correct job.
•Ensure all relevant paperwork is appropriately filled out, attaching any required testing documentation, before passing the work to the next steps.
•Ensure you are contributing to your unit’s productivity, whilst adhering to Breitling standards of quality, lead time and cost.
•Ensure you adhere to appropriate local regulations.
•Ensure you understand and promote the company values.



•Watchmaking certificate preferred but not essential.


•Previous experience in watchmaking preferred. Candidates with experience in a similar industry and a desire to work in watchmaking will also be considered.
•Knowledge/interest in Swiss watchmaking.

Personal skills:

•Good hand-eye coordination.
•High levels of concentration.
•Attention to detail.
•Self-motivated, well organised and able to work as part of a team.
•Able to manage targets and deadlines.

Please send your resume and cover letter to: or via SEEK. Thank you.



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