Job Opp: Bench Jeweler at Luisa Graff Jewelers

Bench Jeweler

About the Job

We're looking for the perfect combination of artist and metalsmith. Are you enthusiastic, disciplined and proud of your craft? Are you flexible, creative, professional? If you're skilled in working precious metals and gemstones, have a fine eye for quality and custom design and want an opportunity to showcase your ability and handiwork, YOU may be the right person for us!

If you truly love what you do, but are looking for growth, development and appreciation...If you're ready to be a long term, important part of a respected, quality focused organization, we've got the PERFECT situation for you!

Please send your resume to hrluisagraffjewelers@gmail.com .

Job Summary

Company
Luisa Graff Jewelers
Location
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Industries
Retail
Job Type
Full Time
Employee
Years of Experience
2+ to 5 Years
Education Level
High School or equivalent
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary

Competitive pay, commensurate with experience
Contact Information
Luisa Graff Jewelers
Phone:  719-260-0100
Fax:  719-260-1312

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