Todd Reed Inc. in Boulder, CO is seeking a Full-Time Bench Jeweler (Boulder)

Todd Reed Inc. in Boulder, CO is seeking a Full-Time Bench Jeweler (Boulder)

Headquartered in Boulder, CO, we are a luxury design company that specializes in designing and manufacturing fine jewelry. We are currently seeking a full-time Bench Jeweler to work approximately 40 hours per week. More hours may be required during peak production times. This full-time shift runs Monday through Friday, from 9AM to 5PM.

QUALIFICATIONS
Fabrication and stone setting experience is required. Applicant must possess a high level of expertise in stone setting to be considered for this position. The candidate must also be honest, have a strong attention to detail, positive attitude, openness to learning new techniques and be a team player. Due to the nature of this position, a criminal background check may be required as part of the application process.

COMPENSATION
Wages for this position are based on experience, plus benefits and overtime as needed. Our benefits package includes paid vacation/sick time; 100% health care coverage and 401k benefits.

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