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We are hiring - 2 Part-Time Jewellery Makers

August 18, 2021

We are hiring - 2 Part-Time Jewellery Makers | Lulu + Belle Jewellery

We Are Hiring 

Two Part-Time Jewellery Makers  

Position One:

30 hours a week - 6 month duration 

We are looking for a part-time jewellery maker to join our small team.  The ideal candidate is someone who has jewellery making experience, either in a commercial or home based workshop and who is used to having tools in their hand every day.  This is a busy workshop and speed and attention to detail are required. 

The ideal candidate will have the following skills: 

  • Experience using a flex shaft tool for drilling, finishing and polishing
  • Soldering and finishing soldered components
  • Forging and wire wrapping 
  • Ability to work with very small components 

We are looking for someone bubbly and out-going who isn't afraid to ask questions and who can work well within a team. 

Flexibility around working hours will be required during our busiest times and some Saturday work may be required in November and December.  

To apply, please send us a brief CV and cover letter outlining your experience to info@luluandbelle.com by 1st September. 

Position Two: 

20 hours per week - 6 month duration 

We are looking for a part-time jewellery maker to join our small team.  The ideal candidate is someone who has jewellery making experience, either in a commercial or home based workshop and who is used to having tools in their hand every day.  This is a busy workshop and speed and attention to detail are required. 

The ideal candidate will have the following skills: 

  • Experience using a flex shaft tool for drilling, finishing and polishing
  • Soldering and finishing soldered components
  • Forging and wire wrapping 
  • Ability to work with very small components 

We are looking for someone bubbly and out-going who isn't afraid to ask questions and who can work well within a team. 

Flexibility around working hours will be required during our busiest times and some Saturday work may be required in November and December.  

To apply, please send us a brief CV and cover letter outlining your experience to info@luluandbelle.com by 14th September. 




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