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Expiry date:
29 Mar 2019
Salary:
£25,000 per annum

Junior Fine Jewellery Gemmology Graduate Role

Pluris

One of London's most prestigious luxury jewellery boutiques based in Mayfair is looking for a junior sales assistant with a keen interested in fine jewellery to join team. Previous jewellery experience NOT required - you will receive full training However

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Expiry date:
29 Mar 2019
Salary:
£25,000 per annum
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
Contract
Industry:
Retail
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Helping you find a career as a Retail jeweller

Retail jewellers both sell and promote jewellery to their customers. From watches, to rings, to necklaces and bling, they sell it all, and more.

Retail jewellers have to know their products well and be confident in dealing with customers. There are multiple paths to entry including apprenticeships.


What does a Retail jeweller do?
You will:
  • Sell a range of jewellery and products

  • Advise and inform customers

  • Arrange window displays and display cabinets

  • Use IT systems

  • Gift wrap goods

  • Repair and adjust products

  • Value jewellery or previous metals or gems

  • Design and make items (though not typically)
What skills and interests should an Retail jeweller have?
  • Practical skills and good hand-eye coordination

  • Able to build a rapport with customers

  • Confident in arranging displays

  • Maths skills

  • Patience and attention to detail
What hours does a Retail jeweller typically do?
Retail jewellers typically work 37 to 40 hours a week including weekends. Overtime and part-time work are not unusual.
What environment is a Retail jeweller based in?
A jewellers shop, either a high street chain or a smaller independent jewellers.
How much does a Retail jeweller get paid?
Junior employees can expect a salary in the region of £16,000 to £22,000 per annum while more experienced retailers may receive £25,000-£35,000 and may earn commission on the goods they sell.
What qualifications does a Retail jeweller need?
There are no specific requirements but knowledge of retail, customer service and the market is helpful and apprenticeship schemes exist.
Useful subjects to study at school & university
Market specific degrees or degrees in business and retail.
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