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#1

Hi to everyone

Is there any special website dedicated to Jobs in the jewelry biz?

I am a 30yrs old swiss male and would like to get a new job in the Asian
region or the USA. I am in the jewelry biz for the last 4 years and spent
about 2/3 of my time in Asia and the other time in Europe. I have been
working for the probably largest jewelry mail order company in europe. I
was in charge of the purchasing, production and the newly started
wholesale business.

Would be glad to receive any hints which might help me to find a job in
the near future.

Thanks

Roland


#2

Dear Roland

In the message archives I found an outfit called “Craftsmen Recruiting
International”. E-mail: recruit@silversmithing.com Web:
http://www.silversmithing.com/recruit They had posted a number of jobs in
the U.S. By the way, I nearly moved to Basel Switzerland 10 years ago, to
open a little jewelry department in a craft school.

Good luck! Tom Tietze
The Artisan Workshop
Fresno, California


#3

Hi Roland ,

Yes !, there are sites with employment opportunities , try…

http://www.diamonds.net/employ.html
http://www.jewelrysources.com/cgi-localbin/classi/classi.cgi?

Hope this helps
Ahmed Shareek


#4

Tried a personal reply but get repeated error msgs. Anyway we are custom
goldsmiths located in the Berkshires of Massachusett. Like to see your
resume.

Richard W. Wise


#5

Is there any special website dedicated to Jobs in the jewelry biz?

Yes, there is a site that lists jobs for the silversmithing and jewelry
industry: http://www.silversmithing.com/recruit/

If they do not have the position you are looking for listed, maybe you can
contact them and see if you can list your request on their site.

Good luck,

Jill
@jandr
Jill Alessandra Jewelry
http://members.tripod.com/~jilk/


#6

Here are two great resources:

If you are anywhere near New York City, there is a must attend event
Friday, July 17th, 1998 at the Jacob Javits Center called Career Fair
’98 that is exclusively for the gem and jewelry industry.

There is a (slow loading) web page detailing the event located at
www.giaonline.gia.edu/public/cf_home.htm or you can register to
attend by sending an email to Vivianne Del Signore - vdelsign@gia.edu or
telephone her at 760-603-4000 ext. 4065.

Also, there is a job list database at www.giaonline.gia.edu

In order to use it you first have to have to contact GIA’s Career Placement
Assistance Department. Email Richard Nehls - rnehls@gia.edu for details on
how to get access the web page.

You can also telephone him at 760-603-4000 ext. 7301 if you prefer.

Best regards,

James Marker
GIA Online