We are looking for an experienced CAD jewellery designer to act as a full-time design assistant to Stephen Einhorn.
Based in our Islington studio, you will be working closely with Stephen Einhorn and the rest of the team, including our in-house jewellers and bespoke staff.
This will be a varied role in which you will assist with all aspects of jewellery design. The successful applicant must be proficient in a range of software and must also have experience operating a CNC milling machine.
An eye for detail and a good design sensibility is also essential.
You will need to: - Develop a good working relationship with the workshop. - Prepare files for CNC milling/3D printing. - Accurately translate designs from concepts to 3D models.
Skills needed: - Experienced Matrix / Rhino user. - Experience operating a CNC milling machine (Preferably Revo Mill). - In-depth Knowledge of 3D printing and the jewellery production process. - Knowledge of other relevant software such as ZBrush, Photoshop, Illustrator is a bonus. - Traditional drawing and jewellery making skills are also a bonus. - An eye for detail and good design sensibility. - Jewellery design or relevant degree. - The applicant must have at least 3 years experience.
Please do not apply for this job if you do not have the relevant skills.
This job will start on 3rd October, and should you get through the interview process you will be required to do a trial day the week before.
We are a fast growing and very individual company, who work hard but we also have a great family atmosphere.
Salary based on experience.
After a probationary period there is a staff discount.
To Apply Please email a covering letter explaining why you want to work for Stephen Einhorn along with your CV to email@example.com
Please note: Applicants must hold the right to work in the UK.
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