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    Raffi Jewellers is a family run company and home to the most prestigious luxury brands in the world. Whether commemorating a special event, expressing love or admiration, or building a personal collection, our guests come to us for the perfect piece. We love being in the business of creating cherished memories and forging lifelong relationships with our guests. We are honoured to play a small role in your special occasions. And we vow to do everything we can to help elevate special moments to the exceptional.

    Raffi Jewellers is looking for a full-time Goldsmith at our Flagship Boutique in Cambridge to take-on a dynamic and rewarding career in luxury jewellery and watches. Training and professional development are especially important at Raffi Jewellers and we look forward to watching each team member embrace new roles and blossom in their careers.

    Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Repair jewellery by replacing broken clasps, altering ring sizes or resetting stones
  • Record completed work, ensure system is updated and that client bag is stored in the correct location
  • Compute the costs of labour and material for new pieces
  • Prepare estimated (or support the preparation of estimated) for repairs
  • Coordinate the drop off/ delivery of repairs from other stores/manufacturers
  • Change batteries or other on-demand client service requests
  • Shape metal to hold the gems when making individual pieces
  • Create jewellery from gold, silver and precious gemstones on specific direction
  • Solder pieces together and insert stones
  • Clean and polish jewellery as needed
  • Create custom orders at the request of the CEO
  • Follow security policies

  • Requirements:

  • Post-graduate degree in Goldsmithing
  • 5-10 years experience repairing and manufacturing jewellery

  • Environment:

  • Fast-paced work environment
  • Luxury brand retail
  • Career focused
  • Clean, well-ventilated workshop

  • Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Company paid benefits package after six months of full-time employment
  • Professional development encouraged
  • Training assistance program
  • On-site parking

  • Applicants can apply by email at

  • Raffi welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Savoy’s Jewellers is expanding our team and seeking a full-time goldsmith to join our in-store jewellery workshop in Sault Ste. Marie Ontario.

We are looking for a goldsmith with the following qualifications:

- minimum 3 years experience

- proficient in jewellery repair and specifically ring sizing, prong re-tipping, stone setting and all types of general jewellery repair.

Salary 38,000 - 60,000 and will commensurate with experience.

About us: Since 1952 Savoy's jewellers has been northern Ontario's leading family owned and operated jewellery store with two locations serving the area. Our jewellery department offers all aspects of repair and production.

Please contact Nicholas Rosset at

P.T. Diamonds Inc. a family owned and operated diamond wholesaler is currently seeking a customer service and business development candidate. The successful candidate should: 

  • have high level of discretion and honesty, with experience in handling highly sensitive material 
  • be well organized with the ability to work independently in a dynamic, fast-paced environment 
  • multi-task, prioritize workload and have solid decision making skills. 

Experience in diamond and jewellery industry is a plus. 

Please send your resume to 

 As part of George Brown College’s ongoing efforts to deliver industry-leading, applied education, the School of Fashion and Jewellery Studies is pleased to announce that students in the one-year Gemmology program will be made available to help out employers during this academic year.

The program:

With students being asked to volunteer a minimum of 8 hours during the year, we would appreciate your participation in providing volunteer opportunities with your event/company.  All we ask is that you fill out a brief evaluation of the student’s performance once their hours are complete.

Work-Integrated-Learning, also known as Field Education, is an integral and defining characteristic of a George Brown education, which has proven to be successful for both industry and students. With the introduction of this new applied learning opportunity, we hope to continue this tradition of win-win scenarios for our partners.

If you are interested in participating in our program, or if you have any questions, please feel free to connect with us.  We would love to send you eager, motivated students, who are looking to make a difference.

Click here for additional details on the program.

Jewellery Studies, George Brown College

Field Program Contact:

Michelle Walc

Field Education Coordinator / School of Fashion & Jewellery Studies 416-415-5000 x6469


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