The individual at work uses CAD software and tools to produce a range of jewellery designs that are also practical for manufacturing. CAD drawings provide all the information that forms the basis for every stage of manufacturing the jewellery
The individual at work assesses market trends by: Researching the market, taking cues from exhibitions and interacting with customers and designer. The individual develops design concepts, assesses the value of inputs to price jewellery for different budgets, and presents design brief to senior management or client for finalization
Individuals working as assorter have to separate polished diamonds and group them into lots having similar characteristics and reject which are not as per required quality. It is done by looking at the diamond through an eye glass under light and requires experience in spotting similar type of diamonds. Each diamond is assessed according to its characteristics of cut, carat, colour and clarity.
The individual at work counts diamonds and gemstones and puts into a bag as per the product requirement for any given jewellery design.
Individuals working on this job use the weighing scale to weigh all the diamonds entering and leaving all the departments in the company. It can be weighing of individual diamonds or a pack of diamonds. Each department in the company has its own stocking or stock control department, where all the stock in that department is maintained and tallied. Hence weighing is done after every process.
The individual works with hand and machine tools to make specialised jewellery of gold using engraving (naqqashi) and embossing or repousse method. The individual is also makes specific tools for embossing. It is a highly technical and creative job role.
The indivdual works with numerous hand and machine tools to remove sprues from the cast jewellery piece; rectify casting defects such as porosity, blisters, bubbles, and cracks; and assemble the final jewellery components meant for linking.
The individual at work allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educates them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output, manages team and systems, carries out performance appraisal, ensures safety of the diamond, and interacts with other departments in order to produce lots of polished diamonds as per company?s objectives and customer?s requirement and delivers on time
The individual at work ensures that the jewellery piece manufactured is as per design and defect-free before allowing it to be dispatched to the customer.
The individual in the jewellery retail store manages a section of sales counters, mostly, of similar product categories, e.g., gold section, or diamond section. The individual is responsible for the sales at the sections and also the performance of human resource working there. Sometimes, the individual and may also manage the store alongside the Store Manager
The individual allocates work to subordinate workers, trains and educate them, instructs about the job to be performed on daily basis, checks quality of output and interacts with other department in order to ensure quality output of frame and components of jewellery as per production planning and deliver on time.
The individual at work uses drilling machine and different types of drill bits or needles to create even holes through the finished gemstone to make it ready for threading.
The individual works with high-speed and angle-indexed rotating scaife machines with diamond or steel laps in order to grind facets on, mainly, transparent gemstones.
The individual works with high-speed rotating scaife machines with diamond or steel laps in order to give the pre-shaped gemstone the final shape as per planned weight and size. Final-shaping determines the shape, size and weight of the final stone.
The individual works with high-speed rotating machines with metal scaifes and buffs to produce a fully finished stone.