Reference Code:  102452

Jewellery Polisher

London, LND, GB

Fixed Term

The story of Cartier is founded on audacity and passion. For more than 170 years we have embraced a bold, pioneering spirit that continues to inspire our teams across all Métiers from our boutiques to our workshops and corporate offices. Our 9000+ colleagues of 105 nationalities are united by a shared independent spirit and commitment to excellence, striving to continuously enrich our Maison’s heritage by pushing the boundaries of creativity.


Jewellery Polisher

Fixed Term Contract until the end of March 2025



The Jewellery Polisher will report to the EAW Workshop Manager and support both the Lead Polisher and the workshop team.

The main responsibility will be to polish, refinish and clean gold and platinum repairs, alterations and production orders that flow through our workshop on a daily basis. Experience in rhodium plating will also be necessary. You will work alongside the Lead Polisher to organise the work flow and meet daily targets.

  • Polishing and cleaning of repairs, alterations and production orders
  • Rhodium plating
  • Making sure the daily practices within the polishing workshop are safe and compliant
  • Working with the team to make sure that our high quality standards are continuously met.
  • Perform interim quality control of your own work before the products are transferred into final control
  • As part of the team, work together to meet daily targets and keep the workflow moving efficiently
  • Keeping the workshop area clean, you apply and ensure all health and safety compliance requirements are met



  • Background in High Jewellery production, capable of working to a very high standard
  • Full understanding of all polishing techniques (including threading) and have a general understanding of how jewellery is manufactured and how various mechanisms work  
  • Precise and meticulous, always strives for perfection
  • Good communication skills and work well as a team.
  • Ability  to adapt and make changes to workflow in order to prioritise urgent orders
  • Strong self-initiation in planning and problem solving
  • Traditionally trained jewellery polisher
  • Previous experience working in a high jewellery workshop
  • Experience working with gold, platinum and precious gemstones



Our true power does not lie in our similarities but in the rich diversity of our arts, cultures, and human skills, as well as our specific ability to foster untapped potential.
- We value freedom, collegiality, loyalty, and solidarity
- We foster empathy, curiosity, courage, humility, and integrity
- We care for the world we live in



We aim to provide a valuable recruitment process, allowing you to gain exposure to some key decision makers and influencing individuals:

  • Initial screening call with Richemont Talent Team
  • Interview with the Hiring Manager
  • Interview with the HR Manager

Learn more about life at Cartier

Richemont owns several of the world's leading companies in the field of luxury goods, with particular strengths in

jewellery, watches and writing instruments. Cartier joined the Group in 1988.

Learn more about the Group Richemont