Lane Tanner Designs is Hiring!
Jewelry Maker Position:
Lane Tanner Designs is a locally owned small business, based in Honolulu. We create handmade jewelry using original photography of the Hawaiian Islands. The company is run by the husband and wife design team of Morgan Lane-Tanner (Jewelry Designer) and Josh Astern (Photographer). For more info about the company click: http://lanetannerjewelry.com/pages/about-us We are now expanding our Ohana and we are looking for skilled jewelry makers for this part-time position.
Does this describe you?
You enjoy doing intricate detail oriented work
You are a creative individual or artist
You are a student looking for supplemental income
You are a mechanically and artistically inclined crafter
If so, this might be the job for you!
Job Description: The Jewelry Maker will spend their day finishing jewelry pieces such as earrings, necklaces and bangles. They will be wire wrapping stones with fine wire, cutting and attaching small pieces, and packaging jewelry to be mailed to customers and retailers. Our ideal candidate should have previous experience in creating jewelry either as a hobby or a profession. Please list any classes taken in jewelry making for a hobby or for school credit when you apply. We are looking for someone who has an artistic eye and pays attention to detail. Experience in soldering jewelry is a plus but not required.
Has experience in making wire wrapped jewelry
Two years of general work experience
A clean criminal record (a background check will be done on all applicants)
Compensation: Part-time work, 5-15 hours a week. Training period will last approximately two days, pay $10/hour. After that your pay will be increased based on how quickly you can finish projects and recreate designs.
This job is perfect for anyone who is crafty or is an artisan! We are happy to train the right candidate. To apply send a resume or a description of your work experience and two or three photos of your wire wrapping work, sewing or crafting pieces to firstname.lastname@example.org