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Jewellery Designer CV Template + Tips and Download

Tip: Use the Jewellery Designer CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Nicola Vance

18 Richmond Road
Ipswich
KA22 8UA
Mob: 079 6633 8955       Email: nicola.vance@live.co.uk

Personal profile statement

I am a hardworking, hands-on and creative Jewellery Designer looking to use my passion for and experience in accessorising to further pursue a career in this area. I have unique experience in crafting, designing and styling a variety of materials (textile, wood, gold, silver and precious stones). I have previously worked with some of the best creative designers in London, which has given be a deep insight into the industry.

Achievements

  • Managed the styling of outfits at a runway event during London Fashion Week
  • Designed and produced a dress which was bought by a local actress for filming
  • Experienced in working with a variety of materials

Education

2012 – 2015Fashion Design BA (Hons) London College of FashionGrade achieved: [2:1]

Relevant Modules:

  • Practical Design and Creation of Garment Project
  • Contemporary Fashion Culture
  • Researching and Analysing Current Fashion Trends
  • Advanced Fashion Skills
  • Properties of Gold, Silver and Diamonds
  • Professional Development and Communication Skills

2010 – 2012
Results: Graphics: A Art: B Media: B
A LevelsExeter College of Art and Design
2003 – 2010
Results: 11 GCSEs at Grades A*-C.
GCSEsExeter High

Work experience

May 2015 – PresentJewellery Designer         Smith & Sons

Main duties performed:

  • Designing and making specially made earrings, bracelets, rings and necklaces
  • Creating unique jewellery sets for clients
  • Conceptualising prototype products and presenting it to the clients
  • Using SolidWorks and other design software to produce 2D and 3D images
  • Exploring new materials and following the latest trends in the industry
  • Reworking designs based on customer feedback and consultation
  • Pitching product ideas to potential manufacturers
  • Checking stock and ordering in items and materials when required

Oct 2014 – Apr 2015Stylist             London Fashion House

Main duties performed:

  • Styling the models in preparation for photo shoots
  • Planning outfits and executing the look
  • Listening to the client and fully understand the customer specification
  • Analysing the shape and the skin tone of the model to find an appropriate outfit
  • To be available to make any last minute adjustments at the request of the client which requires having back up designs prepared

Feb 2014 – Sept 2014Sales Assistant           Highbury Boutique

Main duties performed:

  • Helped customers find appropriate outfits by understanding their body shape and the occasion (weddings, parties, etc.) for their purchase
  • Created fun and attractive window displays to increase customer interest
  • Maintained the appearance of the shop floor
  • Learned how to upsell by offering the customers suitable accessories to complement their current purchases

Qualifications

  • Level 2 Certificate in Design and Craft – Accessories (City and Guilds)
  • Crafting rings, necklaces and bracelets (On the Job Training)

Skills

  • Outstanding communication skills as a result of listening to the client and coming up with solutions that meet their requirements
  • Innovative and creative which has been enhanced by my previous work experience and lasting passion for fashion and jewellery design
  • Excellent research and analytical skills as a result of keeping up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the industry
  • Able to analyse an outfit and understand which accessories would complement it
  • Able to work in a high-pressure environment and under tight deadlines

Hobbies and interests

I have always been passionate about fashion and enjoying blogging about the latest fashion trends and developments. Additionally, my other hobbies include reading, volunteering at charity events and going out with my family and friends.

References

Mr Paul Newman
Manager, Smith & Sons
Address: 7 Blue Ln, Chester, CK8 1YT
Tel: 0743 6743 7996
Email: paul.newman@live.co.uk
Mrs Claire Powell
Supervisor, Highbury Boutique
Address: 19 Mill Rd, Kendal, KN19 2AP
Tel: 0770 6764 7899
Email: claire.p@gmail.com

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Tips

  • Design Skills: To secure a job as a Jewellery Designer you need to demonstrate on your CV that you have excellent designing expertise and the ability to use computer programs for this purpose. If you haven’t got any experience in this field, it is recommended that you do some voluntary work in this field or related fields. Additionally, you could also take up designing as a hobby and mention that at the end of your CV under “Hobbies and interests.” Remember: any little improvement to your CV, no matter how small, can make a real difference.

Good Luck!

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OVERVIEW

  • SALARY RANGE
    £15.000 – £25.000
  • ENTRY
    Work Experience
  • WORKING HOURS
    37+ hours per week

Competencies

  • Design Skills
    Producing excellent jewellery designs that meet user requirements
  • Attention to Detail
    Ensuring that no “small details” are overlooked during the design and creation process
  • Customer Service
    The ability to provide a unforgettable customer service experience
  • Creativity
    Ability to “think outside the box” and come up with novel solutions
  • Hands-on
    Having hands-on experience with using digital programs, physical tools and equipment
  • Caring
    Ability to care for and empathise with patients’ needs and requirements

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