Fashion Jewelry Product Development Assistant

Kenilworth Creations
Warwick, RI, USA
Posted 9 hours ago
$65,000 — $75,000 / year
Full time

Job Title: Fashion Jewelry Product Development Assistant

Company: Kenilworth Creations

Location: Warwick, RI

Job Type: Full-Time, Entry Level

Are you passionate about fashion and have a keen eye for jewelry design? Do you have a strong desire to contribute to the development and creation of fashion-forward jewelry pieces? If you answered yes, then we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team as a Fashion Jewelry Product Development Assistant.

At Kenilworth Creations, we are a well-established fashion jewelry brand known for our innovative designs and quality craftsmanship. As a Product Development Assistant, you will play an integral role in our product development process, assisting in the creation and realization of our latest jewelry collections.


- Collaborate with the product development team to assist in the design, development, and production of fashion jewelry products.

- Conduct market research and trend analysis to identify emerging fashion jewelry trends, materials, and techniques.

- Assist in creating sketches, technical drawings, and specifications for new jewelry designs.

- Source materials and components from suppliers and manufacturers, ensuring timely delivery and maintaining relationships.

- Aid in the coordination and organization of product sampling and prototyping, providing feedback for necessary revisions.

- Help maintain accurate records of product development, including specifications, samples, and design iterations.

- Support the quality control process by assisting in inspections to ensure product standards are met.

- Stay updated on industry trends, competitors, and market demands to contribute fresh ideas and insights.


- Detail-oriented with excellent organizational and time management skills to handle multiple tasks.

- Strong communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.

- Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities and meet deadlines.

- Proficient in design software such as Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator) or similar tools.

- Knowledge of jewelry production processes, materials, and techniques is a plus.

- Previous internships or experience in the fashion or jewelry industry is preferred but not required.

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