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Watch repairers are highly skilled professionals who are passionate about watches and have expert knowledge on their mechanism. Watch repairers take on simple watch repair jobs such as changing the batteries and replacing the spring bars or they may complete highly complex and intricate repair jobs such as making mico-adjustments, rebuilding mechanical movements or lubricating the tiny mechanisms inside the watch.
You must complete a certificate course in watchmaking and repair to be hired as a watch repairer. No employer will hire you without this certification. You must also have outstanding manual dexterity and precision skills with the ability to work deftly with tiny mechanisms. Watch repairers interested in advancement opportunities can choose to complete an advanced certification course in any horological specialty such as mechanical watch servicing, automatic or watch repair, timing balances or adjusting Swiss escapements.
At the interview for a watch repairer position, be prepared to answer questions about why you chose this particular career path and what kind of experience you've had. Your interview will want to know what types of watches you've repaired and the exact nature of the work you performed on them. They may also give you a watch to assess your work. Check out watch repairer mock interview questions to find out what other questions you can expect at the interview. This will help you be more prepared for the interview.