Vortic Watch Company
NOTE: Interviews are currently paused for this role as we have several great candidates in the final interview process. Please apply anyway to be considered for our next opening.
Vortic Watch Company is in need of another full-time watchmaker to work with our team in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Vortic salvages and restores antique American pocket watch movements and converts them into one-of-a-kind wristwatches.
The watchmaking position involves every step in the process from meticulously restoring the antique movements to assembling all the wristwatch components. Watchmakers are responsible for properly fine-tuning and adjusting the movements, expertly fitting and securing dials and hands, building the complete watch, and all standard quality assurance procedures.
A 4-day workweek is available from 7 am to 6 pm Monday through Thursday, or the watchmaker may elect to work a more traditional 5-day schedule Monday through Friday.
All work is done in Vortic's professional clean room environment in Fort Collins, Colorado. Requests for relocation assistance will be considered on a case-by-case basis. All positions are salaried with benefits.
Starting salary is typically $60,000 but will depend on experience. 3-5 years of watchmaking experience and a deep understanding of antique American pocket watch movements is preferred but not required. On-the-job training and apprenticeship are required for the first 6 months at a minimum regardless of experience due to Vortic's unique business model.
NOTE: experienced watchmakers should apply to this job. If you have not sat at a watchmaking bench and repaired wristwatches as a job before, please apply to one of our other roles.