Jewellery retailer David M Robinson is expanding and restructuring its head office team in 2021, beginning with the search for candidates to fill four key roles.

The advertised positions are for a goldsmith, visual merchandiser, jewellery buyer and a jewellery designer.

DMR revealed the following information on the four roles:


Jewellery buyer
Streamlining the commercial side of our jewellery business, the new jewellery buyer will work closely with John Robinson on ensuring DMR meets the expectations of the modern client.

Adapting to new trends and changing desires, they will forecast the ongoing needs of the business, helping to develop the offering given to our clients.

They will bring with them experience in translating their forecasts into commercial strategies, working closely with the marketing department on key product launches.

Jewellery designer
Design is at the root of all that we do and has been for over 50 years.

From the beauty of natural objects around us have come some of DMR’s most iconic collections.

Our new jewellery designer will build on this golden heritage, developing new suites of jewellery with the modern client in mind.

They will work closely with the directors and the jewellery buyer, presenting innovative new ideas based on emerging trends.

They will also work closely with our four showroom teams, incorporating their frontline client knowledge into their designs.

It was in the workshop that the DMR story began and it remains the beating heart of the business.

At three workshops, the hiss of hot metal and patient setting of gemstones is a magical reminder of our history.

In 2021, we will expand this team further, with the addition of a new goldsmith at our Altrincham head office.

The new team member will be passionate about combining traditional tools with modern technology, to create inspiring pieces of jewellery, working closely with DMR’s jewellery team on new product lines and bespoke commissions.

Visual merchandiser
The new visual merchandiser will build on other developments within the jewellery department to ensure DMR’s showroom display spaces tell the beautiful stories of our exclusive collections.

A new member of the brand’s marketing team, they will work closely with the teams at our four UK showrooms, as well as playing a role in the execution of DMR events, ensuring our overall aesthetic continues to meet the expectations of our brand.

More information can be found on the company’s website on how to apply.