- Oil moving parts of timepieces.
- Repair or replace broken, damaged, or worn parts on timepieces, using lathes, drill presses, and hand tools.
- Clean, rinse, and dry timepiece parts, using solutions and ultrasonic or mechanical watch-cleaning machines.
- Disassemble timepieces and inspect them for defective, worn, misaligned, or rusty parts, using loupes.
- Reassemble timepieces, replacing glass faces and batteries, before returning them to customers.
- Test timepiece accuracy and performance, using meters and other electronic instruments.
- Fabricate parts for watches and clocks, using small lathes and other machines.
- Estimate repair costs and timepiece values.
- Perform regular adjustment and maintenance on timepieces, watch cases, and watch bands.
- Adjust timing regulators, using truing calipers, watch-rate recorders, and tweezers.
- Record quantities and types of timepieces repaired, serial and model numbers of items, work performed, and charges for repairs.
The data sources for the information displayed here include: O*NET™; US Department of Labor (BLS); Virginia Workforce Connection.
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Three: Medium Preparation Needed
Moderately High ($36,000 - $49,999)