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Watch And Clock Repairer Resume

A watch and clock repairer resume should be written in such a way that it stands no chance for rejection. This can be possible only when the resume is drafted in a synchronized and organized manner. A shabby resume will and can never come under the consideration of an employer, let alone reading it. This page will offer you a sample of a watch and clock repairer resume and throw some light on the nature of the job of a watch and clock repairer. It is very important and necessary to know your job before you enter it or start working. Before drafting your resume too, you need to understand for what kind of job you are applying and see whether your skill sets are suitable for the job or not. You must not waste your as well as the employer's time by drafting a non-relevant resume. So before applying check whether your resume is relevant for the post you are applying for or not.


A watch and clock repairer, as the title suggests, repairs watches and clocks. He/she will be required to repair or change the batteries of the watch, change the strap of the watch, polish it, etc. He/she may also be required to repair wall clocks or antique clocks. For this he/she must have a very good knowledge about the mechanics and working of watches and clocks. He/she must also be in a position to repair any kind of watches–antique or latest. This occupation will involve, in most cases, repairing such devices that function with a mechanical or antique mechanisms. The individual should not have sight problems, or at the very least not serious ones.

Sample Watch And Clock Repairer Resume

Contact Details

Name: Carl Smith
Address: 10, Green Park Hill, South Alley
New York
Phone: 588–009–1221
E-mail address:
Date: December 19, 2011

Career Objective

Seeking the position of a Watch and Clock Repairer in a company. My passion for clocks and watches makes me work accurately as it is my goal to make these devices work again.

Skills and Professional Qualities

  • Very skilled in understanding mechanical manuals
  • Very good vision
  • Working very well on my own, with little supervision, as well as in a team
  • Able to understand mechanical problems of items fast
  • Finding solutions to those problems
  • Good knowledge of physics
  • Experienced in repairing watches
  • Reverse engineering: taking items apart in order to understand how they work
  • Learning about antique mechanisms
  • Finding solutions for mechanical issues
Relevant field experience

  • Name of the organization: THE WATCH AND CLOCKS REPAIRS AND SHOP, New York
  • Designation: Watch and Clock Repairer
  • Duration of the tenure: 2005–present

Duties and responsibilities

  • Greeting the customers
  • Taking their repair orders and informing them on estimate price and the date they can pick up the items
  • Pulling apart the items and searching for the problems
  • Fixing the problems accordingly
  • Reassembling the items
  • Cleaning the watches' and clocks' parts with special cleaning solutions or devices
  • Repaired any kind of clocks and watches: famous brands, antiques, wrist watches and so on

Education and Training

  • Name of the program: High School Diploma
  • Name of the school: St. Peter Hill Valley School
  • Year of passing: 2003

Trained as a Watch and Clock repairer, from San Francisco Institute of Watch Repair and Mechanisms


James Williams
The Watch and Clocks Repairs and Shop, New York
Phone: 299–009–1192
E-mail address:

Arthur Williams
Sales manager
Westin Port Repairs
Phone: 299–001–2238
E-mail address:

Other personal details

  • Date of birth: August 23, 1985
  • Nationality: American
  • Marital status: Single
  • Children: None
  • Driving license: B category, 2003

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