Assemble, test, and adjust complete watch movements.
What does a Watch Assembler do?
Assembles, tests, and adjusts complete watch movements according to specifications, using watchmaker’s tools and loupe: Attaches hairspring and balance assembly, train, escapement, winding and setting mechanism, mainspring, jeweled bearings, and bridges, using tweezers, hand staker, and other watchmaker’s tools, and loupe. Inspects movement for accuracy, diagnoses cause of defects, and replaces defective parts. Adjusts subassemblies, such as truing II balance and banking escapement.