Watchmaking – the jewel of Switzerland’s luxury goods sector – has a division all of its own at Manpower. Related fields in terms of the high degree of precision required, microtechnology and nanotechnology call for a certain level of specific skill and expertise. Bearing in mind the standards of excellence to which businesses in these industries aspire, our consultants know their requirements and endeavour to find the right person for the job without delay, no matter what stage of the production process this involves: research and development, design, technical implementation, production, logistics, marketing, sales, distribution or after-sales service.
“Precision” is the key word in both watchmaking and microtechnology; the essential quality that guarantees a company’s success and helps it establish its reputation.
With expertise in this sector dating back to 1960, we have watched it develop and know what is required in terms of innovation. In order to provide suitable HR solutions for businesses in these industries, manufacturers or subcontractors, we employ specialists right across the region from Jura to Geneva, as well as in German-speaking Switzerland – particularly in the canton of Schaffhausen.
Whether you are looking to strengthen your R&D team, develop your sales department or find an experienced machine operator, you can count on us. After all, in watchmaking, every element of the mechanism has a role to play in ensuring its success.
Clockmaker, Stacker, Watchmaker, Mechanic/technician, Lift fitter, Watch worker, Machine operator, Setter, Watchmaker - Restorer, Polisher, Etc.
Training and advanced training in the watch industry and microtechnology
It is important to keep fully up to date with all the latest developments in one’s own field in order to work professionally and efficiently. Manpower is very aware of this. That’s why we make sure that our employees have the opportunity to take part in training, whether online or in person, or to take advantage of the advanced training fund available to temporary workers for the purposes of professional training.