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Diamond Grader & Quality Controller

Diamond Grader & Quality Controller

The successful applicant will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of our diamond polishing atelier in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canada.

The successful applicant is expected to meet the following criteria:

  • We have a full-time opening for a Diamond Grader.
    • Must have a GIA diamond grading and diamond essentials diploma, diamond graduate preferred.
    • Must be authorized to work in Canada.
    • Must be fluent in English and Mandarin
    • minimum 10 years+ Experience

GIA or related Diamond Grading Diploma required as the candidate will be expected to complete his/her AGS Credentials.

Reporting the Chief Executive and Operating Officer(s), the candidate should:

As a Diamond Grader, you are responsible for performing the preliminary diamond grading process on natural and synthetic diamonds prior to submitting these to the American Gem Society or GIA Laboratory for Diamond Grading Services. You will work with diamonds, microscopes, and computers in a team production environment that emphasize detail, quality and precision.

Work in a team production environment to perform the preliminary diamond grading process.

Follow each laboratory’s grading methodology and procedures for locating, identifying and documenting clarity characteristics, treatments, and other features present in the diamond.

Assign clarity, polish and symmetry grades according to each laboratory’s procedures in accordance with the respective Diamond Grading System(s).

Verify or determine various measurements and proportions according to standard procedures.

Read and implement procedural updates pertinent to his/her job duties.

Comply with corporate and laboratory policies and procedures, as well as statuary and regulatory mandates.

Participate in the company’s Quality Management System through initiating corrective and preventative actions as appropriate and thereby contributing to the continuous improvement of laboratory quality.

Communicates effectively, gets along with co-workers and management, and deals with others effectively and professionally under pressure.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and/or Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) from four-year college or university; and one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

GIA Diamond Graduate diploma preferred.
Basic computer skills and ability to work with a microscope.
Adaptable to new processes and environments.
Ability to get along with a diverse group of individuals in a team environment.
Detail-oriented with good concentration skills.
Ability to accept and learn from constructive criticism.
Drive and motivation to meet and exceed production requirements.

The candidate must be in good health and must have no substance addictions (caffeine is permissible, even recommended).Preference is given to Canadian Citizens and/or Permanent Residents.


– Commensurate with experience.

Priority is given to individuals with current Canadian status (citizen, permanent resident and/or temporary foreign workers with work permit). Should we be unable to find a suitably experience Canada in Canada, we will contact the short-list of international applicants.

Foreign applicants will need to determine whether they would be eligible to work and/live in Canada.

Application Process

You may email your resume and the following supporting documentation in PDF/DOC format to careers@masterdiamondcutters.com

  • Cover/Introductory Letter
  • Applicable Employment References

You may also send it via regular mail to:

Master Diamond Cutters

Suite 3 – 1235 Central Ave

Prince Albert, SK

S6V 4V9


POSTED on 8 September 2017

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