Text: Love What You Do.
An exterior view of Tiffany store at night lapses into daylight view.
Text: In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany opened a shop in New York City with a vision of presenting the public with extraordinary jewels never before seen.
A yellow octagonal jewel lined with diamonds on a ring. A woman puts on a golden bracelet. She brushes her hair, grabs her purse and jacket, and walks down the street to the Tiffany store.
Text: Around the world, our 12,000 plus employees simply love what they do.
An employee looks into a jewelry case in store and a male customer tries on cuff links.
The employee smiles and puts a box with the cuff links into a light blue Tiffany bag.
Close view of a diamond necklace.
Aerial view of Big Ben and Parliament.
An employee helps two women try on earrings.
The employee puts a box with the earrings into a light blue Tiffany bag and shakes hands with the smiling customers.
Text: Over 300 retail locations worldwide.
Exterior views of Tiffany stores in various cities around the world.
Close view of a yellow gem with diamond backing.
Text: Our best in class sales professionals embody the Tiffany brand in each and every customer interaction.
An employee presents a diamond necklace to a customer.
Text: In addition to retail sales, we have a variety of opportunities throughout our organization.
An employee presents a prototype necklace.
A woman smiles.
A man points at architectural drafts.
Distribution. A woman in a factory smiles.
Text: Are You Ready to Love What You Do?
Employees and customers talk and smile.
Text: www. Tiffanycareers.com. Apply today.