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Be a part

Do you like to take part in special occasions? At Fred Meyer Jewelers, we believe the customer experience is more than a purchase; it's a memory. As an Associate, you'll cultivate those memories. You'll bring your people skills to the table and we'll help you reach the next level. Come grow with us!

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Are you a diamond in the rough or a sparkling gem? We're happy you are here. If you're interested in a career with Fred Meyer Jewelers and don't see a perfect fit, email your resume to FMJCareers@fredmeyerjewelers.com. Fred Meyer Jewelers is part of the Kroger Co. and is an equal opportunity employer and employs individuals without regard to race, age, religion, disability, gender or national origin.

Benefits that provide peace of mind

As we welcome you into our Fred Meyer Jewelers family, we are concerned about the security, health, and safety of you and your family. Our benefits package is extensive and competitive. In addition to competitive salaries and an attractive incentive program upon qualification, Fred Meyer Jewelers offers some or all of the following benefits depending on position, location and/or regions.

Our benefits package includes

  • Medical Plan
  • Prescription Drug Plan
  • Dental Plan
  • Vision Plan
  • 401(K) Savings Plan
  • Company Sponsored Retirement Benefit (not all)
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • Voluntary Life Insurance
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Dependent Group Life Insurance
  • Company Paid Salary Continuation
  • Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Health and Dependent Day Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Group Legal
  • Group Homeowners and Auto Insurance
  • Stock Purchase Plan
  • Employee Assistance Plan
  • Paid Vacation Program
  • Merit Increases
  • Incentives Program
  • Credit Union Membership
  • Company Paid Continuing Education Program
  • Professional Liability Coverage

Responsible corporate citizens

Fred Meyer Jewelers values our leadership role in the communities we serve and within the jewelry industry. Our charitable work focuses on children's needs, including Make-A-Wish, St. Jude's Children Hospital and CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocates.

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Values that guide our actions

Sales Associate showing watch to a customer.

Delivering a shopping experience that makes our Customers want to return and supporting the success of our Associates go hand in hand. To achieve both goals we must be knowledgeable, caring and committed in our approach to all we do.


As a Fred Meyer Jewelry Professional, your learning experience begins on your first day. Our curriculum of courses will support your ongoing development in product knowledge, professional selling skills and leadership development. All Associates have the opportunity to become Diamond and Gemstone Certified with the Diamond Council of America.


We believe that trust is central to building loyal Customer relationships. Our services and guarantees ensure your Customer's total satisfaction. The quality, value and design of our merchandise are the standards of excellence in our industry.


Our commitment to providing a superior shopping experience for our Customers is equaled by our commitment to supporting your success. Customers expect and deserve exquisite merchandise and sparkling stores, but it is not enough.


In 1973, Fred G. Meyer embarked on the mission to provide fine jewelry with a focus on convenience, quality, value and excellent customer service. In 1999, Fred Meyer Jewelers merged with the Kroger Company, one of the nation's largest grocery retailers, and has since become the third largest jewelry store in the United States with more than 127 stores nationwide, and an extensive online selection.

Today, you will find Fred Meyer Jewelers inside Fred Meyer and Smith's Marketplace across the country, and online at www.fredmeyerjewelers.com, where we continue to offer the ultimate in convenience, quality, value and customer service.

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