Probably. The ETA2824-2 is an extremely common movement used in tons of watches, and most watchmakers learn a lot of their craft working on them. Also, parts are abundant due to how common a movement it is.
That all being said, if your watch is under warranty, I would recommend sending it back to the manufacturer for service.
You may also find that there are some other highly competent watchmakers/repairers all over that you could send it to if you want to avoid sending your watch overseas. I am a big fan of Jack at IWW for example, and use him for my services and repairs when they come up.