Triumph International Job Vacancies

Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Product approval via the Initial Sample Inspect Report (ISIR) system.
·         Visit suppliers globally
·         Conduct New Supplier Audits.
·         Supplier Development.
·         Review drawings of new products and components.
·         Review production/quality concerns.
·         Implement corrective actions.
·         Assist with managing the Reject System and Bonded Area.
·         Create Monthly Reject and Warranty data reports.
·         Review drawings between Design, Quality and Purchasing.
·         Control Accessories design changes and implementations.
·         Product inspection and control of rework activities.
·         Provide technical support for the Accessories Customer Services Department.

Job Requirements:
·       Educated to HND level in an engineering discipline e or equivalent experience.
·         A keen confident flexible individual with a high engineering knowledge and a good understanding of a broad range of manufacturing processes.
·         Planning and organisational skills will be needed to manage workloads.
·         Computer skills - Have a good understanding of Microsoft Office applications.
·         Travel will be required so a full UK driving license and passport are essential.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
We are looking for dynamic individuals with a passion for engineering and the drive and determination to create authentic motorcycles. Candidates will have good communications skills, be able to work individually as well as part of a team, and have the ability to meet tight deadlines, applying a pragmatic approach when necessary.
Triumph offers a competitive benefits package in addition to the salary listed above which includes student loan repayment contributions, an excellent pension scheme, discounted Triumph motorcycles, discounted Triumph clothing and accessories, cycle to work scheme and salary sacrifice car lease scheme.
Job Requirements:
·         For all roles we require a Mechanical or Automotive based engineering degree (BEng or MEng).
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
Triumph is the original British motorcycling company. We value our heritage and are famous for building iconic motorcycles. Through bold design, purposeful engineering and a genuine passion for the ride, we create distinctive motorcycles. Our Engineers are key to achieving this goal. We design all of our motorcycles in Hinckley, Leicestershire and manufacture components and complete motorcycles in five Triumph factories in Hinckley and Thailand, as well as assembling motorcycles at our CKD facilities in Brazil and India. At Triumph we aim to make the best motorcycles in the world.
A vacancy has arisen for an Electrical Quality Engineer based in our UK Quality Department reporting to the UK Quality Supervisor. The successful candidate will have responsibility for controlling suppliers, products and quality systems within the OE business.
The key responsibilities of the role include; liaising with Design Engineers on component designs, problem identification and resolution, managing Initial Sample Inspection Reports (ISIR) system and visiting suppliers globally and carrying out associated work.
Job Requirements:
·         Previous knowledge in an assembly or manufacturing environment.
·         Knowledge of quality control procedures and systems in a manufacturing environment.
·         Proven track record of investigating quality concerns on electrical and electronic components.
·         Able to read engineering drawings.
·         Versed in Microsoft office.
·         Working knowledge of CAN and LIN communications.
·         HNC or equivalent in a relevant Electrical or Electronic engineering discipline (Commensurate experience also applicable).
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Planning and execution of homologation test and approval projects, both in the UK and abroad, for a complete model or model family.
·         Preparation, review and submission of type approval information documents and drawings.
·         Develop and maintain professional working relationships with external type approval agencies and technical services.
·         Advise design staff on legislative matters relating to design of bikes and components.
·         Monitor for changes in legislation in our markets.
Job Requirements:
·         Educated to minimum HND level in an engineering or automotive subject.
·         Practical skills that will facilitate set up of test equipment and inspection of fitted components.
·         An ability to work to a high level of accuracy and detail in written work.
·         An ability to work under pressure and to fixed deadlines.
·         Flexibility and willingness to travel overseas to conduct test programs, sometimes at relatively short notice.
Location: Hinckley

Job Description:
·         Act as the first point of contact for the HR Department and answer queries or escalate as required.
·         Ensure the HR Database and documents and records are maintained, are accurate and comply with legislation.
·         To administrate the Triumph Training Academy and provide administration assistance on external training courses.
·         To administrate student sponsorship payments and the student loan repayment scheme.
·         To undertake all general HR administration such as invoicing, HR Inbox, filing, monthly Payroll, cycle and eye care scheme, work wear, offers and on-boarding process, data audits, monthly reporting, referencing, appraisal monitoring, ICC, pensions and healthcare.
·         To be responsible for administrating the long service awards and arranging the awards for employees.
Job Requirements:
  • Maths and English GCSE grade C or above.
  • Level 3 CIPD qualification.
  • Full UK driving licence.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Work closely with the teams within the Computer Services Department, and throughout the Business, to assist with the development of an Information Security Strategy and the associated policies and procedures.
·         Assist in ensuring the best practices around ISO 27001/2 and ICO guidance are implemented.
·         Assist with input to all information activities and practices on a company wide scale.
·         Assist with the audit of information security policies, processes, practices and procedures.
·         Identify and advise on tools and architecture to better secure the network.
·         Assist other members of the Compliance Team with periodic reviews of controls and policies around all aspects of compliance.
·         There may be a requirement for occasional international travel to Triumph sites based overseas.
Job Requirements:
·         Previous experience of working with ISO27001/2 or CESG IS Principles essential.
·         CISA, CIS LA or CISM Certified. Ideally also certified as CISSP or in Data Protection [e.g. PCdp.]
·         Educated to degree level, or equivalent, in an Information Security or Computer Science discipline, with a extensive experience in a technical role with a further experience in an IS Analyst type role.
·         Strong communication and reporting skills, including the ability to communicate concepts to diverse audiences with varying skill sets.
·         Demonstrable experience in designing security controls and policies.
·         Lead auditor experience is desirable, experience of conducting IS audits essential.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Responding to equipment and machine breakdown and repairing to return to production in a timely manner.
·         Accountable for fault diagnosis and defect rectification on a range of CNC and robotic equipment.
·         The candidate will be able to analyse faults on PLC control systems.
·         Assisting with developments and carrying out maintenance plans.
Job Requirements:
·         Comprehensive knowledge and experience of CNC and PLC using FANUC Controls and Mitsubishi PLCs.
·         Proven track record in a similar role.
·         Able to work to strict deadlines.
·         Competent planning and organisation skills.
·         Experience as an apprentice or a relevant qualification e.g. City & Guilds, ONC or HNC.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Work with Senior Management to develop and implement product price strategies including segment strategies for the various markets and channels.
·         Understanding of indirect costs and forward pricing projections.
·         Monitor and update commercial pricelists as needed and in conjunction with global markets.
·         Validate sale prices for accuracy and profitability.
·         Download and organize baseline price information, analyse and report on inconsistencies, and identify opportunities to optimize sales and profitability through price strategies.
·         Establish a system of documentation, communication and review of internal and external comparative price data, including wins and losses due to price.
·         Perform margin and pricing analysis to support key business initiatives as required.
·         Provide financial analysis in support of management for corporate budget vs. actual expenses.
·         Independently develop new Excel models, charts and graphs, and procedures as necessary.
·         Analyse market dynamics, pricing trends, market opportunities, operating and sales margins in order to develop reports, procedures and tools for pricing and quoting.
·         Manage price change execution, including data integrity and consistency.
·         Perform other duties as assigned, including ad-hoc analysis on methods to optimize price through market and pricing strategies.
Job Requirements:
·         A relevant degree with the ability to demonstrate excellent analytical/numeracy skills.
·         A clear and concise communicator at any level.
·         A structured approach with excellent attention to detail.
·         Fully conversant with Microsoft suite including Access.
·         Tenacity and diplomacy.
·         The ability to work under pressure in a dynamic environment.
·         Enthusiastic and driven to build a career with Triumph.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
A vacancy has arisen for a Quality Engineer based in our UK Quality Department. Reporting to the Quality and Warranty Supervisor, The successful candidate will have responsibility for controlling Suppliers, Products and Quality Systems within the OE Business.
The key responsibilities of the role include; liaising with Design Engineers on component designs, problem identification and resolution, managing the Initial Sample Inspection Report (ISIR) system, Whole Vehicle Type Approval auditing, control of Deviations, updating Quality Manual procedures, visiting suppliers globally and carrying out associated work.
You will be required to review drawings in detail between Suppliers, Design and Purchasing, recommend manufacturing processes to suit our supplier base, and implement corrective actions and process improvements with suppliers.
Job Requirements:
·         Previous experience in an assembly / manufacturing environment.
·         Knowledge of quality control procedures and systems in a manufacturing environment.
·         Previous experience investigating quality concerns.
·         Able to read engineering drawings.
·         Versed in Microsoft office.
·         Full UK driving licence and passport.
Location: Hinckley
Job Description:
·         Advertising job vacancies on various job boards and social media.
·         Reviewing applications against person specifications to support the hiring manager with shortlisting.
·         Administering OPQ and ability testing through SHL/CEB online.
·         Scheduling interviews and/or assessment centres with both direct and agency candidates.
·         Facilitating assessment centres, including presenting to the group, administering exercises and observing activities.
·         Providing feedback to candidates based on their assessment performance.
·         Overseeing the recruitment of our annual Industrial Placement recruitment campaign.
·         Supporting our Graduate recruitment strategy and assist with the building and implementation of this as required by your line manager.
·         Booking and attending careers fairs and university visits in line with recruitment strategy.
Job Requirements:
·         Maths and English GCSE grade C or above.
·         Previous experience in a similar role.
·         Knowledge of employment legislation relating to recruitment.
·         Must recognise the importance of confidentiality.
·         Proficient in Microsoft Packages including Excel, Word and Outlook.
·         Previous experience of working with a ATS/CMS.
·         Experience of direct sourcing methods.
·         Accurate and detailed.
·         Self-motivated and resilient.
·         Able to take instruction and work under pressure.
·         Excellent communication skills, clear and concise written and verbal skills.

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