Triumph is the original British motorcycling company, it is a business that is famous for building iconic motorcycles, from the original Bonneville to the current Rocket, the unstoppable Tiger Explorer and the incredible Speed Triple.
First established in 1902 and now based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, Triumph Motorcycles is the largest British-owned automotive manufacturer, producing around 55,000 bikes per year. Based out of Hinckley, Leicestershire the business has manufacturing facilities in Hinckley and Chonburi, Thailand, plus CKD assembly facilities in Manaus (Brazil) and Manesar (India). In total Triumph currently employs over 2200 personnel worldwide and has sales offices in the UK, the USA/Canada, France, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Japan, Benelux, India, Brazil and Indonesia, plus a network of independent distributors.
At Triumph we value our heritage and constantly strive to be original and authentic in everything we do, whilst delivering the latest technological and engineering developments – all with the sole intent to deliver the perfect ride. Our key aim at Triumph is to satisfy and exceed the high expectations of our customers in respect of design, quality and the riding experience provided by each and every one of our motorcycles.
At the heart of Triumph's philosophy is a firm commitment to developing truly unique motorcycles that are distinctive in looks, design and performance. Triumph's aim is to craft motorcycles that deliver a great riding experience through the fusion of a well-balanced, easy-to-handle chassis and strong, flexible engines. The result is an inspiring range of motorcycles delivering intelligent, usable performance.
Triumph employees are the heartbeat of our business. From the design department in Hinckley to the workshops of our dealers, everyone at Triumph works with passion and pride on the award-winning motorcycles that excite and engage our customers. We look 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. For all roles we require a Mechanical or Automotive based engineering degree (BEng or MEng).