Working for Triton Showers
For over 40 years, our employees have proudly worked tirelessly to make us the market leading company we are today. We are one of the largest employers in Nuneaton and have been based in Warwickshire since we were formed in 1975. From humble beginnings, we now employ around 350 people, almost 280 of which are based in our Head Office and purpose-built manufacturing facility. Testament to our team’s fantastic commitment and dedication to keep the company at the top, we have a very loyal employee base with many employees clocking up between 10 and 30 years plus service.
At Triton, there is a strong emphasis on working as a team and you can rest assured that you will receive the full support of your colleagues to nurture ideas and see projects through to completion in the unique fast paced environment of which our large team thrives on. With over 20 departments making up the business, there are many exciting, rewarding and challenging roles to be found in all of the areas you would expect from a company of our size, including but by no means limited to;
- Sales and Marketing
- Business Administration
- Research and Development
- Customer Service
We are committed to the training and development of our employees, regularly reviewing each individual’s needs and requirements to assist with their progression. Indeed, there are a number of training plans in place ranging from NVQs in Performing Manufacturing Operations in the factory, specifically designed around our manufacturing process, CIM qualifications, AAT diplomas, and a number of senior management completing MBA's. Triton regularly offers trainee, apprenticeship and graduate roles to provide the perfect start for an exciting career.
As well as being a proud British manufacturer and member of the ‘Made in Britain’ scheme, we are dedicated to supporting the local community and as such we are delighted to be supporting the Warwickshire Young Carers Project and the Dare2Dream Foundation which aims to “raise aspirations and improve life opportunities of children, young people and the wider community”.