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Who are we? Where are we? And what do we do?

Who are we? Where are we? And what do we do?

We are Seatriever International , a rapidly growing, innovative and entrepreneurial consumer goods business with offices in Cheshire, China and the USA.

Our award-winning business was founded in 2007 following a successful pitch on UK tv show Dragons Den by our CEO, James Halliburton. The original idea was for Waterbuoy, an invention to help retrieve essential items accidentally dropped overboard by sailors. The device incorporated an auto-inflating illuminated balloon that was activated on contact with water to provide a location beacon.

As James carried out development tests on sample balloons at home, he was watched by his young next door neighbours. The children were fascinated and they wanted some of the illuminated balloons to play with. This inspired James to create illooms LED light up balloons - now sold in over 90 countries around the globe.

As a growing business, with exciting plans for the future, we are recruiting for passionate, results-driven people to join our expanding team in several areas.

We're not all work, work, work – it's often the small things that really make a difference. Creating a positive, fun work environment which allows the business to deliver results through a motivated and engaged team is essential to our success. We do this through:

  • Comfortable office environment with excellent facilities – fresh fruit, coffee machines, pool table, film library and music
  • Regular social events
  • Flexibility around working hours
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Careers at Seatriever

Careers at Seatriever

The real opportunity lies in the fact that you'll be joining in the next phase of our growth plan, but in case you need any further persuasion, we offer a competitive salary and attractive benefits package including:

  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Private health insurance covering immediate family
  • Health cash plan
  • Bonus scheme (discretionary)
  • Life Assurance (4 x)
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Opticians Vouchers
  • Childcare Vouchers

Current jobs at Seatriever include:

National Account Manager Grocery – UK

We have an exciting new opportunity to join our growing and successful sales team, to drive key relationships in the grocery/retail channels.

As an innovative and entrepreneurial consumer goods company with a start-up culture, we are looking for people that can operate in an autonomous environment to help us deliver our ambitious plans.

Key accountabilities:

  • Full P&L responsibility, managing budget controls and maximising profitability.
  • Proactively account manage existing relationships to deliver the sales plan.
  • Develop new business plans to generate growth.
  • Manage the product portfolio with key customers.
  • Manage product launches.
  • Deliver key promotional activity.
  • Develop relationships internally with key stakeholders.
  • Manage sales forecasting and pricing analysis including reporting.
  • Build customer proposals.

The National Account Manager will play a vital role working across a number of key customers across the UK. The ideal candidate will have strong sales and analytical experience in a customer facing role within an FMCG or consumer durables environment, ideally with experience of managing top 6 grocery accounts. You must be able to build relationships quickly and be a strong influencer to deliver projects efficiently and effectively. Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach are essential for success in this role. This is a great opportunity to join a real success story and work in an innovative and entrepreneurial environment.

This role is based out of our head office in Cheshire.


National Account Managers Grocery – Europe or International

We are recruiting for National Account Managers across Europe and Internationally to join our growing and successful international sales team, to drive key relationships in the grocery/retail channels.

As an innovative and entrepreneurial consumer goods company with a start-up culture, we are looking for people that can operate in an autonomous environment to help us deliver our ambitious plans.

Key accountabilities:

  • Full P&L responsibility, managing budget controls and maximising profitability.
  • Proactively account manage existing relationships to deliver the sales plan.
  • Develop new business plans to generate growth.
  • Negotiate business terms.
  • Manage the product portfolio with key customers.
  • Manage product launches.
  • Deliver key promotional activity.
  • Develop relationships internally with key stakeholders.
  • Manage sales forecasting and pricing analysis including reporting.
  • Build customer proposals.

Based in our offices in the UK but with significant travel across your area the National Account Manager will play a vital role working across a number of key customers either across Europe or Internationally. The ideal candidate will have strong sales analytical experience in a customer facing role within an FMCG or consumer durables environment, ideally with experience of managing top 6 grocery accounts and working with distributers. Languages would also be an advantage. You must be able to build relationships quickly and be a strong influencer to deliver projects efficiently and effectively. Strong analytical skills and a proactive approach are essential for success in these roles. This is a great opportunity to join a real success story and work in an innovative and entrepreneurial environment.


Quality Manager

Due to continued success, we have a fantastic new opportunity for an experienced Quality Manager to join our team.

You will be responsible for playing a lead role in all aspects of Quality ensuring that standards are met, your main responsibilities and duties will include:

  1. Ensure that processes needed for an effective Quality Management System are established, implemented and maintained
  2. Ensure products meet correct levels of quality before they are briefed to manufacturing and before shipping
  3. Complete factory visits globally (mainly China) to ensure procedures and agreed standards are being maintained
  4. Working with Supply Chain & Customers / Distributors to isolate defective items and produce rework instructions
  5. Working with quality systems data and KPI’s to improve company’s quality control, as well as identifying improvements needed and monitoring these through monthly reports
  6. Leading and developing a multi-site team in both the UK and China ensuring high team effectiveness

The Quality Manager will play a key role in driving a culture of continuous improvement across the business.  The ideal candidate will have significant previous experience in a quality role within a manufacturing environment ideally from a non-food background dealing with product sourced from the far-east. They must have a strong working knowledge of industry quality standards and auditing procedures, be a good communicator and able to build relationships across different countries and time zones. Strong organisational skills and an ability to implement corrective action across a multi-functional team are essential.

This role is UK based at our Head Office, however some travel to manufacturing sites in China will be required.


If you would like more information about the roles please call Julie or Amanda in HR on 01565 881 050