Our Vision, Values and Culture

As a family run business, TruFrame is invested in our community and the area’s economic growth, which is why we aim to employ locally. We are fast-growing and ever-evolving with a passion for delivering complete customer satisfaction.

This has been the cornerstone to our success and will lay the foundation for a prosperous future with TruFrame. To help us remain at the forefront of our industry we are conscious of the need to enhance our service offering year-on-year.

Because of this, we strongly believe that utilising modern technology is the way forward (recently investing £3.2m in new state of the art machinery). We have also expanded our manufacturing facility in Melton Mowbray to 50,000 sq. ft to meet with this investment.

Why work for TruFrame?

We not only believe in investing in new technology, but also our people and strive to ensure that you have a happy and safe workplace.

Working for TruFrame offers you the chance to further your career and undertake on the job training, to ensure that whatever department you work within you have the tools to deliver on your role.

All of our staff are highly trained as there is no substitute for knowledge and craftsmanship.


TruFrame is an equal opportunities employer and to view our full policy Click Here.

Rewards and Benefits:

  • 20 days’ holiday per year
  • Paid Training
  • Local Discounts (up to 15% off local restaurants, cafes,  leisure centre and much more)
  • Employee Assistant Programme
  • Pension
  • Outstanding Performance Awards
  • Long Service Awards (5,10,15 and 20 years’ service)


  • Customer Services
  • Order Processing
  • Sales
  • Human Resources
  • Production
  • Finance
  • Logistics

Digital Marketing Manager

As Digital Marketing Manager for TruFrame, you will be ultimately responsible for effectively overseeing the development and delivery of a fully integrated digital strategy of internal and external communications, stakeholder engagement and the marketingrequirements of the Sales and HR Departments.’ Although predominantly digital there will be aspects of the role that are more traditional in scope (but training will be given if required).