Experian Consumer Services Opens 40+ Positions

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Experian Consumer Services (ECS) is excited to announce we are expanding our workforce in several departments throughout 2021. Over the past 5 years, ECS has achieved marked growth, and we are now seeking experienced professionals who can make meaningful contributions toward our mission to bring Financial Power to All. See what roles are available here.

As an industry disruptor and market leader, we pride ourselves on taking risks, building new markets and pushing boundaries through innovation to help consumers—regardless of their financial situation—realize their financial goals. As one of Forbes Magazine's 100 World's Most Innovative Companies, Experian continues to lead the pack with products and services that put the consumer first.

"At Experian we are committed to financial inclusion—and at ECS, we are uniquely in a position to bring to market innovations that give consumers direct and instant control over their data and finances with tools such as Experian Boost that allow consumers to instantly increase their credit scores," says Debbie Hsu, ECS' senior vice president of product management.

At number 31 on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2021, we are proud of the culture we've created at Experian. Through our Power of YOU inclusion and diversity commitment, Experian seeks to create an environment where all employees are comfortable bringing their whole selves to work, regardless of differences or backgrounds. As part of this effort, we have a variety of initiatives, including many Employee Resource Groups, which are sponsored by Experian and led by our employees.

Our commitment to inclusion and diversity extends externally to communities worldwide. Experian's United for Financial Health initiative, launched in 2020, partners with nonprofit organizations across the globe to deliver tools and resources with the goal of empowering vulnerable people to improve their financial health.

While we are proud of the strategic progress we have made, we have even higher ambitions for the future of our business and what it can bring to consumers worldwide. The next 5 years will set the stage for a broader transformation of Experian, led by our increasing consumer-centric focus and expansion into new markets.

If this speaks to you, we think you'll love joining the Experian family!

We are actively hiring for a number of open roles in Product Management, UX & UI, Technology and more, many with the option of working remotely. See what roles are available here.

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