We constantly promote our available opportunities on popular platforms and job boards; our Career Site, LinkedIn, Glassdoor to name a few.
We understand that traditional application processes can be time consuming and frustrating. We have streamlined our application process with 'Easy to Apply' functionality including resume parsing in order to save you time as well as improving your candidate journey.
Our applications are captured securely in our 'Applicant Tracking System'
It's a two-way process. Our style is relaxed, conversational and exploratory so that you get as much out of it as we do. We're excited you've decided to interview at Experian. Learn more about what to expectInterview Guide
A typical Experian hiring process can range between three to four weeks, this does not include the onboarding phase. During this time both parties can understand if there's a good alignment.
We also like to incoporate informal stages where and when possible to ensure you get the opportunity to meet potential peers and colleagues and are feeling excited about the prospect of joining our Experian family
If you’re excited about an Experian role and the thought of being part of our Experian family but feel your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with the role overview we’d still love to hear from you and explore things further. It might be that upon further exploration there is a good fit, or we might have line of sight on a similar or alternative role that will suit better. Always worth opening up a line of communication with our expert talent acquisition colleagues
Our moto is 'Investing in YOU'. We love people that have a huge appetite to learn and grow. We not only encourage this but proactively support through an array of formal and informal initiatives.
As a Global Enterprise organisation we follow a standard 'blended learning' approach, dialled up to 11 with contemporary tools, self-learning and exciting experiential opportunities (global assignments, Gig projects, shaddowing etc)
Experian is proud to be an organisation that prioritises mental health through actively creating safe spaces for its people, as part of its global DEI efforts. Several supportive tools and resources exist to ensure wide-spread success, inside and outside of work.
We implement our commitment through initiatives, programmes, training, and access to support. This includes (but not confined to) awareness campaigns, Mental Health Sponsors, Trained Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA) and access to EAP