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Experian has evolved into a global technology company and market leader in data and analytics. We are at the heart of the data revolution, and our role serving consumers and businesses has never been more critical. Our concept is simple. We believe in expanding horizons – it’s what makes Experian a global leader.

By unlocking the power of the data we are able to create opportunities for consumers, businesses and society.

To reflect our vision, we are committed to providing a working environment that people love, so we can help create a better tomorrow together. We believe in growing our team members by giving them access to the best training, the greatest opportunities and the latest tools – everything they need to progress their career.

Experian UK&I Culture

We're proud of our diverse workforce. Regardless of gender identity or expression, race or ethnicity, sexuality, disability, age or thinking style, we want each and every employee to thrive. That means providing equal opportunities and rewards whilst nurturing a culture that values and celebrates difference. No two people are the same, and our different skills, approaches and aspirations make us stronger – both as a company and as a community.

Through our network groups, we are proud to connect employees with similar personal identifiers, career aspirations and personal interests. We currently have 15 network groups across the UK&I business, with 1200 employees signed up- and counting! They encompass gender, age, ethnicity, LBGTQ+, faith, working families, ability and interests. Supported by our senior leaders, the network leads and members work as ambassadors throughout the business to ensure inclusion remains at the heart of everything we do. 

Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging

Experian knows the incredible value of celebrating and championing inclusion for all. It’s our mission that you see yourself represented and that you can see yourself at every level of our business. We are on a journey to ensuring that happens.

It’s important that you feel you can belong, that you can be your whole self, right from day one. That you see your own inclusive values are represented in our policies, our employee network groups, our culture and our partnerships.

We believe that drawing up on the combined strength of our diverse workforce, we’re stronger as a business and can better serve and represent our clients and customers around the world.

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We are the largest provider of data in the world. This sets us apart in our ability to affect real change on a global scale, to offer you a seat at a table you can be proud of.

We want you to feel empowered to drive innovation and have endless opportunities to create meaningful impact in all that you do

We are passionate about what's next for you. We reward curiosity and promote growth. We believe the workplace should be a place of personal, professional and emotional fulfillment. 

We value transparency and insist upon a high trust environment.

With 25 years of history, we are here today and powering tomorrow.

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Hot UK&I Jobs

Infrastructure Asset Manager

Infrastructure Asset Manager / Infrastructure Cost Manager.

Working in collaboration with the Technical, Finance and Procurement teams you will manage infrastructure through its entire life cycle of design, installation, maintenance and through to eventual retirement.

In this role you will provide structure and control of the diverse Compute and Storage Infrastructure that supports the many Products and Services used by Experian employees and Clients. 

Applicants will ideally be:

  • Experienced in managing large Compute and Storage Infrastructures and working with Hardware and Software Vendors to procure and maintain equipment. 
  • A strong communicator able to discuss technical requirements with non-technical business analysts and Business Unit teams. 
  • Highly organised able to self manage and prioritise work items to deliver results on time. Experienced user of spreadsheet and presentation software.
  • ITIL Certification preferred 

Investor Relations & Communications Manager (12m FTC)

The Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Manager will be part of a team that is the driving force in the successful delivery of Experian's global communications strategy.  This role reports to the Chief Communications Officer.

You will be helping to tell the Experian story to investors, our 18,000 employees, and the wider public working. You will also own a number of key projects, including our Annual Report and corporate website,  together with playing a significant role in other communications projects.

Applicants will ideally be:

  • An excellent communicator with the ability to articulate messages clearly and concisely in an engaging style
  • Experienced in corporate communications, ideally with previous experience producing investor relations and annual reports.
  • Able to operate effectively in a matrix environment, including the organisation and delegation of work.
  • Experience of budget management and managing external supplier relationships

IT Capacity Manager

Joining our new UK&I Infrastructure Operations team, based in Nottingham. (Currently homeworking until further notice) you will bring functions together to consistently manage the capacity of IT infrastructure and business applications across the estate.

Whilst this is a process-orientated role, you will still need to be able to understand and converse technical concepts and principles. Monitoring and reporting the effectiveness of availability and capacity management is key.

Applicants will ideally be:

  • Experienced in implementing process and governance
  • Technically sound with a thorough understanding of how to manage an estate. Any experience in ServiceNow, Splunk and Dynatrace is ideal.
  • An Influential communicator with strong persuasion and negotiation skills 

We're proud to be recognised as a Top UK Employer 2021!

Not once, twice - but five years in a row!

Every year the Top Employers Institute annual research programme recognises leading employers around the world. 

Organisations certified as Top Employers dedicate themselves to providing the very best working environment for employees through their progressive ‘people-first’ HR practices.

That's why we're thrilled to announce we've been certified as a Top Employer five years in a row!

Given the many challenges presented over the last 12 months, we couldn’t be prouder. This year in particular our people have worked hard to stay connected and as a business we have been determined to ensure that the diverse needs within our workforce are accommodated. 

Our ability to exercise progressive policies, such as greater flexibility and enhanced wellbeing offerings, has been essential for our people to adapt to a very different way of working successfully (as well as the many virtual games of bingo, video walks and virtual cocktail parties!).  

Read more below in a blog from our HR Director, Rachel Duncan.

Blog: Experian named as a Top Employer 2021

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Key Benefits

Your health and wellbeing is a top priority for us that's why our reward, benefits and wellbeing programme is designed so you come to work feeling your very best self. 

Our flexible and core benefits* focus on Health, Money and Lifestyle so you can tailor benefits and recommendations to your own personal needs.

Your Money

Financial wellbeing is about being in control of your finances for now and in the future, this means having a plan and tracking against it to meet the goals throughout your life. 

Your Lifestyle

Each and everyone of us is not only different but we are also at different life stages. That's why a group of our benefits are aimed at supporting the people we truly are and some of the lifestyle choices we make.


Your Health

We have a number of flexible and core benefits available for you to take advantage of which are aimed at supporting your physical and mental wellness. These benefits include:

  • Competitive basic salary
  • Annual bonus scheme or commission (depending on role)
  • Car allowance (depending on role)
  • Retirement savings plan up to a 10% contribution from Experian
  • Sharesave plan enabling you to purchase Experian shares at a 20% discount with no financial risk involved
  • Renting and Mortgage advice
  • Life Assurance cover of 4x your basic salary
  • Salary finance (e.g taking out a loan and repaying via your salary)
  • Free access to Experian products such as Credit Expert and Autocheck

  • Flexible and agile working
  • Employee network groups supporting LGBTQ+, Black heritage and culture, Menopause, Faith, Women, Autism and mental health for example
  • Dedicated wellbeing programme, with access to Mindfulness sessions
  • Online discounts portal with access to hundreds of dicounts and benefits including online retailers, Cinema, cars etc with the option to sync your debit card and collect points as you spend
  • Buy or sell up to 8 days of holiday
  • Support and advice when caring for elderly relatives
  • Support getting to work - annual travel ticket loan, free use of some buses to the office
  • Childcare Voucher Scheme

  • 24/7 GP Service
  • Bupa medical cover (benefit in kind - depending on role)
  • LifeWorks Employee Assistance Programme -  fast, free and confidential support, professional advice and information across all the areas of physical, emotional and financial health and wellbeing.
  • Mental Health support, including a group of employees who are trained Mental Health First Aiders
  • Mercer Harmonise Health, a tool which will give you a better understanding of your health wellness
  • Advice, support and resources covering a wide range of health topics such as sleep and nutrition
  • Desk assessments and eye care vouchers

International Women's Day

Twenty in Experian

The Twenty Women in Experian Awards (UK&I) recognise the contributions that women have made to Experian across the past 12 months. 

We had an amazing 77 nominations for 2021 (with 8 women being nominated more than once and in some cases 4 times!) across all levels and business areas. 

In February 2021 we announced our Twenty Women in Experian Winners. To celebrate #InternationalWomensDay we caught up with two of them, Emily Capewell and Ragini Madan, to hear about one of their proudest moments at Experian and how we can all ensure gender equality for women.


Emily Capewell (Innovation Lead – Decision Analytics)

What achievement are you most proud of from your time at Experian?

Throughout my time at Experian, I have worked with some brilliant people and collaborated with some great minds on some complex problems. I am most proud of the occasions when the work I have been leading has been adopted as best practice across the globe.


At the beginning of this financial year, I was able to work with our Principle and Lead Developer community to help drive their solution for a continuous integration and deployment pipeline into action within the UK that has realised huge effort savings for our teams and been recognised and adopted globally by Experian’s Pipeline as a Service Team. 


More recently, I was part of a team that defined a remediation plan for our Service Operations and executed on commitments ahead of timescales enabling our best SLA results for 3 years whilst our approach and framework was, again, adopted as the principle framework for remediation activities across the globe.


What action can we all take to ensure equality for women?

My biggest passion is about educating the next generation of talent of what opportunities exist for them. It’s about making sure we are visible to young people, especially girls, so they have relatable role models performing in STEM roles and have the inspiration to go after their dreams!


Ragini Madan (Economics Analytics Manager)

What achievement are you most proud of from your time at Experian?

I successfully lead on an innovative technical economics solution for Experian’s delivery of an IFRS9 Credit Loss Insight prototype in 2020. The project was challenging with many unknowns!


What I'm most proud of, is the fact I overcame significant hurdles to create a viable and reusable product, which quantifies the impact of economy on the probability of default in the mortgage market. I was also able to successfully communicate complex technical concepts to the client in a meaningful way, which helped us obtain the executive sign off and successfully complete the project. 


As a result of this success,  I have been recognised as one of the few IFRS9 economics experts in the UK organisation and have been working on developing various other similar lending product solutions using economics insights.


What action can we all take to ensure equality for women? 

I think Experian provides a good workplace environment with many experienced women in leadership roles. I think we can draw from each other’s experiences by being part of the mentorship program – which provides an opportunity for women in Experian to be mentored by their senior role models and learn from their experiences.