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.
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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.
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.
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.
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:
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:
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:
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.
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.
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.
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:
“I've come up from an entry-level role through to where I am now and that has all been through support from others, mentoring, online learning and formal training.”
“You get to come and work with amazing people. And an environment where there’s a huge amount of opportunity. I’d encourage people to come in and see what it’s like for themselves. If people are keen to work with data, and new technologies, and to innovate with those things, then I think there’s a wonderful opportunity here.”
James Cameron-Williams (Director of Software Development)
“The key thing that differentiates us in the market is our vision of putting the consumer first and making a difference. Getting the numbers is one thing but the behaviours, how we get to our number, are crucial. I think that's something we should proud of. We empower people to lead by behaviours and the results speak for themselves.”