Frequently asked questions
Looking for more detail about our hiring process or life at Experian? Explore our career FAQ.
Great, we’re thrilled that you want to join us.
The application process is simple:
A typical Experian hiring process can range between three to four weeks. This doesn’t include the application or onboarding phases. The hiring process is designed to help both parties make informed decisions.
Our ambition is for every new hire to be excited about joining us. So whenever possible, we also like to include informal meetings where you can meet potential peers and colleagues.
DEI is core to our purpose.
We strive to ensure everything we do every day helps further the cause of equity for all. As our Global Chief DEI and Talent Acquisition Officer, Wil Lewis (he/him), says: “Equity means facilitating access to the people we serve, the products and solutions that help people achieve their dreams, and the careers that can fulfil their goals.”
Explore our DEI work in action here.
Yes. We encourage and proactively support formal and informal training and learning opportunities for all our people.
As a global enterprise organisation, we follow a standard ‘blended learning’ approach, and we support this with the latest tools, access to self-learning courses and exciting experiential opportunities, such as global assignments, gig projects and the opportunity to shadow a specific role.
We’ve created a high-performing and inclusive culture that puts people first.
We serve customers worldwide from our offices in 30 countries.
We're committed to helping tackle climate change and reducing our impact on the environemnt