Frequently asked questions

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From applications to interviews, find out everything you need to know about our recruitment process.

We have a wide variety of roles across various departments. You’ll find all our UK & Ireland vacancies here on our careers page.

You can filter your search by location and job family to find your perfect role.

Our recruitment team will review your application and get in touch via phone or email to let you know the outcome.

We’re glad you asked – that’s already a great start. Have a read of our interview tips here.

From everyday discounts to better financial security, all our benefits are designed to give you the things you actually want and need, at different stages of your life. You can read more here.

Yes, we detail our flexible working options on our adverts. If you’re unsure you can email us at recruitment@uk.experian.com or give us a call on 0115 905 5500 and select option one.

We might, depending on the role and location. To discuss an opportunity and the possibility of a different location, you can email us at recruitment@uk.experian.com or give us a call on 0115 905 5500 selecting option 1.

Yes, as long as it’s a visa that grants you the right to work in the UK, with no sponsorship required. We only offer visa sponsorship on roles where we’re unable to find the right person in the UK. We always meet the requirements of the UK Immigration Authority.

We’re happy to accommodate additional needs where it’s practical to do so. If you need any adjustments, email recruitment@uk.experian.com or call us on 0115 905 5500 selecting option 1, and we’ll do our best to help.

We’re recruiting for specific roles, so check our vacancies page to find out if your skills match our requirements.

You can also register for ‘Job Alerts’, so you’ll be the first to find out more suitable vacancies when they become available. Alternatively, join one of our Talent Networks to register your CV and we’ll contact you when a suitable position becomes available.

All information is held safely on our internal careers portal and is only accessed by our recruitment team. After your application, we’ll only contact you again if we come back across your profile and have a role you may be interested in.

To access our privacy policy click here.

Other FAQS

For a reference on a previous Experian employee, please email the request to AccessHR@experian.com.

Our dedicated customer care team can discuss your Experian credit report. Give them a call on 0800 013 8888 or email CustomerService@CreditExpert.co.uk.

Thousands of job candidates apply to us every year. But we realise there may be plenty of skilled, talented people who miss the roles we advertise, which is why we have a preferred supplier list of recruitment agencies. We don’t accept CVs from agencies who aren’t on our list, so if you’d like to work with us please email pslenquiries@experian.com and we’ll be in touch.

If you've made an application, you can withdraw by logging into your portal. To remove your details from our careers portal, please email recruitment@uk.experian.com

If you’re having problems with your account or logging in to the careers portal, we’re here to help. Just email us on recruitment@uk.experian.com or call 0115 905 5500 selecting option 1.

We carry out basic criminal record, financial status, right to work, identity, directorship, previous employment / education and address verification checks on all employees. To discuss any of these checks you can email us at recruitment@uk.experian.com or give us a call on 0115 905 5500 selecting option 3.

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Diversity and inclusion

We believe our differences are things to be celebrated, and that the diversity of our workforce is a big part of our global success. We want everyone to succeed with us, regardless of their age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, physical ability, experience or thinking style. We also look to adopt progressive policies, such as flexible working hours, to accommodate people’s individual circumstances.