HR is all about recruiting, engaging, rewarding and developing our people – making sure we attract and retain the best talent, and give everyone the opportunities they need to shine.
As a member of the team, you’ll help Experian people through some of the most challenging and rewarding stages of their careers. The role is fast paced and can be challenging, but you’ll work with some great colleagues and get plenty of support.
Joanna, Learning and Development Coordinator
Coming into the company, you might start at junior support or HR analyst level before progressing to a specialist role and on to senior and leadership level.
We’re keen to support your development and help you integrate quickly. As well as offering practical experience, learning from others and the opportunity for formal training (CIPD), we also encourage you to gain a well-rounded understanding of the function.
Carry out general HR duties, partnering the business in talent acquisition, employee relations, reward, business partnering, systems and analytics, learning and development and operations.
Support areas of the business with general HR responsibilities, working with the wider team across talent acquisition, employee relations, reward, systems and analytics, learning and development and operations.
Develop, manage and implement compensation, benefits and wellbeing programmes. Review the market and undertake salary surveys to ensure the benefits and wellbeing we offer are both competitive and wide-ranging.
Attract, hire and onboard the right people for each role. Partner with areas of the business to understand requirements and ensure we have the skills and resources we need.
Help people achieve their potential. Create, run and maintain our leadership, management and education programmes.
Let’s create a better tomorrow together. Search our roles and apply today.
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.