As a global business with data at its heart, Experian boasts an IT infrastructure few companies can match. Our data centre is the largest in the UK and we’re trusted by millions of consumers and businesses to keep their information safe.
As a member of the team, you’ll help us to scope, design, develop, deploy and support our industry-leading business applications. You’ll search for innovative solutions and ensure the business continues to operate effectively and meet the highest possible security standards.
Keith, Lead Mainframe Application Support Analyst
Careers typically start at junior support or analyst level and progress to specialisms, team leader, senior and leadership roles.
You’ll work with a highly collaborative team and deal with every area of the business. You’ll also be given plenty of opportunities for learning and development, including mentoring, structured training courses and professional certifications.
Sharpen your technical skills and provide desktop support to end users. Provide advice, troubleshoot problems and share your expertise.
Our business relies on our databases and systems. Help develop, manage and enhance our databases and keep everything working smoothly and securely.
Use best practice to write efficient code, create site layouts and user interfaces and integrate data from back-end services and databases.
Help to design, configure, operate and maintain our networking and computer systems, including hardware, software, internet and intranet connections, firewalls, servers, and security.
Work closely with other business units to understand their requirements and explore ways to meet their needs and deliver extra value through IT systems.
Monitor, troubleshoot and resolve issues to keep our data centre working securely and reliably.
Design, set up, develop and maintain our networks, support colleagues and customers and troubleshoot any problems that arise.
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