Experian’s Graduate Recruitment Programme
Experian – a snap shot:
- Revenue: $4.5 billion
- Profit: $1.2 billion
- Market cap: £9 billion
- In top 50 of FTSE 100 index
- Employees: c 17,000
- Offices in 44 countries
- Corporate headquarters: Dublin, Ireland
- Operational headquarters: Nottingham (UK); California (US); Sao Paolo (Brazil)
In 2009 Experian introduced its first graduate recruitment programme selecting nine graduates within our Nottingham and London based offices. In 2010 our intake increased to 13 and in 2011 we have just introduced 22 new graduates into the business.
For 2012 we’re looking to recruit even more graduates to join us next September in the following areas:
- Finance (inc. CIMA qualification)
- Global Product Development (Build Team; Project Management; Business Analysis)
How does it work?
Experian’s graduate recruitment programme is based on varied placements and project work around your chosen business area for two to three years, dependant on the area. Some graduate programmes incorporate further qualifications whilst others involve international travel, some include both!
What are we looking for?
We’ll be looking for a 2:1 or above. Beyond that, you’ll need to be highly motivated, results-driven and commercially-focused. Your outstanding communication skills mean you’re a natural when it comes to building great relationships, and you’ll be open, honest and committed to your own continuous development.
What can we offer?
At Experian our aim is to stretch and challenge our people while offering the kind of support they will need when starting off in their career. As well as traditional training, we’ll provide the support of both a mentor and a buddy to give you the advice and guidance you require. We’re committed to personal development and offer a training and development programme to all of our graduates which can be tailored to suit individual needs. You’ll also have the opportunity to become involved in projects not only in the work place but through our local Community Involvement programme. Experian offers a competitive salary and benefits package.