Why work at Intelscor

IntelScor is a people business.

The strength and value we create for customers, specialist markets and shareholders comes from the ideas and contributions of the colleagues we attract, hire and develop.

That's why we continually invest in our colleagues and culture so that IntelScor remains a dynamic, modern and welcoming place to work. Send Your Resume to hr@intelscor.com

Our Culture

We promote a supportive, diverse and inclusive environment in which colleagues can use their energy and ambition to make a difference at work and within the community.

We believe strongly in the value of diversity and think it’s important that colleagues around the world can equally contribute, be heard, and hopefully be inspired.

Colleague Support

Learning and Development

Learning and development is a key area of investment, to ensure that colleagues can develop and make a real difference to the future of the Group.

Role-specific and soft skills training takes place throughout the business and many colleagues have free on-demand access to thousands of online LinkedIn Learning courses, to follow personal interests and complete suggested training for their roles.

Secondment opportunities are encouraged and all of our vacancies are advertised internally.

Recruitment Warning

Online fraud is rising, and job seekers can unfortunately become targets for fraudsters looking to extract personal information or money.

Common scams

Recruitment fraud can come in many forms, including:

  • Unsolicited calls or emails from fraudsters about genuine roles
  • The use of fake websites or social media accounts to attract applications
  • Postings for jobs that do not exist
  • Requests for personal information in order to enter a recruitment process
  • Requests for payment for administrative costs or expenses related to hiring

Staying alert

We have received reports that members of the public have been contacted about Informa job vacancies by individuals fraudulently posing as Informa recruiters or managers.

Some of the signs that you might be communicating with a fraudster, not a genuine Informa recruiter, are:

What to do

If a communication about a role seems out of the ordinary, unnecessarily urgent, or too good to be true, it is advisable to be highly cautious.

If you have any concerns about whether a recruitment communication from Informa is genuine, contact us using our Enquiry Form.

  • You are asked for sensitive personal information, such as passport and bank account information, at an early stage of the recruitment process
  • You are asked for payment as part of the recruitment process, such as for administrative checks. We will never ask for any form of payment as part of a hiring process
  • You are offered a role at Informa without a formal interview
  • Emails are sent from a free email account such as Yahoo, Gmail or Hotmail. Informa does not use these services for business communications, so if you receive an email from one of these accounts, it is likely to be fraudulent
  • You receive communications that contain mistakes, such as consistent spelling or grammatical errors, or create an undue sense of urgency
  • A website address, email address or social media account uses suspicious details, such as a version of the company name or logo that is different to what appears elsewhere online