What’s the most challenging thing about working here?
As with all organisations, we’re constantly striving to improve ourselves. I believe we’re quite advanced when it comes to being customer first. As with everything though, we can always improve our ways of working, processes and culture to further put the customer or user at the heart of everything we do.What makes Moneysupermarket Group unique?
A lot of companies talk a big game when it comes to investing in Product and the Customer. Moneysupermarket Group has put it’s money where it’s mouth is and invested heavily in Product, UX/CX, and importantly the engineering capacity to create brilliant experiences for our customers and users.
How has your career developed during your time at Moneysupermarket Group?
Your experience at Moneysupermarket Group is what you make it. At a Group and Product level we’ve developed and invested in a lot of tools to help understand where people’s strengths are, the types of work they get their energy from and the skills they need to develop in line with their career ambition. Once people understand themselves better they have the autonomy to stretch themselves into areas they wish to develop and enjoy.
For me personally, I’ve invested time in leadership and strategic thinking, this has been a combination of formal training and on the job experience.
What advice do you have for someone looking to join?
As I mentioned at the top of this interview, the people make the organisation. If you’ve got the right attitude, passion for what you do and truly care about the user, you’ll fit in well here, everything else can be taught on the job.