Working Here

At Worldpay we want to make sure that everyone is given the opportunity to progress and develop within the company. We work hard to create an environment that not only attracts new talent but retains it.

Application Process

In order for Worldpay to grow and develop as a successful global organisation we look to explore all our markets to ensure we attract, select and appoint the best talent. All candidates across the world can expect a number of stages in the process but we do ensure that our in-house team guides you through that process personally, should you be successful in being shortlisted. Once you have received your contract from us and all the information regarding our benefits we will also ask you to complete some pre-employment screening, which is essential for everyone joining Worldpay.

Again, our team will guide you through this process together with our partner, The Security Watchdog.  Some variations apply across the world but generally we are looking for your right to work in the location you are applying for, evidence of your residency, credit history and any unspent criminal convictions.  Any information that comes to light is treated confidentially and prompts a discussion rather than an absolute decision. 

 

Diversity and Inclusion

We aim to attract, retain and develop the very best candidates from the widest talent pool. That’s why we are committed to valuing and promoting Diversity in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. Once on board we want colleagues to experience an inclusive environment, promoting creativity, innovation and a ‘speakup’ culture, where everyone can perform. We short-list only those people whose skills and qualifications most closely match the candidate specification. If you’d like to know more about how we approach Diversity in recruitment, please email the team at talent@worldpay.com with your contact details and we’ll call you back.

WOW
(Women of Worldpay)

Women of Worldpay is a new and exciting opportunity for all women working here. The network was formed by a small group of colleagues who wanted a platform to meet other colleagues, receive career advice and enjoy an opportunity to network and socialise. The network is planning a series of exciting events with internal and external speakers during 2015. WOW is always looking to welcome new members so if you’re joining Worldpay and this sounds like something you might be interested in, please sign up.

Worldpay Academy

At Worldpay we are committed to investing in our colleagues. The Worldpay Academy brings together all our development programmes and technical training to ensure an aligned approach. We provide a range of development opportunities to suit everyone from online courses, face-to-face programmes as well as resource libraries and networks and events in which you can participate. In short we’ll give you all the tools you need to take control of your own development.

What can you expect in terms of development at Worldpay: We strive to ensure that the tools you need to develop are accessible to you. Whether this be continuing professional development such as CIMA or CIPD, gaining industry expertise through our leading accredited Masters programme or behavioural development through our workshops. Working with your line manager your development should be the focus of regular one-to-ones, making sure you’re on the right track.

Career Progression

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Luke Fisher, Regional Director, Corporate Business

  • October 2010  - I joined Worldpay from RBSG as an Account Executive in the Corporate Business
  • September 2011 - Just under a year later I was promoted to an Account Director managing some of the largest accounts on Worldpay’s book
  • September 2013 - I took the step in to a management role, leading a team of 10 Sales Directors in the Corporate Business of Worldpay UK.
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Anne Warnaby, Retention Team Manager

  • Oct 1987 to April 1993 - Cashiering and customer services officer (NatWest Bank Durham) – 5 1/2 years in role
  • Dec 2001 – Joined Streamline as Merchant Helpdesk Advisor – 18 months in role
  • July 2002 – Chargebacks Senior Complaints Advisor - 5 years in role
  • July 2007 – Merchant Records Helpdesk Advisor – 2 years in role
  • July 2009 – Complaints Advisor
  • January 2013 – Retention Agent – 9 months in role
  • September 2014 – Proactive Team Manager Secondment – 7 months
  • March 2014 – Retention Team Manager to date
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Our Benefits Policy


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Our People

David Stevens

David Stevens

Head of Infrastructure and Operations, London

Kirsten Aldridge

Kirsten Aldridge

Head of HR,
London

Jonathan Curran

Jonathan Curran

Group Head of Control,
London