Working for BSI opens your mind to the world around you. Everywhere you turn, you’ll find our work being used by thousands or even millions of people, consciously or subconsciously, in their everyday home and business lives.
We’ve come along way since being founded in 1901. Today we are a business standards company that helps organisations all over the world make excellence a habit. We help embed excellence into the way people and products work; that means showing businesses how to improve performance, reduce risk and achieve sustainable growth. As a global leader in helping organisations improve, our clients range from high profile brands to small, local companies in 172 countries worldwide.
We offer diverse career paths from auditing to sales, product development to finance, and from IT to marketing. Our 3,300 colleagues work with over 80,000 clients worldwide.
It’s often said that staff are a company’s most important asset. But at BSI this isn't just mantra; we look only for the best and most talented individuals who can achieve at the highest level in order for the business to be successful and to grow. We want employees who:
- Can deliver and strive for superior performance, and who can achieve challenging objectives
- Are proactive with people and can lead by example
- Can demonstrate passion for the business and can inspire others
- Have integrity, ensuring that business is conducted in an ethical manner
- Have commercial focus, understanding customers’ needs and adding value.
Training and development is integral to our individual growth and performance improvement, and ultimately contributes to our success as a business. To help us facilitate this, we have invested in a global training and performance management system called MyCareer.
MyCareer allows you to take ownership of your own performance reviews, objectives, development and training needs. MyCareer also enables you to produce an online personal profile, which coupled with the available performance and training records, can be used to promote continuous development.