why work for us
People and our culture are our biggest assets, driving growth and development.
As IFG grows, so will our people. We want everyone not in the family to want to be in it, after all the IFG brands are part of some pretty awesome industries and we work with some amazing brands.
Like you we're human and we want what we do to matter and be enjoyable, so we're trying to make a difference to our working life. We're well on our way to becoming one hell of a place to work, and we are working towards making it even better; so whilst we're defining a great people experience at IFG, we're also trying to build an emotionally charged story that is engages our people.
We understand that by investing in our people’s futures, it provides opportunities for everyone to further themselves in a nurturing and enterprising working environment where we are all invested in the future of the business. We give our people the opportunity to learn, achieve and grow fast…
“When you’re surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible.” – Howard Schultz, retired CEO Starbucks
We're pretty diverse and recognise what each individual contributes. We have a culture that is inclusive, celebrates success and gives opportunity to progress with a dynamic ‘get-it-done’ attitude.
Our people want to succeed, so we aim to give them a positive environment, with good leadership, and a defined purpose to get behind, this is where having a diverse range of people, means we reflect our values.
Careers at IFG range from buying and merchandising, to web dev and BI, to customer experience and much more. We hire on the strength, skills and fit of the person, as each person will be expected to make a meaningful impact on their team and the business.
Of course, we aim to recognise the accomplishments and reward our people as they progress through the business. We want our people to help us shape what that looks like.
“Our vision is to create with our people, an environment where they have our trust, the freedom to perform and responsibility/ownership of what they do.
By allowing our people the space to do what they need to get done and processes as frictionless as possible, we want them to deliver performance worthy of themselves, the business and its future success.”
- George Horn, IFG Group Head of People & Culture
... we're trying to build an emotionally charged story that engages our people!