At Capita, we welcome all characters, and we all have a different story to tell. Tales of pride in the work we do, of overcoming challenges or barriers with the support of our colleagues, of growing our career alongside our family, of making new friends and finding real allies.

Some of us are leading the way, others are exploring their options, yet we all have the power to make a difference and the potential to be brilliant – especially when we share our experiences.

Discover more about some of our brilliant colleagues and their unique journeys and find the stories that speak to you.

Supporting others to make the most of their future

Employer Relationship Manager Rhona is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities, after living with M.E. herself.

Capita welcomes…trans pride

A volunteer and trustee for Trans Pride Brighton, Cass tells us just what goes into this charity event, how’s it grown and why she’s so proud to be part of the team behind it.

Capita welcomes…myth-busting

As Marketing Partnerships Manager for the British Army partnering project, Amie’s favourite part of the role is raising awareness of the opportunities the Army offers.

Capita welcomes…compassion 

John Conner shares his story of purpose and empathy through his work as a charity caseworker for the Soldiers’, Sailors’ and Airmen’s Families Association (SSAFA).

Capita welcomes…evolution

Noreen Shah’s trajectory from being a nurse to where she is now can be attributed to her desire for growth, learning and engaging with her colleagues.

Capita welcomes…progression

Adrian White tells us why any group is only as strong as the weakest link and why the role of help, support and teamwork is vital in life and work.

Capita welcomes…second chances

Grace Hall talks about our ex-offenders programme, ReMake, and how it’s given her the confidence to realise her ambition of owning her own business.

Capita welcomes...change makers

Adebimpe Makinde talks about the support she’s had to reach her ambitious goals, including being a lead business analysis manager and Chair of the Black Employee Network.

Capita welcomes…opportunity

Vicki Moffatt has always been open to learning and growing - now her role as a leader is helping others to discover their potential.

I was a single mum at sea; now my son is working beside me

Lisa Evans talks about her role as Enabling Services Manager at the Royal Navy Submarine Training Centre, running the team delivering 1,500 Royal Navy training courses.

After 40 years of service and civilian roles I’m still a submariner at heart

Graham talks about his service experience and his role as Training Delivery Support Team Manager at the Royal Navy Submarine Training Centre (RNSTC).

Capita welcomes…mental health allies

When David Reynolds left the Royal Navy to join Capita he found the support to manage his disability and PTSD and became a Mental Health Ally.

Capita welcomes… breaking barriers

Priscillia Lingwood feels that the fantastic support at Capita means she’s closer to achieving her ambitions and helping others achieve theirs too.

Capita welcomes… support networks

Faye Coleridge talks about her experiences as a first time and second time mother at Capita, and her work to set up a support scheme for new parents.

Capita welcomes… neurodiverse talent

Joseph McGeown talks about how he’s established a supported internship in Mansfield to offer employment opportunities – and a brighter future – to young people.

Capita welcomes...brave ideas

Adam Jones talks about how he’s found his confidence at work since receiving an ADHD diagnosis.

Progressing my career whilst shaping the future of Navy training

Claire has helped shape the future of Navy training for generations to come whilst developing her own career path and progression at Capita.

Capita welcomes…military spouses

Hayley Duncan talks about how she enjoys helping service personnel with their development, and with their transition from military life to the civilian street.

Helping my team to reach their career goals

After joining Capita over ten years ago, Scott has grown his career with the support of the people around him. He now enjoys helping others to follow their aspirations.

Applying my Navy experience to build a successful training career

After his diabetes diagnosis, Simon has found new freedom and personal pride in his work on our partnership project with the Royal Navy.

How accessibility opens up a world of possibility

Paul, a Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby athlete who won bronze and silver medals at the European and World Championships, talks about working for Capita as a wheelchair user.

How I’m shaping my future planning career with Capita

Ben joined Capita straight out of university and within a year he’d been promoted to a planning consultant. We caught up with him to discover how he’s found his first year with us.

Using my experience to help the next generation

When Donald left the Royal Air force, he wanted to continue to use his skills and experience – he talks about finding a role which bridges the gap between civilian and military life.

Putting learning into practice in the real world

Hear from three of our digital and tech consulting apprentices on what it’s really like to study and learn, and what they’re focusing on for the future.

Realising my superpower working with the Royal Navy

Lauren talks about being celebrated for her unique talents on our partnership with the Royal Navy to transform education and training for sailors and marines.

Helping my colleagues reach their potential

As professional development manager, Claire and her team make a real impact on the lives of existing Capita colleagues and those kickstarting their careers.

When is it time to move on?

Lisa Pinfield considers whether you should move organisations if you’re still progressing in your career and being challenged.

Helping someone make a difference in their life is rewarding

Hear from Laura, a recruitment supervisor at Capita, to find out how we create connections with candidates to help them find new opportunities.

How my legal training shaped my career in commercial

Jordan, a commercial director in Capita Experience, tells us about his new career path and what makes Capita an exciting place to grow your career.

Each day brings a fresh learning opportunity

Jo, a medical officer, talks about how Capita supports her with CPD, appraisals and revalidation and how she enjoys helping candidates with their hearts set on joining the Army.

Great things happen when you’re you

Chief People Officer Scott Hill talks about our #BeBrilliantBeYou campaign  - at Capita we believe people are more than their work experience or CV.

Supported and encouraged to keep building my experience

Michael qualified as an actuary before joining our team. Here’s why he thinks Capita is a great place for anyone looking to grow their skills and experience in this area.

Shaping my career and the future of actuarial work

Hannah is a qualified actuary who joined Capita some 14 years ago. We spoke to her about her experience so far and how she sees her career growing at Capita.

How I make Army recruitment easy, efficient and pleasant

Hear from Emma, an administrator at Capita, to discover how we help Army candidates from the application phase through to basic training.

I love being able to engage with and get to know new people

Hear from Georgina, a recruitment supervisor at Capita, to find out how we help create a new perspective for Army candidates.

Becoming the right kind of leader for my team

Operations manager Matt Wildman talks about why leadership matters and how he wants to be the best leader he can be for future generations.

Capita welcomes… ambition

Jess has always had big goals and was seeking an organisation to help her grow. Find out how Capita has backed her all the way.

How I’m supporting the future of automation

Leah started her Capita journey over nine years ago and is now Head of Support for automation. She talks about how she got to where she is.

There are opportunities here that would be difficult to find elsewhere

Andy talks about his 30 year career in the Royal Navy and his responsibility for the delivery of the Royal Navy Submarine Training Centre.

Capita welcomes…giving back

As Responsible Business Lead, Wayne Wilson works closely with organisations that need it most, so supporting SOS Children’s Village was a natural next step.



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