What we look for

Our goal is to become the employer of choice in the industry, attracting and retaining people because of our culture and the opportunities we provide for career development. Financial services is an exciting and rewarding sector in which to build your career. Having the right people in place is key to our corporate strategy and commercial success. Where we can, we always look to recruit and promote from within, however, we also realise the benefits of diversifying our workforce by combining internal talent with the best skillsets and backgrounds from outside of the business.

Regardless of what level role you are applying for, or what business function you are interested in, there are certain behaviours that we look for in all our people. Below are a few examples of the competencies that are vital to success at DCANS Capital irrespective of your level in the business or functional area.


• Collaboration - In a business with different regional offices with separate priorities specific to the communities in which they build, it is vital that we share ideas, learn from our colleagues and communicate regularly and effectively.


• Open to Change - Required for a sector that is always adapting to legislation, innovation and customer feedback.


• Focus on our Customer - Without them we would not be in business.


• Passion for People Development - Whether you’re an employee showing interest in the development of your colleagues or a line manager looking at progression and opportunities for your team members, it’s vital part of what makes our business great.


• Solution Focused approach - Very important in a complex industry that presents plenty of challenges on a day to day basis.


• Makers and Doers - We're not interested in just talk without any relevant action.


• Integrity, great team working ability and a customer focus all form key areas we look for.


• People with operational experience


• Knowledgeable, exposed and abreast with modern and contemporary trends in relevant areas and good fashion sense (not indecent exposure).


These behaviours, amongst others, make up a key part of our selection process for all jobs we recruit for so if you are thinking about a career with DCANS Capital then we would encourage you to always think about our key competencies.


Back to Career Home

Useful Information

The FCA does not regulate some forms of buy to lets, commercial mortgages, secured loans, unsecured loans, bridging loans, trusts, agricultural loans, overseas mortgages, and conveyancing or debt management. Our lending to limited companies, incorporated partnerships and unincorporated partnerships of three or more is not regulated by the FCA.
Not being regulated by the FCA means that we can make our own lending decisions (incl creative credit options). All loan agreements are still subject to UK Laws and UK Courts.
Kindly read all our Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) carefully before you sign any Loan Agreement. If you do not understand our loan contract terms & conditions, invest in the services of a solicitor before you sign.
Your use of this website and/or services constitutes acceptance of our T&Cs.
If you disagree with our T&Cs and How We Operate, please don't use our lending services.

Before You Apply

You should not apply for a loan amount that you cannot comfortably afford to repay now and in the future to avoid the possibility of legal action.
It is an offence to knowingly give false, inaccurate or misleading information when applying for a loan. If you give such information, you may face criminal prosecution and/or civil action for the recovery of any losses incurred by us.
Any property used as security, which may include your home or pensions and/or business assets, may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a loan or any other debts secured on it. | Our Repayment Assistance Programme is, however, available to qualified borrowers only.
Note: As part of our KYC and anti-fraud checks, you cannot email us from any of the free mail providers accounts as a business, including but not limited to gmail, hotmail, or yahoo. You are advised to send us an email from the email of your business or company website. If you are borrowing as a business and you don't have a website, we can't deal with you. Learn more.