We are aware that people are being contacted with false offers of employment from individuals and organisations claiming to represent Aurecon. The Aurecon name and logo have been used on documentation without authority.
Recruitment fraud often occurs via false websites and unsolicited communications using free email accounts such as Yahoo or Gmail. Aurecon employees conduct email communications via the domain @aurecongroup.com.
If you believe you have received a suspicious email, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These scams are usually undertaken to obtain money or information to progress a visa application. Aurecon never requests money from candidates who seek employment with us.
In most cases the individual being approached has not applied for a vacancy with Aurecon. Our recruitment process involves personal interviews in most cases.
Aurecon is taking this matter very seriously and is working with the relevant parties to prevent such fraudulent activity. Our intention is to raise awareness and ultimately prevent people from becoming victims of such scams.
If you believe you have been the victim of recruitment fraud we advise you to contact your local authorities.