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Recruitment Fraud Warning:
It has come to our attention that individuals pretending to represent HealthEngine are making false offers of employment to prospective job candidates in an attempt to obtain personal and financial information. We have taken this matter seriously and notified the relevant authorities in Australia in an effort to stop the fraudulent scheme. By making you aware of this, we hope to avoid and ultimately stop victims from falling for this scam.
Please do not provide any personal or financial information to anyone you suspect of recruitment fraud. If you are contacted by someone whom you suspect may not be appropriately representing HealthEngine, please notify us using the form below.
Any genuine offer of employment from HealthEngine will involve personal interviews in most cases. Please be aware that HealthEngine will never text a prospective employee, nor send an email from a Gmail account. Candidates will only ever be contacted by an email address ending in @healthengine.com.au.
We further note that perpetrators of recruitment fraud will often:
- offer a candidate a position of employment and send a cheque in payment for the candidate’s salary.
- ask candidates to interview via an instant messenger type program.
- offer candidates a work-from-home position.
- ask recipients to complete recruitment documentation, such as application forms, and terms and conditions of employment.
If you are unsure whether an offer of employment is genuine, please contact HealthEngine’s People and Operations team and ask whether the job offer is a real one. You can lodge a query using the form below.
If you have received a fake employment offer, we recommend that you contact the relevant authorities in the jurisdiction in which you reside.
Please do not:
- accept cheques or send any money. HealthEngine does not send cheques or ask for money transfers or payments from candidates to secure a job.
- disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know.
- respond to unsolicited business propositions and/or offers of employment from people with whom you are unfamiliar.
- communicate further with recruiters if you believe the communications may be fraudulent.