We have become aware that individuals potentially interested in job opportunities at DNO are being approached by scammers. These scammers have made use of the DNO name and logo and also made use of the names of DNO directors, executives and personnel in emails and correspondence claiming to be job offers on behalf of DNO.
If you are contacted by what appears to be DNO or individuals working on behalf of DNO, please be aware that offers of employment, emails or other written correspondence purporting to be on behalf of DNO may be false and fraudulent.
In particular you should note that DNO and the recruitment organisations we work with will never ask for up-front payment of fees from job applicants, including for visas, work permits or travel.
What to do
- If you receive an unsolicited job offer from what appears to be DNO or individuals working on behalf of DNO, do not respond. If you receive such communications in the form of emails, do not open any attachments or click on any links.
- Do not send money under any circumstances and do not provide personal or financial information. If you have already provided this information you should consider contacting the appropriate local law enforcement authorities.
If you have received such an unsolicited job offer or request for payment of up-front fees or personal or financial information and wish to bring it to our attention for our awareness, you can do so by sending the details to [email protected]
You can view our current job opportunities and apply online at Careers (myworkdayjobs.com).