Recruitment fraud involves false job offers being sent to individuals or advertised via legitimate online services, bogus websites and unsolicited emails. The offers, which claim to be from Balfour Beatty are intended to obtain personal data and/or financial payment from the recipient in return for “work visas” or other processing fees.
Very often these offers carry a company logo and the details of a company employee. These are very easily found online and should not be accepted as proof of authenticity. Please be advised, Balfour Beatty will never make unsolicited offers of employment, ask for money from job applicants or require bank details from candidates before a formal offer of employment has been agreed.
Any vacancy Balfour Beatty do advertise can be verified via our careers webpage.
If you do receive such an offer, treat the email and any attachment with caution. Do not respond and add the senders address to your spam filter and/or blocked sender list.