Recruiting Scam Notice
At Enliven Therapeutics, the security of our employees and candidates is a priority. Recently, we have been made aware of certain unauthorized individuals falsely presenting themselves as recruiters as part of online scams or phishing attempts. We will never request sensitive information such as your bank account information, social security number, or other non-publicly available information during the application and interview process. If someone asks you for sensitive information, we strongly advise that you assume that individual is not affiliated with Enliven. Some things to watch out for:
- Enliven and any recruitment agencies authorized to represent us will NOT charge or collect any fees or require any money deposits from jobseekers at any stage of the recruitment process. Enliven does not request or require personal documents like bank account details, tax forms or credit card information as part of the recruitment process.
- The hiring process involves more than one interview (virtual or in-person). Enliven will not request an interview on any instant messaging applications.
- Beware of vague job requirements or job descriptions. If you are concerned regarding the legitimacy of an open role at Enliven, always check our company’s careers website for the roles that Enliven is currently recruiting for. If the position you are being contacted for is not listed on this website then it is mostly likely not a legitimate open position. If you have further need for confirmation please email: Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Slightly altered or unprofessional email addresses. Enliven's recruitment team only corresponds from email addresses with the domain '@enliventherapeutics.com.
Helpful Tips for Avoiding Employment Scams:
The Federal Trade Commission has a helpful website with information about avoiding job scams. Check it out here: https://consumer.ftc.gov/articles/job-scams or https://consumer.ftc.gov/articles/how-avoid-scam
What To Do If You Believe You've Been Scammed:
- Stop all contact with the scammer immediately.
- If you believe you were a victim of such a scam, you may contact your local authorities.
- You can also report it directly to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center at https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx.
- You also have the option to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.