Some organisations may offer false employment opportunities within Harbour Energy or our associated companies.
These offers may ask potential employees to provide personal details such as bank account and passport numbers or to make a payment to process immigration and entry clearance formalities. The individuals responsible for these offers have no connection with Harbour Energy. We make a job offer only following a formal interview and we do not request money or credit card details from potential employment candidates.
We urge anyone who has received such an offer not to divulge personal details or to make any payments, and to report the incident to the publication, website or agency carrying the initial advertisement and the authorities. You can also report the fraudulent activity to Action Fraud. Please feel free to contact us if in any doubt.
Recruitment agency submissions
Harbour Energy will pay a fee upon placement only where there is a written engagement in place between our Human Resources function, and the third party prior to submission of a resume/CV. In the case of candidates submitted or presented to us by a third party without any such prior engagement, we reserve the right to pursue and hire those candidates without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency.