We have become aware of a recent increase in job recruitment fraud. The individuals attempting to perpetrate scams may impersonate a Lucem Health recruiter. These individuals may use fraudulent forms or hold fraudulent interviews in an attempt to collect sensitive personal information or obtain money from applicants. Please take extra care when responding to recruiters on job boards such as Linked In and Indeed. If you are unsure that your recruitment interactions are legitimate, we encourage you to stop communications with that person and reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that Lucem Health and its recruiters will never request money for any reason during or after the hiring process. We will never request bank account details, tax forms, or credit card information as a part of the recruitment process. We will never ask you to send us money.
We will not request or host an interview via text or chat on any instant messaging applications, including those on LinkedIn or Microsoft Teams.
The Lucem Health HR Team corresponds from email addresses with the domain “@lucemhealth.com”. However, it is still possible for scammers to display this email address domain fraudulently. Fraudulent email and website domains may include “lucemhealths.com” and “lucernhealth.com”. These are not Lucem Health. We will never communicate with you from any public domain email address, such as one from Gmail.
All Lucem Health positions are listed on the career section of our website, at https://lucemhealth.com/careers/#careers. If you are in doubt about the source of job offer please check this website to verify that the position is available.
If you feel that you have been a victim of a job recruiting scam, please contact your local law enforcement authorities. You may also report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.