By Eseoghene Emuke
In a statement issued by CNL’s General Manager, Policy, Government & Public Affairs, Esimaje Brikinn , said those behind the fake job opening are fraudulent individuals seeking scam unsuspecting members of the public.
According to the statement, “Chevron Nigeria Limited (“CNL”), operator of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/CNL Joint Venture, is aware of the circulation of false recruitment information posted in several media and online channels by unscrupulous persons and organizations in the name of CNL and Chevron Corporation, purportedly advertising job positions in CNL.
“Additionally, fraudulent job offers have reportedly been sent through emails, text messages and phone calls by individuals purporting to be staff or representatives of CNL and Chevron Corporation, with the intent to defraud their victims.
“CNL hereby dissociates itself from such false job recruitment information and job offers published in any newspaper, web site, email, poster, handbill or any other medium. CNL did not make or authorize such publications.
“Members of the public are hereby notified that CNL does not and will not require applicants to make any payment towards processing any job application. Recruitment advertisements requesting candidates to pay money, at any point during the recruitment process, are not from CNL.
“CNL does not solicit job applications or initiate recruitment processes through emails, posters, handbills, text messages, social media, or phone calls.
“Job seekers are advised to always check the company’s website at: http:/www.careers.chevron.com, and the national newspapers for job advertisements from CNL.”