Job seekers are being warned about an email scam that is trying to trick them into paying for visa applications in order to apply for a job with Ryanair.
Ryanair is advising that jobs with them are filled via their approved recruitment partners, which are listed on www.ryanair.com/ie/careers/job.
Job hunters are also being advised not to reply to anyone who receives an email from the email address: [email protected].
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said: “Ryanair condemns these illegal recruitment scams which prey on eager job hunters who are keen to secure a well paid career in aviation. Ryanair has contacted the authorities in the UK and Ireland to ensure that people are not duped into paying money for non-existent visas to unscrupulous scam artists.
“Those interested in a career with Ryanair should ignore these email scams and only apply for vacancies listed on the Ryanair website, where they will also find information on our approved training partners.”
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Read more about the Ryanair recruitment scam on Ryanair’s website.
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