Beware Potential Recruiting Scams
Thank you so much for your interest in joining CEI!
We’re excited that you’re interested in joining the CEI team. Please feel free to explore any of our open Corporate or Staffing Solutions positions.
At the same time, we want to ask you to be cautious of recruiting scams that are becoming more and more prevalent across all industries. Beware of impersonators of CEI recruiters and employees. Unsuspecting applicants are often invited to fake interviews, and sometimes even extended fake offer letters. The goal of the impersonators is to convince you to either pay money or reveal sensitive personal information.
Please note the scenarios below, and be wary if you experience something other than the following:
- CEI emails will always come from @ceiamerica.com. We will not use any other domain.
- We will never ask you for your full Social Security Number. We may ask for the last four digits of your Social Security Number or the month and day of your birthday as unique identifiers.
- For our corporate positions, we have a multi-step interview process. If you receive a job offer after one phone call for a corporate position, use caution.
- CEI job postings are listed on our website and various job sites (ie: LinkedIn, Indeed, etc.), however we do not use Fiverr.
If you experience any of the situations above and would like to verify credibility, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-341-3541.
Please feel free to explore our open corporate positions here.