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    Recruitment Fraud Warning

    BWX Technologies, Inc. (“BWXT”) has received information that unauthorized persons claiming to be representatives of BWXT are extending false employment offers to potential job candidates seemingly in an effort to steal money and/or personal information. These persons appear to be using social media platforms and other contact methods to solicit such personal information through the guise of an employment opportunity with BWXT.

    BWXT takes these matters very seriously. By providing this notice and information regarding our process and resources available to help, we hope to prevent job seekers from falling victim to these scams. Do not engage if you suspect a communication may be fraudulent.

    What is recruitment fraud?

    Recruitment fraud is a scam in which a person(s) with malicious intent poses as an authorized representative of the company in an effort to obtain banking or credit card information, or other personally identifiable information from an individual. The bad actor provides false claims of employment often asking the recipients for payment for travel or social security numbers as part of the hiring process.

    Those intending harm will go to great lengths to collect your data.

    Applying at BWXT:

    1. Interested job seekers should visit bwxt.com/careers to apply for open positions.
    2. Candidates who follow this process will receive an email confirming receipt of the application. The email address from an authorized BWXT representative will always end with “@bwxt.com” or “@nuclearfuelservices.com.” If a candidate receives an email message from a free web-based e-mail account such as Yahoo.com, Gmail.com, etc., it is not from an authorized BWXT representative.
    3. Candidates may also receive a phone call or text message from BWXT to discuss the job seeker’s background or schedule next steps in the interview process.

    BWXT will never:

    1. Ask for personal information over social media and other similar platforms. While BWXT advertises positions on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, an authorized BWXT representative will never request personal information over these platforms. Applications are only accepted through BWXT’s secure recruitment portal at bwxt.com/careers.
    2. Ask for payment as a condition of employment.
    3. Require submission of personal data such as social security number, tax documents, or banking information early in the recruitment process. While BWXT does require some personal information, including social security number, for the pre-employment background screen process, candidates will only be asked for this information after a conditional offer of employment has been made and any required disclosures and authorizations have been agreed upon and signed.

    If you believe you may have been the victim of recruitment fraud, please contact your local authorities or the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at https://www.ic3.gov/.

    More information on recruitment fraud is also available at the Federal Trade Commission at https://consumer.ftc.gov/articles/job-scams.