Fraudulent Recruitment

Parsons is aware of recruitment scams where individuals misrepresenting themselves as Parsons’ agents or representatives have offered fraudulent employment opportunities with the intent to steal personal information and/or solicit money from people wanting to work for us.

One of Parsons’ core values is integrity and we want to help potential employees avoid these scams. Several scams that have been reported to Parsons include inquiries from Emily Willett, Arnold Abraham, and Warren C. Earle. These are fraudulent offers.

  • Parsons would never ask a potential employee for money as a term of employment or to pay for application processing fees.
  • Parsons will never issue a check to an applicant and require the applicant to negotiate that check to purchase equipment or supplies as a condition of employment.
  • Anyone can view our open positions at careers.parsons.com.  If a position is not advertised, it is not a legitimate opening.
  • Parsons directs potential employees to apply to positions and create a professional profile in our applicant tracking system via careers.parsons.com.
  • If Parsons requests an application to be completed, a recruiter will send the potential employee a link to complete the application from our applicant tracking system.
  • Parsons email addresses include @parsons.com or @saudiparsons.com.
  • If you receive a fraudulent employment request, save the message and send it to your local law enforcement agency. You may also contact security@parsons.com.