Primec has been informed there has been Facebook posts using the Primec brand to target job seekers. Be careful when applying from jobs online, and only ever apply through Primec’s website, Primec’s official emails (email@example.com) or via jobs on Seek Australia.
How to spot an imitation
Here are some telltale signs to watch out for:
Poor Grammar and Spelling. The posts may have grammar and spelling mistakes. We make sure our job listings are polished and error-free.
Request for Personal Information. If they’re asking for personal info like your bank account number, drivers licence details, or address upfront, something’s off. Primec will ask for these details after you have started the interview process, and we are serious about hiring you.
Too Good to Be True. If a job offer seems too good to be true, it probably is. Promises of high salaries, and Australian employment visa’s, are using your emotions to lure you in. Primec does not sponsor visas.
No Official Website Mentioned. Primec will always direct job seekers to our official website for applications. If there’s no mention of the official website, it’s probably not genuine.
Applying for Real Primec Jobs
We are currently only hiring for the following roles;
- Field Service Diesel Fitters
- Trades Assistant
Just a quick heads up: We don’t provide visa sponsorships. All applicants must already have the right to work in Australia. It’s a crucial part of our hiring process.