Note from Human Resources to Prospective Job Applicants

About Our Interview Process

If you receive a message from a person claiming to represent Sunovion and requesting that you participate in an online interview, you should end your correspondence with the individual, and report the interview request to Sunovion and the appropriate authorities (see the General Warning below for some contacts). If you have been contacted for an interview and have any concern, please do not hesitate to contact us at Staffing@Sunovion.com to confirm that your interview and process are legitimate.

Sunovion does not post job opportunities on Craigslist. Sunovion conducts phone interviews or screens, but we do not conduct online interviews, and will never ask you to interview via email, instant messenger, Google Hangout, Yahoo Messenger, or any similar platform. All electronic correspondence will come from Sunovion or our vendor partners and we will never ask you to cash a check, or send us money.

General Warning to Job Seekers

Job seekers should exercise caution when responding to online job listings. Scammers and impersonators are very clever and often make claims that sound legitimate, but are not. Beware of job listings that:

  • Advertise for work-at-home or other remote work opportunities.
  • Job postings for field sales representative positions in the pharmaceutical industry are sometimes used by con-artists for these types of scams.
  • Require you to cash checks and then return a portion of the funds to the company or individuals.
  • Ask for your passwords, bank account numbers, or other private information.
  • Arrive via emails that are not from a corporate email address or domain.
  • Appear as a text message on your phone.
  • If you are not sure about the legitimacy of an online ad or a job opportunity to work remotely or at home:
    • Contact the hiring company to find out what jobs are currently available.
    • Visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) which has more information about common scams or frauds that target job seekers available on its website. The FTC has prepared a video explaining how to submit fraudulent activity to FTC personnel, which can be accessed at this link.
    • File a complaint with the FTC or other authorities. The FTC complaint form is available here. Its complaint hotline number is 877-FTC-HELP (877-382-4357). Scams should also be reported to the FBI’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center. You can also report fraudulent job postings to the website or service where you found the posting.

If you suspect that someone is posing as a Sunovion employee to defraud you, please let us know by contacting us at in Staffing@Sunovion.com.