Jobs at eNCA
FAKE JOB OFFERS
From time to time false offers of employment circulate in the names of e.tv and eNCA. e.tv and eNCA advise recipients to contact the television channels directly if they should receive an offer of employment. Offers not confirmed by e.tv or eNCA should be disregarded, and no personal information or money should be sent to the contact addresses provided by the scammers. Persons interested in applying for employment at e.tv and eNCA should consult the list of current vacancies at www.etv.co.za/jobs and www.enca.com/jobs.
Job scams can be recognised by looking out for the following:
- Any job offer that requires payment fee in advance is probably a scam.
- A company that corresponds from a free email account is likely a scammer.
- An offer without an interview is unlikely and you should never accept a job offer that comes via email, when you have never had a telephonic or face-to-face interview.
- If you did not apply for a job, it more than likely is fake.
- If the job descriptions are vague or sketchy, the offer could be a scam. Please be aware e.tv and eNCA will never email and ask you to apply for a role or request any form of payment from you.