Careers

Find Your Genius.
Pursue Your Passion.

We know that everyone has a genius, and our goal is to help them discover it. We believe investing in exceptional talent is the catalyst for something wondrous. The key to a building a culture of excellence starts and ends with people who are empowered with the knowledge of their potential.

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Ayr Wellness never seeks fees from job applicants under any circumstances.

Fraudulent job offers have been made by individuals, organizations, Internet sites or social media accounts that claim they represent Ayr Wellness. In some cases, job seekers are asked to submit personal information, provide bank information, pay a processing or work permit fee (as much as several thousand dollars) to begin their job.

These offers are fake and do not originate from Ayr Wellness. They are recruitment scams. Ayr Wellness never seeks fees or asks for bank information from job applicants under any circumstances.

 

Is your job offer a scam?

Several clues can help you realize your job offer may be a scam.
Did you apply for a job at Ayr Wellness through our Careers at ayrwellness.com website?

Ayr Wellness does not make unsolicited job offers.

  • Imposter recruiters often offer to send a check to set up a home office in return for a job seeker’s banking number or solicit copies of statements as a way to confirm the deposit was made. 
  • Imposter recruiters often request personal information such as address details, date of birth, CV, passport details, or bank details at the early stages of the recruitment process. 
  • Imposter recruiters often request job applicants to contact other companies/individuals such as lawyers, bank officials, travel agencies, courier companies, or visa/immigration processing agencies. 
  • Imposter recruiters often correspond through free web-based email accounts such as Yahoo.com, Gmail.com, Hotmail.com, etc.

 

What to do if you are approached

  • Do not send any money or provide any personal information such as copies of driver’s licenses, bank information or social security cards.
  • Report the matter to your local law enforcement.
  • Submit a report to the FTC: https://reportfraud.ftc.gov