AGTC has been made aware that unauthorised individuals/recruitment agencies are promising job opportunities in or on our behalf and requesting payments to cover processing fees, visas, work permits and other transactions. These requests are sometimes supported by fake documents. AGTC will never require you to make any form of advance payment as part of the hiring process. You will only be contacted by AGTC if you have applied for an open position through our website.
All official emails will only generate from our official emails @agtc-kwt.com
We won’t be liable for any loss you suffer in connection with a scam
At AGTC we strive the best. Our people are our greatest asset who strive to be our best selves for our customers, our business and each other. We are a collective of different cultures and backgrounds who collaborate in an environment that encourages everyone to share their voices and opinions for continuous improvement.
We do not have any openings at the moment, Please do visit us after some time
When you apply for any published vacancy at AGTC, you will go through a recruitment process.
Once your application is received, your application will be reviewed by our recruitment team to assess your capabilities in line with the job requirements.
Should your application be successful; you will receive an introductory call from our recruitment department who will discuss what the role involves. This part may be skipped if you are applying within the country.
You will be invited for a formal interview at our premises. Depending on the role you have applied for.
Once you have successfully completed the interview and assessment stage and have been selected for the position, you will receive an offer letter and will begin the onboarding process.
Sometimes our identity is used fraudulently in fake recruitment campaigns and false job offers.
E-mail/ Job fraud schemes are currently circulating on the Internet where fraudsters use AGTC’s name to solicit job applications, and require the victims to pay job-application or other processing fees. Sometimes, the scams take the form of telephone calls rather than e-mails. Certain versions of this scam are very sophisticated. Occasionally, a scammer will send a fake check for a large amount of money to the victim to cover the "processing fees." The scammer hopes the victim pays the fees before discovering that the check is fraudulent. If you do receive an unsolicited e-mail offering you a job at AGTC -- sometimes involving extremely large amounts of money -- this is invariably a scam. Do not send any money.
This warning is issued to the general public as a public service. AGTC will not be liable for any losses incurred as a result of these unauthorized activities. Please contact us on any unauthorized activity