In our pursuit of excellence, we are always in search of talented people who possess that inner driving force that leads to success. Whatever your career path – Qualigen will offer a working environment that stimulates the success and growth potential found in each and every individual.
These are exciting times at Qualigen as we continue to work together to build our team!
For information on career opportunities or to submit an application for employment, please send correspondence to:
2042 Corte del Nogal, Suite B
Carlsbad, CA 92011
Qualigen is proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
3rd Party Recruitment Agencies
Qualigen, Inc. does not accept unsolicited resumes from 3rd party recruitment agencies and is not responsible for fees from recruiters or other agencies except under specific written agreement with Qualigen, Inc.
Any unsolicited resumes sent to Qualigen, Inc., including unsolicited resumes sent to a Qualigen, Inc. address, or email address, directly to Qualigen, Inc. employees, or to Qualigen, Inc.’s resume database will be considered Qualigen, Inc. property. Qualigen Inc. will NOT pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited resume. Qualigen, Inc. considers candidates for whom an agency has submitted an unsolicited resume to have been referred by the agency free of any charges or fees.
BEWARE OF JOB SCAMS
Qualigen always conducts telephone, in-person, or video conference interviews with job candidates during the recruitment process. Job scammers avoid in-person and audio or video communication with job seekers and restrict their interaction to emails, text, or messaging platforms such as WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, or Telegram. Furthermore, they tend to use email addresses that are not associated with Qualigen or a reputable staffing agency.
Phishing is a type of scam used to trick users into divulging sensitive information. Scammers will often pose as a legitimate company in order to steal financial information or account credentials. Phishing attempts may contain attachments, documents, or requests for “interviews” on messaging platforms such as WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, or Telegram.
If you receive an email or text that you suspect might be a phishing attempt, do not click on the URL within the message. File a report to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) or the FTC.