Recruitment Fraud

Voyager has received reports that there are instances of identity thieves posing as Voyager employees to steal personal information from job seekers. In these cases, identity thieves visit job-related websites and invite candidates to online chats. During the chat, they press job seekers to provide bank account information and personal identification numbers. If you receive unexpected offers of employment from people claiming to work for Voyager, we suggest you do not correspond with them, do not click any hyperlinks and do not open any attachments.

At Voyager, we will never ask for personal financial information during any step of the interview nor do we charge job seekers fees as part of the recruitment process. Voyager’s recruiting correspondence will be sent by a recruiting representative with an email address.

If you believe you have been contacted by an unauthorized person, please contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.

EEO Statement

We are committed to treating all individuals with respect and dignity, irrespective of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other protected status. Our hiring and employment practices reflect our dedication to providing a fair and inclusive environment for all. We embrace the unique perspectives and talents that each individual brings to our team, recognizing that diversity strengthens our organization and contributes to our success.

No Solicitation

Submission of unsolicited resumes in advance of a signed agreement between our company and a placement agency does not create an implied obligation and, if an unsolicited candidate represented by a placement agency is hired, we are not obligated to pay a fee. Only approved recruitment firms will be allowed to provide services to Voyager Therapeutics, Inc.