Sometimes, job ads will reflect the position requirements without any contact details or company name. This is not always a scam. A majority of the time, the hiring manager is very busy and does not prefer to have hundreds of emails or phone calls that he/she may not be able to respond to each day.
RWJ has private clients that often prefer this method. However, many job ads may contain the company's name and city information, allowing you to research their business.
Unless the job ad welcomes you to contact the hiring manager directly, we strongly caution applicants against contacting the company.
This can make the applicant look like a potential employee that would not follow directions well.
Many companies receive a plethora of spam emails and irrelevant voicemails that hinder their review of qualified applicants.
If you are uncomfortable applying for a job opportunity that has no contact details, we suggest refraining from submitting your application or cover letter/CV/résumé.
For an ongoing list of job scams and so-called companies that are simply data miners or frauds, we welcome you to visit the "Job Scam" forum section.
Best wishes, remote writers!