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Welcome to the Mental Healthcare Careers Security Center

Mental Healthcare Careers is dedicated to providing the safest possible environment for you to search for jobs and manage your career. To assist with that goal, we ask that you keep a few simple security precautions in mind when evaluating job postings on Mental Healthcare Careers and job opportunities that you may receive unsolicited via email.

For example, it's possible that you may encounter fraudulent job opportunities when searching for jobs online, or you may receive fraudulent email that has had the sender's email address forged to make it appear as if it came from Mental Healthcare Careers. Such practices are a violation of Mental Healthcare Careers Terms of Use and may be a criminal violation of federal and/or state law.

Regrettably, all online companies are susceptible to occasional scams. While Mental Healthcare Careers makes every effort to prevent this abuse, it is not immune to such activity. To help you conduct a safer job search, we've assembled the following security-related articles and resources. Familiarizing yourself with this information will help you better manage your career.

Standard & Compliance: Customers may request to view our proof of compliance reports by contacting their Account Representative.


Resume Security


While fraud is prevalent online, it tends to be focused on companies that derive their business from online purchases. As Mental Healthcare Careers is primarily a free service, and the contact information found in a resume can just as easily be located elsewhere (e.g. telephone listings), you can be assured that posting your resume on Mental Healthcare Careers is a safe way to conduct a job search and manage your career. However, you do need to be mindful about the type of information you include on your resume. For example, the following personal information should never be included:

  • National Identification Number

  • Driver's license number

  • Bank account information

  • Credit card information

  • Passwords

  • Date of birth

NOTE: You should also never share the personal information listed above with a prospective employer until you are confident that the employer and employment opportunity is legitimate.

Posting Your Resume
Do you want employers to find your resume on Mental Healthcare Careers? Are you currently employed and need to be more careful about who is able to see your posted resume? Not all job searches are alike, so MHC allows flexibility in how you post your resume. Your resume options are described below:


Please note that if you apply online with your posted resume, the information you've marked as confidential will be included so the employer can contact you.

Important: If you choose to hide your contact information, current company and references, you must ALSO remove this information from your uploaded Word resume or Copy & Paste text resume.

Our portal allows you to share your resume with employers whose careers you are interested in.
Your resume option is always provide and you will have the ability to share it with the employer. However, you can still search for jobs and apply online using your private resume.