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Who can use this awesome new site?

     Employers  who provide behavioral health services in Nebraska. Services are defined as direct or indirect care, including administrative agencies that serve a role in the behavioral health system of care.
     Job seekers who desire to work in the behavioral health field. Our scope of job postings are meant to include every level in the workforce, from entry-level administrative support to licensed professionals.
     For those of those of you recruiting for or trying to land a  mental health- or substance abuse-related job – this is the site for you!
 How much does it cost?

     It’s free!  There is no charge for employers to post a job or job seekers to post a resume.
Are there time restrictions for postings or a cap on use?

     No!     Employers and job seekers may have unlimited use of our website. Job and resume postings are set to expire after 60 days’ time but can be easily renewed an unlimited amount of times for free.
FREE for Job Seekers. FREE for Employers.
Post Resumes. Find Internships. Search Jobs.
Post Jobs. Connect.

It’s that simple.


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