November 15, 2016

Welcome to’s first quarterly e-newsletter.

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Our mission is to connect behavioral health employers with job seekers in Nebraska, thus supporting workforce development.  

Currently, 88 of Nebraska’s 93 counties are designated mental health shortage areas by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. We aim to make connections to improve access to job opportunities in behavioral health.  

This FREE website for both employers and job seekers offers an opportunity to find the right people for the right jobs in the mental health and substance abuse fields.  

We hope you will utilize this resource in your recruiting efforts and job search! 

For Job Seekers

Set up a profile – It’s easy!

With over 100 employers posting jobs on the website, take the time to set up your profile, post your resume, and connect with your future career!  

Create job alerts and receive a notification as soon as the position is posted. The site is absolutely free, and you can post your resume for employers to view. Upload multiple resumes, and you can decide who can view it.

Start your search today! 

Register as a Job Seeker.

For Employers
Got Interns?
Check Out Our Internship Toolkit

A well-structured and engaging internship program can energize your organization! We offer all the resources you need to create or refresh your internship program. The Internship Toolkit includes a number of tools to help you get started, including:
  • Internship guidelines and policies
  • Sample job description and application
  • Recruitment and interview strategies
  • Orientation ideas
  • Sample evaluation
Providing a successful internship program can lead to a successful recruitment program.

Post your internships and volunteer opportunities on the site for free!   Get started here.
Kim Michael,  PHR, SHRM-CP
Recruiting Can Be Like a Fishing Expedition
How do you find good candidates and keep recruiting costs down?

Nebraska currently ranks 4th in the nation for low unemployment rates (3.2%), a mere fraction below the top three states in the country ( September 2016, DOL Statistics). Simply put, it seems to be getting harder and harder to recruit for jobs.

When thinking about a good recruitment plan, every employer, small or large, regardless of its industry, should be casting a wide net.  

Do you have a hiring success story or recruiting tip to share? 
Mobile App Coming Soon! will soon be accessible via a mobile phone app!

Currently, when you register as a job seeker or an employer, you can set email notifications to alert you about job openings and new resumes posted. 

Look for more details soon about the app!
Recent Job Posts
Heartland Family Service

Nebraska Children's Home Society

Nebraska Department of Correctional Services


Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska

Department of Health and Human Services

See more job postings.

This website, made possible with the support of private and state funding, was developed in collaboration between the Nebraska Regional Behavioral Health Authorities and Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN) to provide FREE access to employers and job seekers alike.