I have been skeptical about responding to nursing jobs advertised on craigslist, but did so yesterday because I am really interested in the one advertised. It is for a hospice service near a city where I live in Minnesota. I found the website for the company and it also does home care as well. On the website, the CAREER page says "Coming Soon"- in which I found odd because this company has been around for several years and should probably have an established CAREER list page (instead of advertising on craigslist). Makes me a bit nervous that they advertise on craigslist and am wondering if they are legitimate or what the deal is. I have seen smaller home care agencies advertise on craiglist-but this particular company (according to it's website) has services in 4 different states. I would love to find out more about this company, but imagine I am not to mention the name of the company here, right? The site also "overstressed" it's relgious commitment, which is very unusual , isn't it? The add stated: "No phone calls please", "If you are compassionate, have a caring heart, and are interested in being a part of a growing hospice service in this area-please contact us." I responded by email to the ad through the listed number with a general letter of interest of application and requested more info. I received a email back from a person at the company claiming to be the Executive Director who is a Licensed Social Worker (the lowest level possible for a social worker and NOT a nurse!) Is that a little odd too? This person's email to me simply stated "please send resume" with enclosed fax #. The phone number is also listed, but I don't dare call, or should I? Sorry if I seem to be a little paranoid, but I have heard some real horror regarding jobs advertised on craigslist. I love hospice nursing and if this is legitimate, I will follow through. Advice or similar experiences shared would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!