You can designate your profile as either private or public on washingtonpost.com/jobs.
PRIVATE: Your contact information will not be displayed to employers who search the washingtonpost.com/jobs Resume Database. This setting is generally used if you want to apply to jobs directly, but not let employers search for you by name.
Employers may see all of the information regarding your employment history, education and skills, but will not be able to see your name, address or other contact information. No one will be able to access this information without your permission. When an employer does a resumes search, your name will be replaced with "Private Candidate" and employers will contact you through an anonymous email address which is then forwarded to the email address you listed in your My Jobs account Profile.
NOTE: Any personal contact information included in a resume that you cut and paste when using the POST RESUME option will not be shielded from view
PUBLIC: All of your information will be available to employers, including your full name and contact information.