Below are some tips for job interview without your boss knowing it.
* Use "personal time" off to interview. That way, no one will ask what you are doing.
* Clump your interviews together in a batch.
* Schedule interviews early or late in the day (before or after work) or around the lunch hour.
Below are 12 dos and don'ts for job interview by Kiplinger.
1. DO tell your boss if you're interested in advancing.
2. DON'T tell your boss you're looking elsewhere.
3. DON'T job hunt at the office.
4. DO use an appropriate e-mail address.
5. DO hand out your cell phone number.
6. DON'T post your résumé online for all to see.
7. DO time your interviews well.
8. DON'T badmouth your current employer.
9. DO mind your attire.
10. DO handle references with care.
11. DO give plenty of notice before you quit.
12. DO keep in touch.
In general, I would advise against posting your resume online. You can send resume to targeted employers separately rather than broadcast on the web. This way, you can create customized versions of your resume, which is actually better.
However, if you do have to post your resume online, there is a way to do it better. At least with Monster, you can block who can search your resume (not just hiding your personal information, actually blocking who sees it).