Overview

Through our longstanding relationships with providers in the social services space, we offer customized staffing and recruiting solutions tailored to each setting’s unique hiring needs.

From understanding the unique staffing needs of the social services population, to offering flexible solutions that fit into budgets from various resources, ES Healthcare takes an individualized approach to connecting our clients with the talent they need to meet the increasing demand for care.

Our team of specialized recruitment experts connects hospitals, community programs, nonprofits and government-funded organizations with our expansive network of qualified social services professionals.

Social services jobs we place include the following and more:
  • Case planners and managers
  • Licensed clinical and master social workers (LCSWs)/(LMSWs)
  • Socio-therapists
  • Licensed mental health counselors (LMHCs)
  • Vocational education specialists
  • Residential specialists
  • Credited alcoholism and substance abuse (CASAC) counselors

Social Services Settings

Learn about our
areas of specialization

Children & family care

Domestic violence

Disabilities

Homeless

Substance abuse

Mental & behavioral health

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