ASHLIN Management Group continuously seeks to engage creative, innovative, highly motivated professionals with a real commitment to lending their skills to helping improve the lives of people in underserved communities. Only through the efforts of dedicated, skilled, creative individuals, has ASHLIN been able to achieve the level of success it has had with its programs and services. ASHLIN seeks to build on this tradition by continuing to provide opportunities for talented individuals seeking to make an impact in the world by improving the quality of life for those who need our services the most. ASHLIN believes in the power of possibility. Join the ASHLIN team and help make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
ASHLIN Management Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains strict compliance with the Federal/State/local laws and regulations regarding Equal Opportunity Employment.
The Project Assistant is a progressive, high-level administrative position with advancement to increasingly more complex positions such as Project Specialist. This position is responsible for a variety of administrative functions and will also assist with preparing reports, conducting research, handling informational requests and maintaining complex databases. The Project Assistant must have strong verbal and written communication skills, outstanding critical thinking skills and a demonstrated commitment to continuous quality control and improvement. This staff position will function in a fast-paced, deadline oriented environment, and must be able to work both independently and as a member of team. Organization skills, ability to work on multiple complex tasks and demonstrated computer application skills are required.
Location- Washington, DC
ASHLIN Management Group is seeking a senior level Business Development executive to join our team to lead our busines development and client relationship management activities as Director. The Director of Business Development is reponsible for ensuring that the company is meeting all quarterly revenue targets and growth goals. Additionally, the Director of Business Development is responsible for growing the division through developing and implementing a strategic business development plan. Individual must have a demonstrated track record in sales and business development in the B2G and/or B2B space.
Location- Greenbelt, MD
The Case Manager will need Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in social work or similar field; 1 year of experience in job development, job placement, employment counseling, or job seeking skill training and motivation; and experience in marketing employees and working with the business community; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills, ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and ability to work as a team member, as well as independently.
Location- Washington, D.C.
The Job Developer will need a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or universitiy, or 5 years of experience conducting work slot job development and placement activities. Experience in marketing employers and working with the business and professional community. The Job Developer will need comprehensive knowledge of and established relationships with the local employment market and labor market needs. Prior experience working with similar population.
Location- Washington, DC
The Business Analyst position is responsible for understanding business process management and business requirements of the client. This role requires very strong technical skills, coupled with business intelligence and a deep understanding of the client's needs so that they can be transformed into application and operational requirements.
Location -Atlanta, GA
The Customer Service Representative (CSR) is responsible for providing customer service support to individuals who are enrolling in and paying for health insurance, through the District’s Exchange, through Medicaid and private health insurance, small business (SHOP) health insurance eligibility, enrollment, and related assistance using the new District of Columbia Access System (DCAS). The CSR will provide services through multiple channels of communication: telephone, web chat and email, and written correspondence.
Location - Washington, DC
This position will perform clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging and scheduling meetings/ conference calls and developing meeting minutes/notes upon the conclusion of each event. As the Administrative Assistant you will conduct research, prepare statistical reports, and handle complex information and requests. In this role you must also able to accomplish numerous tasks to help fulfill obligations to personnel and clients, and be proficient in various computer programs. The Administrative Assistant position also has potential for advancement to increasing more complex tasks including project management.
Location - Atlanta, GA