Get Hired, Find the Talent Desired:
DC Hiring Experts Share Insider Tips Every Job Seeker and Hiring Manager Needs to Know
4:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 26, 2018
During the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit
National Education Association, 1201 16th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
According to recent hiring studies, as many as 60 percent of employers regularly use social media to research candidates when filling marketing and communications jobs in DC. This means it is more important than ever to make sure your personal brand is well represented on these sites to help you stand out from the competition.
Organizations and work groups of any size can turn toxic. You likely have friends or peers who have experienced this right here in Washington, D.C., because it happens everywhere. And when employees come in to work stressed simply because of the nature of the workplace, you may find yourself facing a problem, especially since lost productivity due to stress may be costing businesses as much as $300 billion a year, according to some studies.
Artificial intelligence in marketing is becoming a hot topic, thanks to the speed at which AI is growing and evolving. The technology has the ability to streamline processes, create more effective campaigns and even generate content, making it a boon for marketers looking to save time.
TorchLight’s experienced marketing recruiters have connections to highly skilled marketing and communications job seekers.
Content specialists have special storytelling skills—they use creativity to promote a company’s brand. Where do you find the best marketing experts to hire? Contact TorchLight.
The recruiters of TorchLight, one of the top marketing and communications search and staffing firms in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, help clients find excellent temporary hires
Is a deadline quickly approaching? Have a special project your marketing team doesn’t have time to tackle? Concerned how you’ll cover an employee’s leave of absence? Some of the D.C. metro area’s most prominent businesses are staffing smart—they’re relying on TorchLight recruitment agency to help find marketing contractors.
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TorchLight can make the recruiting process easier—and more efficient—by connecting you to candidates with the expertise to fill your open position
Finding a highly qualified marketing manager to fill an open role takes time and patience. Sifting through a pile of resumes is likely one of a long list of things on your to-do list. So, why not leave the search process to the experts?
When used effectively, content marketing can draw potential customers in, establishing your business as a subject-matter expert and enticing them to view your other offerings.
But, as with any other marketing tactics, company blogs have to provide readers with value. Otherwise, you aren’t going to convert them to paying customers.
Eager to work at one of DC’s top companies? TorchLight marketing headhunters connect highly skilled candidates with hiring managers filling communications jobs in Washington, Northern Virginia and Maryland
Does the new season inspire you to look for a new communications job? TorchLight’s jobs board has opportunities for a fresh start, whether you’re looking for corporate communications manager, writer or contract communications jobs.
Content marketing is a powerful vehicle; it gives you a platform to not just advertise your products or services, but truly establish your brand in a way that connects with current and potential customers. While the larger focus of working in a DC communications job is generally providing your readers with value, you also need to make sure that your broader message is brought to your audience.