Whether you’re an experienced marketing director who has worked in Washington DC for many years, or whether you are new to the Nation’s Capital area and are looking to find a communications job opening, you have no doubt experienced disappointment at one time or another.
One of the most challenging aspects of looking for a new marketing, communications or PR position—here in DC or anywhere for that matter—is dealing with rejection. You really wanted the job; it was not offered to you. It is almost always part of the process, but it never gets any easier, whether you are just starting out or have several years of experience.
From our headquarters in Northern Virginia, TorchLight matches DC-area companies and job seekers with exciting, challenging marketing, communications and PR jobs.
Our clients are looking to grow their marketing and communications capabilities. Could their next hire be you?
DC marketing pros seeking new professional job opportunities know there is no shortage of resume advice for job seekers.
You can even hire experts to help craft your resume. Everyone knows a good resume is a crucial first step in landing a good role, and everyone has an opinion on what makes a great resume. How do you cut through the noise and decide which recommendations to follow?
You’re well under way in your search to find a new marketing and communications career for one of Washington, D.C.’s leading companies.
As one of the top public relations recruiters in the D.C. metro area, TorchLight can connect you to highly qualified PR job seekers
Don’t let another day go by. Let our experienced recruiters help fill your open PR positions quickly and efficiently.
If you have the expertise to promote brands through digital marketing, Washington, D.C.’s top businesses are looking for you. Let TorchLight connect you to clients with current job openings
TorchLight, a leading marketing and communications search and staffing firm, connects our clients with highly qualified job seekers, including those hoping to fill open digital marketing jobs in the DMV metro area. Whether you’re looking for a full-time, part-time, freelance or contract digital marketing job in DC and surrounding region, TorchLight can help.
You are ecstatic about your new marketing job for one of Washington DC’s most exciting companies, but one giant task looms before you: You have to give notice at your current job. How do you gracefully resign from a job?
It’s one of the stickier aspects of transitioning to a new role, but it doesn’t have to induce panic. Here are some suggestions for making that transition easier on all parties involved (and keeping your relationships intact).
The importance of networking when looking for your next role cannot be understated, whether you’re actively seeking a mid-to senior-level marketing or communications job in Washington, D.C. or just considering a new professional opportunity.
As many job seekers will find, especially here in the Capitol region, countless roles are not even publicly posted–and, if they are posted, it’s often simply a formality because a candidate has already been identified.
You’ve been actively seeking a challenging new role, your hard work has paid off, and you’ve landed an interview for a new marketing position within one of the Washington DC area’s leading companies. Great work! Now it’s time to get busy preparing.
Did you know that most of the work of succeeding in an interview is done before you even step foot into the room? Here are some of our best tips to help you prepare to nail your interview.