When you’re in a hurry to bring an experienced digital marketing contractor on board, we can help. We’re the Washington area’s No. 1 marketing, communications and PR recruiters and we’re connected to an incredible network of the region’s best marketing consultants.
Contact TorchLight today! Our experienced recruiters are ready and eager to help.
DC’s headhunters specializing in marketing and communications roles, like TorchLight, can help your company find and hire exceptional full-time talent. But did you know we also help Washington companies like yours find experienced contractors for your short-term, project-focused needs?
Increasingly, companies are using marketing contractors as an affordable, flexible way to fill staff openings or to complete an important project.
Join the countless nonprofits, for-profits, law firms, associations, trade groups and start-ups in the District of Columbia (DC), Northern Virginia and Maryland who turn to Torchlight Hire, the region’s fastest-growing marketing and communications search and staffing agency.
Let us tap into our extensive network to find and recruit the very best marketing, communications and PR professionals for your company.
Are you an experienced digital marketing pro living and working in Washington, D.C., Maryland or Northern Virginia?
If so, we want to know about you! Our clients are some of the region’s most exciting companies–from established Fortune 500 firms to mission-driven associations to fast-growing start-ups–and they are looking for accomplished digital marketing experts like you.
At TorchLight, we help hiring managers like you fill full-time, part-time, contract and consulting marketing and communications positions in Washington, D.C.
Leading companies throughout the D.C. metro area rely on TorchLight to find top candidates to fill their mid- to senior-level marketing and communications job openings. They may be looking for permanent or temporary employees—for professionals to fill full-time, part-time, short-term or freelance positions.
When D.C.’s leading businesses need experienced communications or marketing professionals to fill a short-term need or lend special expertise to a project, they rely on TorchLight to find the perfect consultant
As a leading search and staffing firm in the D.C. metro area, TorchLight is able to connect clients with highly qualified communications consultants to assist with short-term or project-based work. By hiring a consultant, your team will benefit from the professional’s expertise and unique skill set. And, as a hiring manager, you’ll able to bring in an extra set of hands to achieve your business goals without the expense of adding a full-time, permanent position.
From dress code to desk configuration, identifying—and hiring—top marketing professionals in DC means finding the right personalities for your office culture
Whether it’s an open office with a bar cart or a series of cubes filled with suits, professionals looking for new marketing and communications job opportunities in D.C. will find that workplace culture has something for just about everyone. For Washington companies, that means selling who you are to prospective employees can mean the difference between a successful, long-term hire and someone who is miserable on day one.
As one of D.C.’s best marketing and communications search and staffing firms, TorchLight helps match clients with highly quality professionals looking for a new opportunity
If you know how to promote products or brands through electronic media, area hiring managers are looking for you. Some of the leading businesses in Washington, Maryland and Northern Virginia have open digital marketing jobs—and they’re searching for someone with your expertise.
What D.C.’s Nasty Traffic Means For Your Next Hire (and What You Can Do About It)
Those of us who live in the D.C. Metro area know commuting takes frustration to a new level—traffic is a nightmare, public transportation is less than ideal, and the traditional rush “hour” expands beyond the norms of most major cities. In fact, D.C. has some of the highest percentage of the country’s mega-commuters—people who travel more than 90 minutes a day, with 27 percent of people spending two hours a day commuting, according to the Census Bureau. And all of this can limit your hiring options.