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Looking for an Excellent Candidate for Your Product Marketing Job Opening in DC, Northern Virginia or Maryland?

Let our experienced marketing communications recruiters, based in Alexandria, Virginia, help you find the right candidate to help your company achieve its most important marketing goals.

Product marketing specialists have proven to be valuable to D.C.’s leading businesses—could your company benefit from hiring someone with product positioning expertise? TorchLight can connect you to marketing professionals with this unique skillset.

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Four Team Builders to Help Your Team Refocus and Re-Energize For Q4

The fourth quarter can be a busy time of year for marketing teams.

As days get shorter and the holidays approach, it can be difficult to keep people energized and focused. Now is a great time to start thinking about how you can use team builders to help your team stay energized through the holidays and into the new year.

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Why Your Employee Performance Reviews Should Be Quarterly, Instead of Annually

Here’s a challenge for you today: Walk around the office and take an informal survey of both managers and employees.

Ask them if they like doing annual performance reviews.

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Relax this summer—Let TorchLight find D.C.’s top marketing talent for you

Whether you’re looking to fill a full-time communications job or need a part-time PR consultant, we’re connected to the Washington region’s best

Between trying to sneak in a few days of vacation and meet growing work demands, you may find there is little time left to devote to filling your open marketing position. At TorchLight, we understand while filling a void on your team is a high priority, you have a lot on your plate. Let us help you find your next superstar employee.

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Are you struggling to fill important marketing jobs in your Washington office?

TorchLight is here for you. See why we’re D.C.’s #1 recruiters in the areas of communications, PR, marketing analytics, SEO and more!

Marketing has become among the hardest positions to hire for—not only are qualified marketers in high demand, but also the industry has become so specialized. Whether you’re looking for a professional with a unique skillset or someone with expertise in many facets of marketing, TorchLight can help.

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TorchLight, a top marketing and communications search and staffing firm, named one of Washington, D.C.’s Best Places to Work

Alexandria-based TorchLight recognized for workplace flexibility, company culture and exponential growth

As a leading marketing and communications search and staffing firm in D.C., TorchLight celebrates its most recent accolade—being named among the region’s 2017 Best Places to Work. The Washington Business Journal released the list today, honoring TorchLight along with some of Washington, D.C.’s most impressive businesses.

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What Surprises Top D.C. Hiring Managers’ New Year’s Resolution Lists? Political Neutrality.

TorchLight, one of the Washington, D.C. region’s No. 1 marketing recruiters, shares how to do it right.

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Struggling to find talent in the DC job market? Three interview questions to spot cultural fit and prevent turnover

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.

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