TorchLight, one of the best marketing and communications search and staffing firms serving Washington, D.C. businesses, helps clients fill top PR jobs
Filling digital and content marketing jobs that require specialized skills can be a challenge—that’s why hiring managers at Washington’s top companies turn to TorchLight.
A talented PR consultant can effectively communicate an important message to the public or transform your company’s image. If you’re looking for a professional to help with a short-term project, TorchLight can connect you to the best public relations consultants in the Washington area.
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.
We’re quickly approaching the end of 2017—could hiring a D.C. digital marketing expert help your company finish the year with a bang? Whether you’re looking for a professional to assist with social media, email marketing or enhance your SEO, TorchLight can connect you to a marketing superstar.
Don’t spend your time trying to fill open marketing, communications and public relations jobs—look to the experts. TorchLight, one of the best recruiters in D.C., helps the area’s leading businesses hire highly qualified mid- to senior-level professionals for their most important positions. And we’re only click away.
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.
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.
According to a recent article published by The Wall Street Journal, the number of major employers bringing in contractors to get the job done is on the rise. Companies, including Amazon, Google, Pfizer Inc., Procter & Gamble Co. and FedEx Corp., are hiring contractors instead of permanent employees to cut costs and to be more flexible with changes in demand.