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.
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.
A highly-skilled marketing analytics expert can be extremely valuable to an organization, although locating D.C.’s top marketing talent can be a challenge—unless you know where to look. Rely on TorchLight’s experienced recruiters to connect you to the area’s most qualified professionals.
At TorchLight, we specialize in hiring and placing highly skilled marketing, communications and PR professionals in Washington, D.C.’s leading businesses. And, because this is all we do, we’ve become experts.
Washington Business Journal today announced that Alexandria, Virginia-based marketing and communications search and staffing firm TorchLight Hire has been named among the Washington region’s 2017 Best Places to Work. The company will be formally recognized at a special event hosted by the Business Journal on June 22.
We’re TorchLight, one of the D.C. region’s fastest-growing and most trusted marketing, communications and public relations recruiters. Washington companies of all sizes turn to us for help finding and hiring mid- to senior-level marketing professionals in both permanent full-time and short-term contract positions.
Marketing departments here in the Nation’s Capitol and beyond continue to explore flexible staffing solutions to assure important projects and initiatives continue moving forward without the time and expense of hiring additional full-time staff. While companies big and small rely on contractors to get the work done, this recent article in MarketPro explains why a business must be smart about bringing in independent staff, or it could cost them.