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.
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.
TorchLight, one of the Washington, D.C. region’s No. 1 marketing recruiters, shares how to do it right.
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.
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.
TorchLight’s experienced marketing and communications recruiters share their best tips for a successful first interview
How a little extra preparation will help you land your next DC marketing and communications job opportunity
You heard about an exciting marketing or communications role with a great Washington, DC-area company, you’ve submitted your resume and likely gone through a few rounds of initial screenings to land an interview. Leading up to the day of the interview you have fastidiously prepared by researching the company’s website, reading any recent news articles about the organization, looking up the interviewers on LinkedIn, and rehearsing for any and all questions you might get during the interview. Well done! But you are only halfway there…
As fall ends and the winter season rapidly approaches, our environment is filled with signs of transition and renewal. As orange and brown turn to green and red, we are prompted to reflect on our own transitions and the decisions that drive them.
It’s Halloween in Washington, DC, and while the kids are all decked out as Elsas, Minions and Superheroes, perhaps you are one of the countless marketing and communications job seekers to don a “costume” of your own—suits, ties, pumps, brief cases—in preparation for that big job interview.