Could your brand benefit from a social media contractor in your D.C. office? Let TorchLight help!

As a top search and staffing firm in Washington, D.C., TorchLight connects clients to highly-skilled marketing and communications professionals to fill both temporary and permanent positions

Today’s leading companies understand a strong social media strategy is critical to reaching its customers, which is why many attempt to bring in an experienced contractor with these special marketing skills. At TorchLight, we have connections to social media professionals who can generate attention-grabbing content as well as jump in at a moment’s notice—contractors who are eager join your team and take your brand to the next level, whether on a short-term or by-the-project basis.

TorchLight specializes in recruiting and placing mid- to senior-level marketing and communications professionals in prominent companies throughout the DMV region. We work with clients looking to fill permanent, contract and contract-for-hire positions.

We pride ourselves on service. TorchLight sticks with clients every step of the way, from the interview and selection process to the reference check, negotiations and beyond. We stay involved to ensure a smooth transition for both you and the candidate. TorchLight’s developed a proven process that works—we’re delighted with our 97% success placement rate. Contact us to learn how we can help you fill your important open positions.

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Hiring managers: Do you have a need for a short-term or project-based social media contractor in D.C.? Call TorchLight today and speak to one of our experienced recruiters.

Social media job seekers: If you are looking for a contract opportunity—or for a new full-time position—upload your resume to our database. When a client wants to hire a candidate, it’s where we start our search for the area’s marketing and communications superstars. &

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