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D.C. employers trust us to respond to their temporary needs with urgency and quality

When your need is urgent, we take immediate action to provide the motivated candidate who can handle your long or short term temporary positions.

Washington D.C.’s premier search firm for top-level administrative professionals

When you need to hire that exceptional person with the experience, skill, and judgment to fill a high-impact role, we plan, prepare, and target our search for the candidates who will succeed.

We are specialists on Washington D.C.’s
administrative job market.

We know your market because we have over twenty years of experience recruiting the right talent for the Washington area’s most discerning employers. We understand your needs, and we know how to identify the educated, experienced, administrative professionals to meet your hiring goals.

Here are some of the positions we fill for you

  • Executive Assistant for your C-suite
  • Executive Assistant for a department
  • Project Coordinator
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Scheduler
  • Receptionist
  • Events Coordinator
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Development Assistant
  • Meetings Assistant
  • Government Affairs Assistant
  • Program Assistant
  • Social Media Assistant
  • Property Management Assistant
  • Leasing Assistant
  • Database management

The organizations we serve

  • Business, trade, and education associations
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Professional services businesses
  • Commercial real estate firms
  • Investment Firms
  • Corporate Headquarters
  • Consulting firms
  • Government Affairs offices

Why do our clients come back year after year?

Because we produce the results they want and they love our team

We Get to Know You

We listen to you, study your company, and meet your people to learn who will be happy and successful in your organization, then apply that knowledge in our screening process.

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We Know Our Candidates

We take the time to interview each candidate, face-to-face, so we can choose people who are motivated to work for you and qualified to succeed in your organization.

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We send people who want your jobs

How much time do you waste interviewing people who don’t fit your goals and don’t want your jobs? We fully explain your opportunities before we send the candidate to you.

We Follow-Through

Your success is important to us. We give each assignment or search individual attention. We follow up with you and with our candidates to give you feedback and help ensure their success.

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Washington D.C. is one of the top 4 US cities in starting salaries.

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The Washington Monument (555 feet) was once (1884) the tallest structure in the world – until it was topped by the Eiffel Tower in 1889.

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If you're looking for a bathroom, the White House has 35 bathrooms.

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A national record for Washington – wine consumption! We drink more wine per person than the people in any of the 50 states.

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D.C. baseball is green. Nationals Park was the first “green-certified” baseball stadium in the country.

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Washington’s gift to football. The football huddle was invented here by the team of Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf and hard of hearing, to avoid having the other team see their hand signals.

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D.C. is jam-packed with museums and many are free – 13 free museums on the National Mall alone!

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Washington residents were not allowed to vote for president until 1964.

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The Capital Beltway encircles the city, but don’t believe the old joke – If you miss your exit on the beltway, just keep going. You'll come to it again.

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There is a typo on the Lincoln Memorial. It's almost covered up, but see if you can spot it on his inaugural address.

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There are 2,233 restaurants located in Washington, DC.

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The National Capital is an international city! We have 175 embassies and international cultural centers, and 15% of DC residents speak a language other than English.

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“Taxation Without Representation” Washington residents still have no voting representatives in Congress.

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Washington’s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is the 2nd most popular museum in the world. The Louvre in Paris is #1.