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Find jobs in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area with Whitman Associates

Whitman Associates, Inc. has been helping professionals in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C.find jobs for over 50 years. We specialize in connecting candidates with office jobs in the D.C. area. 

The region’s top employers trust us to help fill a variety of office jobs in the D.C metro area, including:

Accounting Clerk

The duties of accounting clerks typically include processing invoices, documenting transactions, preparing reports and organizing correspondence for an organization’s accounting department. 

Administrative Assistant

Administrative assistants provide support to ensure efficient office operations. This typically includes answering and directing phone calls, organizing and scheduling meetings, producing and distributing correspondence and ordering office supplies.


Bookkeepers use standardized budget reporting tools to provide financial insight for decision-makers and to prepare for annual tax filings. 

Customer Service and Call Center Representatives

Customer service representatives serve as the liaison between an organization and its current or potential customers. Duties include answering incoming phone calls, identifying and resolving caller needs, providing callers with proper information and keeping records of all conversations.

Clerical Support 

If you’re hoping to find a job as a clerical support staff member, WAI has connections across the DMV to help you succeed. Clerical support staff members will perform a variety of tasks to support office teams including entering data, filing records, sending and receiving faxes, answering telephone calls and relaying messages.

Communications Assistant

Communications assistants draft and edit copy, maintain web content, create and track social media posts, assist with marketing efforts and prepare presentations and reports.

Convention / Event / Conference Staff 

Responsibilities of conference staff include general supervision as well as setting up, administering registration, performing coordination duties and providing technical support for events.

Data Analyst / Data Entry Clerk

Data analysts’ responsibilities include acquiring data, analyzing results using statistical techniques, maintaining database systems and identifying patterns in complex data sets.

Event Management 

Event managers are responsible for planning and organizing events. Events can vary in size, content and purpose. Prior event or management experience is typically expected for this role.

Executive Assistant

Executive assistants perform office and administrative tasks to support executive management. Duties often include screening calls, managing calendars, corresponding with boards of directors and preparing reports.

Graphic Specialist

Graphic specialists utilize creative messaging and visual art to communicate ideas. Typically, graphic specialists are expected to have prior experience with graphic design software.

Human Resources Assistant

Human resources assistants act as liaisons between HR managers and employees. Their duties include compiling and updating employee records, processing documentation, coordinating projects, assisting in payroll and conducting new hire orientations.

Legal Assistant

Working under the supervision of an attorney, the responsibilities of legal assistants include providing administrative support to lawyers, handling communications with clients and witnesses, preparing case briefs, conducting investigations, researching information for cases and writing basic legal documents and correspondence.

Legal Secretary

Responsibilities for legal secretaries include preparing and maintaining legal documents and facilitating communication with clients and staff. Additional duties may include maintaining calendars, arranging travel, attending trials, typing minutes, writing case briefs and producing synopses of testimony.

Marketing Assistant

Marketing assistants are responsible for a variety of tasks that support an organization’s marketing department. They conduct market research, maintain databases, assist with website SEO and manage digital and social media campaigns.

Office Administrator

Ensuring the proper flow of office procedures is the primary function of office admin staff. Other duties include coordinating office activities and operations, supervising administrative staff, managing calendars, arranging travel and conducting bookkeeping procedures.

Office Manager

Office managers coordinate both procedures and staff to maintain a pleasant office work environment, ensuring organizational effectiveness, communication and safety. Responsibilities include scheduling meetings, reviewing invoices, managing vendor relationships, assisting with onboarding new hires and serving as a liaison between departments.


Fact-finding is a large component of this role and involves monitoring changes to government guidelines and utilizing existing files and cases for research purposes. Paralegals may be called upon to help attorneys develop legal arguments, motions and other case filings.

Project Coordinator

Project coordinators work closely with project managers to manage and organize projects ranging from simple activities to more complex plans. Responsibilities include preparing comprehensive action plans, coordinating tasks and assisting with administrative duties.

Property Management 

Reporting to property or facilities managers, property management staff are responsible for the general maintenance and operation of an organization’s property. Their duties may include collecting rent, handling maintenance requests and facilitating communication between owners and tenants.


Receptionists are the first point of contact for an organization, offering administrative support across departments. Responsibilities include greeting guests, coordinating front-desk activities, distributing correspondence and redirecting phone calls.


Secretaries perform clerical work and provide general administrative support for an office. Responsibilities include answering phones, managing calendars, filing documents and composing letters and memos.

Work with Whitman Associates, Inc.

We offer permanent, temporary and temp-to-hire options for candidates looking to find office jobs in Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and Montgomery County and Prince George’s County in suburban Maryland. Check out our job listings today and find out about current openings. 

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