Communication Assistant Jobs in the Washington D.C. Metro Area

Whitman Associates is the leading staffing agency for D.C., Suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia. We help match you with employers who are hiring for communication assistant jobs in both permanent and temporary positions. Many of our clients also offer a temp-to-perm staffing option that takes the pressure off while you become familiar with the position’s responsibilities.

We take pride in our strong relationships with candidates and employers. We work with you to find the perfect job that meets your needs, matches your experience and piques your interest. These entry-level assistant positions are not limited to the communications field. Many industries require communication assistants to write and publish marketing content or to help with administrative tasks. Whether you have a communications background or you are making a career change, Whitman Associates can help you start in a new position.

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Becoming a communication assistant

Entry-level communications assistant jobs typically require candidates to possess a bachelor’s degree in communications or marketing, or have experience in a related field. A communication assistant provides administrative support to different teams within the company. They may also facilitate communication with clients; draft and edit copy for letters, emails, and website content; create posts and manage social media accounts; assist with marketing efforts or prepare presentations and reports. 

Communication assistant jobs can have varying responsibilities depending on the size of the company and the industry it serves. Skills that employers look for in a communication assistant include ability to organize, methodical research techniques, a sharp eye for detail, and the ability to work within deadlines.

Growing your career 

Whether you’re fresh out of college and looking for an entry-level communications assistant position or you’ve got some experience under your belt, we can help you develop your career. Practicing common interview questions or receiving an expert review of your resume can be invaluable. We value your long-term career goals and look to match you with positions that build on your existing skill sets and experience. Visit our career advice section on tips for how to get your start in the office as a new hire, office etiquette and ways to take initiative in your job as a communication assistant.

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Areas we serve

Whitman Associates works with communications assistant job seekers in Washington D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia. We also have job listings for other office administrative positions such as administrative assistants, secretaries, receptionists, marketing assistants and more. Search our job listings now for temporary and permanent positions. Apply online from our job listings page or email a copy of your resume to