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TFG has a diverse and dynamic workforce that focuses on client results and satisfaction.  TFG’s professional staff plays a critical role in our success. We look for creative thinkers who have demonstrated commitment, competence, and teamwork.  We offer an outstanding employment experience in a culture where employees are challenged to give their best effort and are encouraged to grow with the firm. 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), HIV/AIDS status, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, personal appearance, genetic information, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, covered military or veteran status, or any other factor protected by federal or local law.

Job Opportunities


Grants and Research Assistant

TFG is seeking a Grants and Research Assistant to assist firm lobbyists and staff on a variety of grant and research projects.  Daily assignments often include: assisting in the preparation of grants for municipal clients, researching and tracking federal legislation; searching previous and current appropriations bills for critical information; locating grant opportunities for municipal government and nonprofit clients; assisting with public relations by compiling information for TFG's website, database, and business proposals; attending congressional and industry hearings and briefings; and writing blog posts, summaries and memorandums.  Grants and Research Assistants will also be responsible for contributing to research and written content for technical reports on economic development planning, demographic analysis, environmental issues, and related subjects.

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Research Intern

The TFG Internship Program is seeking a Research Intern to assist firm lobbyists and staff on short-term to medium-length projects.  Daily assignments often include: researching and tracking federal legislation; searching previous and current appropriations bills for critical information; locating grant opportunities for municipal government and nonprofit clients; assisting with public relations by compiling information for TFG's website, database, and business proposals; attending congressional and industry hearings and briefings; and writing blog posts, summaries and memorandums.  Research Interns will also be responsible for contributing to research and written content for technical reports on economic development planning, grant proposals, demographic analysis, environmental issues, and related subjects.

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Hear from Our Employees

  • TFG fosters a very collaborative work environment.
    I’m constantly learning from others in the firm.

    - Stephanie Missert - Associate
  • TFG cares about their employees - I really appreciate.
    the benefits and the ability to telework.

    - John Smith - Executive Assistant
  • TFG encourages us to step out of our comfort zone
    and rewards us when we take the initiative.

    - Tina Dykstra - Executive Assistant