Business Development Manager (Mat Cover) - City Law Firm

Location
England,London
Salary
£60000 - £70000 per annum + Benefits
Posted
10 Oct 2017
Closes
07 Nov 2017
Ref
CD18148
Contact
Carl Dines
Experience Level
Manager
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
As maternity cover (13 months), the Business Development Manager will be involved with all strategic business bevelopment activities at this leading mid-tier Law firm. In this influential role, you will provide strategic advice to the partnership, line manage to ensure the delivery of all BD and marketing activities are executed in line with business strategy, and join at an exciting time of rebrand, giving you projects wholly own! You will work with key businesses, not-for-profit organisations and private clients, enjoy an influential working relationship with both the Senior BD Manager and BD Director, and play a role in strengthening and developing client relationships, driving cross-sell and targeting initiatives, coaching partners, advising on pitch strategy, as well as providing insight in to competitors and new business opportunities. The ideal person for this role will be degree educated, allied to extensive business development and marketing experience within the professional sector, and have line management experience. You will be joining a firm with strong leadership, an excellent reputation in the market and a highly inclusive culture. On offer is a competitive salary and opportunity to take on a highly visible role within the firm. For more information on this opportunity please contact Carl at Resources Group by sending your CV in WORD to applytocarl@resourcesgroup.com

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