Client & Market Development Coordinator (6 Month FTC)

16 Oct 2019
29 Oct 2019
Colette Norfolk
Experience Level
Contract Type
Full Time
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Client & Market Development Coordinator to join one of the world's leading law firms on a 6 month fixed term contract basis.

The Client & Market Development Coordinator will join a team of six supporting the Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Tax, Pensions and Employment practice to build credibility in key market segments with the firm's target client base, pursue and win new business opportunities and retain and grow existing client relationships. Working with the guidance of the senior team members, the role holder will primarily focus on coordinating the London legal directories process within L&DR and TPE for the key Chambers, Legal 500, GIR and GAR submissions. You will liaise with lawyers, researchers and client referees to collate best in class submissions that capture the right matters to promote the firm's expertise within that product category. The role holder will also provide assistance with pitch documents, capability statements and client presentation materials. Other key duties will include client relationship management and client feedback, working with the research team to prepare client and market intelligence and driving the use of appropriate social media and marketing channels.

For the role, you must be an intelligent and pragmatic graduate or equivalent with experience of working in a business development team within a professional services environment and be able to demonstrate a track record of working pro-actively to produce work of the highest standard. In addition, the Client & Market Development Coordinator must enjoy working under pressure and striving continuously to improve both quality of delivery their own personal performance.

Leighton Taylor promotes diversity, equality and fair treatment in all aspects of our work. It is our policy that as a provider of marketing and business development recruitment services, we will work to address existing inequalities, eliminate discrimination and promote equal opportunities and diversity. We translate this into all aspects of our everyday work and will aim to prevent discrimination or other unfair treatment against any of our staff or any users of our services regardless of gender, age, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origins, disability, sexual orientation or political and religious beliefs.

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