Senior Business Development Manager (Legal)

Location
Central London
Salary
To £90,000 + bonus and benefits
Posted
14 Sep 2016
Closes
12 Oct 2016
Ref
FM10864
Marketing Disciplines
B2B, Business Development, Marketing
Contract Type
Permanent
Work Experience Level
Head of, Manager
Agency-side or Client-side
Client Side

This leading global law firm offers the best of both worlds – global outreach but with the collegiate feel of a mid-sized firm. You will get exposure to breadth of marketing and business development and the team are encouraged to be client facing.

In this Senior Business Development Manager role you will start in a 6 month contract with a view to becoming permanent for the right person.  You will work closely with the Practice Manager and lead on all marketing and business development activities for the five areas of the corporate group – M&A, private equity, energy and infrastructure, corporate finance and restructuring. You will develop and implement the business plans working with partners to develop revenue from new and existing clients, playing a strategic, advisory role. You will identify opportunities to deepen relationships with existing clients and cross-sell services. You will lead on bids and proposals and develop marketing and profile raising initiatives. You will also manage a team of two.

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced manager looking to step up into a Senior Business Development Manager role. You will have significant experience within a leading international professional services organisation, ideally a law firm. You will have the gravitas to influence and persuade.

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