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Business Development Lead, Law Firm (Mining Sector)

£85,000 – £90,000 yearly

Anthem Consulting

Anthem Consulting

Last Updated: 1/10/22

Job Description

Business Development Lead role aligned to the mining sector in leading global law firm. Full mix role with key account focus. Hybrid working. To £90,000 + bonus.

This well-known global law firm is a real challenge to the magic circle and enjoys a great culture. It is looking for a senior business development manager to take the lead on all business development and marketing activities for the firm’s mining sector. The role will also have a focus on managing some of the sector’s key clients.

Working across the EMEA and US region, the role will involve:

  • Playing an advisory role to partners in their client relationship management activities of the group’s key clients;
  • Managing a number of key clients in the mining sector;
  • Coaching partners in their pursuit of new business;
  • Develop profile raising initiatives within the mining sector such as thought leadership;
  • Immersing yourself in the mining sector to understand trends and issues, and taking opportunities to partners.

You must have significant business development and client relationship management experience in a leading international professional services firm and be comfortable in a client facing role. Experience of the mining sector is highly desirable for this role.

To apply for this role, send your CV to Frosso Miltiadou at [Register to View] [Register to View] or contact us on 07976 659 170.



Company Details

London, London, United Kingdom
Anthem Consulting is a boutique recruitment consultancy specialising in the recruitment of marketing and business development professionals in the Professional Services sector. Anthem provides recruitment and search capability at all levels across legal, accountancy, property, management consultancy, the built environment and professional bodies. We work with skilled professionals across&nb...