Business Development & Marketing Specialist (12-month FTC)

Posted 25 October by Montresor Legal
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*A minimum of 5 years in marketing and business development, particularly within a law firm, is a must*


An exceptional opportunity to join a prestigious international law firm, in the heart of London.


Role Responsibilities

Lead Project Management - Take the reins on RFPs and pitches, demonstrating your project management expertise

Market Insights - Spearhead discussions to propose and gauge with promising opportunities, leveraging your market intelligence.

Craft Compelling Proposals - Show your excellent writing and proofreading skills as you write innovative business proposals. You'll also conduct in-depth research and create tailored responses to RFIs/RFPs.

Partnership - Collaborate with partners to create and execute marketing and client development plans that drive growth.

Infrastructure Enhancement - Develop and refine the business development infrastructure for the practice group.

Budget Management - Assist group leaders in preparing and managing the business development budget.


Market Research - Utilize your familiarity with market research tools to gather crucial insights

Teamwork - Collaborate with the Market Intelligence team to gather and interpret data for strategic decision-making.

Thought Leadership - Partner with the PR team to identify thought leadership topics.


Qualifications and Experience

Bachelors Degree

A minimum of 5 years in marketing and business development, particularly within a law firm, is a must.

Exceptional writing and proofreading abilities are required.

Familiarity with the legal industry and market research tools is a distinct advantage.

Required skills

  • Business Development
  • Legal
  • Management

Reference: 51506085

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