Client Development Co-ordinator

Posted 20 March by Career Legal
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Based in canary Wharf

£30K- £35K


A highly motivated Client Development Co-ordinator is needed to join a Global Law Firm in London. Our client has an established international presence, offering career progression with excellent benefits.

The Client Development Co-ordinator will provide client relationship management support to specific client teams, in order to develop stronger client relationships and improve client satisfaction and revenue. Attention to detail, a proactive and positive approach and determination are all required for this role

Specific tasks include:

  • Researching and analysing a client’s business and key market sectors
  • Collate and disseminate key client developments, news stories and industry trends
  • Liaise with a wide range of internal stakeholders, e.g. partners, lawyers, secretaries, business
  • Content management database (InterAction)
  • Arrange and attend internal global, regional client meetings
  • Monitor implementation of actions in the client plan
  • Client reporting using Excel
  • Client events
  • Pitch support
  • Supporting the global client programme

Requirements include:

  • You will be educated to degree level with previous experience in a professional services firm and in the areas of client relationship management, or marketing communications.
  • You will have excellent oral and written communications skills and be able to show the potential and interest to grow and take on more responsibility.
  • Good commercial awareness of market developments is also required.
  • Excellent IT skills in particular the use of Microsoft Excel and will have the ability to access internet-based knowledge sources and learn how to use databases.

To apply, please click on the button and send your Cover Note and CV with your contact details.

Reference: 36696111

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