BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (LITIGATION) - BG11
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Strategic, results-oriented role focused on the support of the Firm’s internationally recognized Litigation practices, including more than 700 lawyers across the globe. This candidate will report to the Firm’s Assistant Director for Business Development for Litigation and Investigations, and will work closely with other Business Development and Marketing team members, including two Litigation Business Development Specialists. Responsibilities include developing and executing intentional business development, marketing, and external communications programs for Commercial Litigation, Class Actions, Product Liability, Product Safety, and Insurance practices. Consult with practice group leadership to develop and coordinate strategic business development plans for assigned groups and individuals, including fiscal year plans, individual goal statements, and specific business development initiatives; manage the implementation and execution of these plans and initiatives, and measure outcomes. Lead on annual practice group budget development and manage approved budget on a monthly basis. Act as primary point of contact for practice group leadership and broader partnership. Other responsibilities as assigned and required.
Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications, or related field. MBA or JD a plus. Minimum of three years of experience in professional services marketing and business development. Demonstrated background of accomplishment in marketing and business development. Previous law firm experience is highly desirable. Excellent interpersonal skills and written and oral communications skills. Demonstrated leadership and proactivity/initiative. High-energy, creativity, and value-added orientation. High level of accountability on all work product and ability to effectively juggle multiple projects. Ability to provide consistent and high-quality work product under tight deadlines and other pressures while maintaining a professional demeanor. Experience and facility with information technology and software for marketing the practice group, including website, databases and knowledge management tools. Proficiency with Word, PowerPoint, and Excel required. InterAction, Adobe, and Publisher skills a plus.
$144,900+ Depending on Experience
9:00 am – 5:30 pm