Marketing & BD Assistant at City Law Firm

Recruiter
Law Support.
Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
c£25,000 + benefits
Posted
26 Apr 2021
Closes
24 May 2021
Ref
JB13285
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Marketing and Business Development Assistant    - c£25k + benefits

A brilliant opportunity has arisen at a growing international law firm for a marketing and business development assistant to join them in a varied and exciting new role. This is a perfect role for a marketing graduate looking for their first proper job in the city and offers superb training and development opportunities. 

Working in the heart of the City (once offices re-open of course, remote working until then), the successful candidate will become fully involved in all aspects of the firms’ marketing and business development from working on the website to organising events as well as offering support to the lawyers with their BD and pitches. 

What they are looking for is a bright, enthusiastic and confident marketing/BD graduate who has gained some experience gained in a law firm or similar professional services environment during an industry placement, work experience or suchlike.  

You must be an excellent communicator and in particular have great writing skills, ideally with a degree in Marketing or similar. 

This is an amazing opportunity for someone looking for their first job in Marketing/BD and a real chance to get involved in all aspects rather than being pigeon-holed. 

For more information, please get in touch with John Bruce ASAP as they are keen to start interviewing. 
 

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