Business Development Manager

Recruiter
Blue Pelican
Location
Tunbridge Wells
Salary
£55,000 - £60,000
Posted
20 May 2022
Closes
01 Jun 2022
Practice Area
Private Client
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Business Development Manager
Tunbridge Wells   This top 200 Law firm are bursting through the rankings across the UK. With offices across Kent, this firm are consistently being recognised by Chambers and Legal 500 -whilst also having six of their departments ranked top tier. This firm is home to many of the UK’s leading law individuals and therefore it can be assured that the experience given within, and the work produced by this spectacular firm is done to the highest standard. Their high-quality work makes them a well-known name, not only in Kent but nationally.   They are looking for a Business Development Manager to join their team to lead on the development and implementation of business development plans for their Private Client departments (consisting of Tax Planning, Probate, Trust Management, Court of Protection, Family, Residential Conveyancing and Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury).   The ideal candidate for this role will have experience in a professional services environment in a Business Development role. The successful candidate will be experienced in marketing and business development as well as being enthusiastic, influential and results driven.   The central duties of this role include but are not limited to:
    Engaging with all sectors within the firm to promote revenue and profitable growth. Pitching and tendering processes for already existing clients as well as potential clients of the firm. Analyse and translate business plans into strategies for the Private Client departments. Undertaking the overall responsibility of the marketing and business development activities for the firm. Establishing client needs and ensuring relevant fee earners are engages in meeting these needs.
  Location – Tunbridge Wells (hybrid working available) Salary - £55,000 - £60,000 (depending on experience)  

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