Love all the great things FindLaw does? Then you should consider working here! FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business, not only provides free quality legal content, comprehensive lawyer marketing plans and essential resources for legal professionals, it is also a great company to work and grow in. Working at FindLaw means working with some of the best and brightest in your chosen field. One particularly exciting role within FindLaw legal marketing department is the Client Development Consultant.
The Client Development Consultant (CDC) position is responsible for developing and growing new customer accounts in the legal community within an assigned territory. A high energy role, a CDC has the unique opportunity to identify potential small and solo law firm customers within their given territory, and ultimately showcase all the great FindLaw web-based marketing and advertising solutions.
Sound intriguing? Here’s a snapshot of some of the key responsibilities of the CDC position:
- Responsible for meeting sales targets and quotas on a monthly basis
- Consult with clients regarding the best FindLaw solutions to meet their marketing and advertising needs
- Strategically build a customer base via various methods
- Create and maintain a sales pipeline status
- Maintain in-depth knowledge of FindLaw’s product line
- Collaborate with internal stakeholders regarding new and existing clients
- Participate in marketing events, trade shows and company events
As you can see from the responsibilities above, working as a FindLaw CDC is a great opportunity for professional growth in sales and to make an immediate impact at FindLaw. As part of an award-winning team, you will experience the FindLaw culture of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit and be able to make your own contributions to the dynamic environment that FindLaw provides.
FindLaw is one of the fastest growing business units within the larger Thomson Reuters family. Check out the many great opportunities to be a part of FindLaw today!
– Elizabeth Bank, Interim Director, Human Resources
with Laura Strachan, FindLaw Audience Team