This position requires a very careful adherence to well-defined work where repeatable results are needed. The work is highly precise in nature and requires a very strong attention to detail.
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This position requires a very careful adherence to well-defined work where repeatable results are needed. The work is highly precise in nature and requires a very strong attention to detail. It is vital for the work output to be very high quality, with correct results, time and time again. Checking and double-checking is often necessary; individuals performing the job must be patient and conscientious. Both the content and the presentation are important; all work must be highly polished. There is little ambiguity in this job. It is very clear what needs to be done, and what the expected results are. This clarity will come from the attorneys and intake coordinators in the firm. The established procedures and processes must be followed very closely; there is little room or necessity to modify them. Much of the work can be accomplished by working at a steady, even pace. There is much consistency and familiarity from one day to the next. It is generally feasible to plan large blocks of work ahead of time. When work flow does change, there is ample foresight and time to prepare. The work is helpful in nature; providing support and/or service to others in an environment free from competition. Interacting with clients requires a professional, formal manner where the focus is on completing the task pleasantly and correctly.
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The Client Acquisition Director manages the marketing aspects of the firm and carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the firm’s policies and procedures within the marketing department to include interviewing, hiring, and training employees and vendors; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
The Client Acquisition Director may recommend improvements to the intake, pre-engagement, post-engagement, or other sales-related processes to the Director of Client Relations. The Director of Client Relations will be responsible for deciding whether to accept such recommendations and oversee the implementation of such or request assistance from the Marketing Department in implementing such recommendations (e.g., changes to pre-engagement or post-engagement sequence).
This post closes December 31, 2021 – you have this much time left to apply:
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