£30,001 - £40,000 Jobs in Bid and Pitching jobs

Found 2 jobs
    • Bristol
    • Competitive
    • CB Resourcing Ltd
    • Posted 18 days ago

    A prestigious UK law firm is looking for a Part Time Document Production Technical Trainer to be based in their knowledge management department in Bristol. The hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11am - 7pm. The role will include the following responsibilities: Conducting skills gap analysis and designing training programmes. Providing training to both ...

    • London
    • 35000 - 40000
    • Anthem Consulting
    • Posted 28 days ago

    Bid Executive/Coordinator role at a US law firm. London based. Up to £40,000. This US law firm is looking for a Bid Coordinator to join their growing London based team. The role will have strong focus on supporting transactional fee-earners across all European offices. The team are very friendly, and the firm as a whole have a really nice cultur...


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A pitch executive will be involved in many functions of the bidding process for new legal work. They will primarily assist in the production of pitch documents, ensuring materials are up to date and on-brand/consistent with the wider focus of the legal business development teams.

At an experienced/non-managerial job level, day-to-day responsibilities may include creating a firmwide opportunity log, producing reports and following up on new prospects already created for the law firm or legal practice in question, by associated external law firms from joint pitches.

The bidding function, especially a bid manager, has the responsibility of gathering the pitch documents created alongside other general corporate material and market information to put together a formal bid for legal work. Similar to a tender, this is usually the final part of the process when trying to gain new work for the law firm. Depending on the prospect, there may be room for further negotiation on the bid once submitted, which is a desired skill for most firms, or the bid needs to be a complete package at best cost with a simple yes/no response from the potential client.