The firm has a wide range of clients throughout the UK with many clients having strong international connections. We have over 150 partners and more than 900 members of staff in total. Due to expansion, our Business Development team are now looking for a talented individual looking to start their career within Business Development.
As a Business Development Apprentice, you would work closely with other members of the Business Development team, providing support such as;
Helping with the organisation and running of Business Development Events
Contributing to Business Development opportunities, suggesting new ideas
Organizing and updating Business Development literature and resources
Support with the management of the firms social media accounts
Monitoring and Management of mailing lists
Supporting other members of the team with campaigns and marketing
General support for the wider team, assisting in any project work as required.
How to apply for this vacancy
This apprenticeship requires you to apply through the employer’s website. Please contact the employer for application related enquiries.
Application deadline: 30/09/2019
Possible start date: 07/10/2019
Your training will initially involve Level 3 Business Administration, and upon successful completion will move onto further Business Development Qualifications
Those apprentices who really apply themselves can progress with us, building a pathway to a future career within Business Development.
Employer informationFreeths are a top 50, full service commercial law firm with 13 offices spread across the UK. We have a strong financial base with a turnover of £89.781 million. Our growing firm has over 900 members of staff. The Legal 500 and Chambers legal guides consistently rank our lawyers in their top tiers.
Cumberland Court 80 Mount Street
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Monday to Friday
9AM to 5PM
(35 hours per week)
|Expected duration||18 Months|
|Related course||Business Administrator - Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)|
This role will be paid in excess of the National Apprenticeship Minimum Wage
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).