Competitive Intelligence Analyst - Law

Business Information Researcher - London, United Kingdom

Ref: 334Friday 10 June 2022

Competitive Intelligence Analyst - Law

A leading international law firm that has a UK base in Central London has a new requirement within their Knowledge and Information function. The objective of the role is to support on pitching, BD and marketing activities of the firm through the provision of broad enquiry led business and industry research and analysis services. The team has capacity to take on someone with some previous experience in a similar role, but equally someone that is at the beginning of their career and has the ability to quickly learn in the role. 

The primary objectives and responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:

  • The provision of research across a range of industries, markets, technology and competitors, predominantly in response to requests
  • Providing a range of outputs such as slide decks, reports, presentations and insight that support pitching, BD, marketing and service development
  • Utilising a variety of different research resources such as PitchBook Capital IQ, Bloomberg and MegerMarket
  • Using reporting tools such as Tableau to identify trends, patterns and insight
  • Act as an evangelist for the function internally to drive engagement and awareness
  • Producing industry/sector aligned current awareness and managing an agenda of research projects

Suitable candidates will need to have the following experience and skills:

  • Experience in a similar role and environment would be extremely beneficial, but equally this would suit someone with 12-18 months experience as a researcher
  • An ability to demonstrate intellectual curiosity and strong business acumen
  • Experience utilising multiple sources of information and data to draw conclusions, make recommendations and to provide insight
  • The ability to create impactful presentations, slide decks and to write compelling copy
  • Experience utilizing online research resources and primary research methods
  • Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills
  • An ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
  • Previous experience in a legal setting would be a distinct advantage, as would a degree in Library or Information Management, but this is not a pre-requisite 

 

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