Business Intelligence Manager

G2 Legal
£40000 - £52000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
16 Sep 2019
14 Oct 2019
Gemma Taylor
Sector/Practice Area
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced business intelligence manager to join a well-respected leading international full service law firm in Liverpool city centre.

You will be required to have leadership skills and the ability to work towards the team vision and motivate members of the team, be an experienced people manager who is engaged and committed to the development of self and team and the ability to communicate effectively and work with partners and other senior stakeholders across the firm.

This Liverpool based firm is offering a competitive salary banding and fantastic benefits package.

Duties for the business intelligence manager include:
  • Pro-active and reactive research to provide client and market intelligence to the firm
  • Detailed profiles and reports to support fee earners and business development
  • Quick turnaround legal and business enquires
  • Trend reporting, proactive analysis and assessment of research topics
  • Strategic client SWOT trending opportunities
  • Business analytic tracking for sectors
  • Manage and develop the Business Intelligence Team to provide a proactive and client driven service to the firm
  • Develop and maintain delivery methods and procedures that enable and encourage optimum performance of people and other resources
  • Responsibility for recruitment and performance reviews of the Business Intelligence Team
  • Provide regular team highlight/activity reporting to head of KBIC
  • Support the delivery of enhancing client data to provide robust client and sector financials
  • Manage, under Head of Department, KBIC practice area and business services budgets, reporting, planning and organising expenditure
  • Provide clear budget summaries with commentary for new financial year and reforecast
  • Analyse and make recommendations on international recharge for international licences
  • Manage procurement and renewal process of new and existing resources, including providing ROI reports, supporting negotiations, making recommendations and reviewing contract changes in line with the firm's procurement process
  • Oversee procurement of hard copy materials including books, loose-leafs and journal subscriptions
  • Extract maximum value from the firm's KBI resources, increasing awareness and promoting benefits to the firm
  • Maintain relationships with information vendors, identify, pursue and share developments that may add value.