Business Development Coordinator – Exceptional Corporate Environment

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Business Development Coordinator – Exceptional Corporate Environment

Job #2838

Our client, a mid-sized Vancouver based law firm, is looking for a dedicated individual to fill their newly available 1-year contract for a Business Development Coordinator. The client is looking for a conscientious, self-starting individual who is keen to work within a progressive environment. The role requires the successful candidate to work within a team of 3 and report to the Business Development Manager of the firm.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Revising and editing professional bios and collateral material
  • CRM database administration.
  • Assisting with event planning and coordination including implementation of events.

Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, CRM database and CSM website systems, MS Offices Applications, HTML and WordPress is considered a strong asset. In addition, the successful candidate must have strong writing skills and have experience with SEO, CSS, Flash, and Social Media.

To apply, please send all resumes attention to Kimberly at:, while quoting the job title in the subject line.

While we thank all those who apply for their time, only those who are short-listed will be contacted due to the high volume of resumes received.

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Kimberly MacMillan

About Kimberly MacMillan

As Partner, Kimberly is responsible for leading the full-cycle recruitment process and managing the day-to-day operations of the office. She also develops and executes creative sourcing strategies that ensure effective talent acquisition of top-tier candidates. Serving as the main point of contact for clients, she, along with her team, endeavor to facilitate a successful completion for every recruit.

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