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Practice Development Manager

Location: Multiple Offices


Our newly created Corporate Operations team is looking to add a Practice Development Manager in our Boston, MA, Chicago, IL, San Francisco, CA, Toronto, ON, or Washington DC office. The Corporate Operations team main objectives are to ensure the right processes and systems are in place to drive success; assist senior leaders with implementation of processes and systems; work to resolve issues when processes or systems are not functioning successfully; promote cross-office collaboration; ensure geographical location is not a barrier to opportunities; act a bridge between consulting initiatives and other relevant corporate teams.


The Practice Development Manager (PDM) collaborates with the Managing Principal (MP) to develop and implement the Securities Groups’ strategic plans, including a variety of initiatives that support practice development efforts and day-to-day operations. The PDM drives the development and execution of operational best practices, including those related to tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) for the practice, business development initiatives, budgeting and staffing, project tracking and knowledge management, and the integration of new staff to the Group. The Corporate Operations Team reports to the Director of Business Support Services with dotted line reporting to, and taking regular direction from, the Managing Principal of the Securities Group.


Some of the day-to-day responsibilities of this role include:

  • Project tracking and staffing –tracks major project deadlines working closely with senior staffing specialist to respond to urgent staffing concerns; ensures staffing forecasts are completed 
  • Review and analyze financial reports and update MP on key performance indicators; ongoing monitoring of practice revenue and expense budgets, group utilization and staffing outlook; performs analyses and prepares high-level summaries where appropriate
  • Engages with practices to understand the business needs of clients and the corresponding legal, policy, technical, or business solutions the firm provides to them; tracks progress against business development goals and related metrics to help ensure accountability
  • Supports practice and firm-wide efforts related to the knowledge management of pitches, proposals, and opportunities; maintains matter/experience lists and databases
  • Provides input into the development of pitches and proposals, including responses to formal RFPs; ensures pitches and proposals meet practice area standards by auditing final products for all relevant information
  • Develops and monitors operational best practices and procedures, regularly communicates with administrative team to ensure they have relevant and accurate practice information; liaison with Learning for e-learning initiatives and content  
  • Collaborates with Library Services to digest and deliver meaningful research on existing and prospective clients, competitor activity, and industry or market trends to inform and support business development opportunities, strategies, and decisions
  • Collaborates with the Group’s Marketing & BD liaison in the development of compelling marketing collateral, website descriptions, and other client facing materials such as newsletters, white papers and other publications; helps to ensure materials are regularly updated; increase brand awareness for the practice areas, including outward facing activities such as sponsored events, in-house presentations, professional speaking opportunities and articles and other publications




  • Requires a graduate degree in a field relevant to financial services or significant experience that has provided similar skills/knowledge
  • Requires a minimum of seven (7) years of increasingly responsible, directly related experience during which the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities were attained
  • Relevant experience at Brattle, Professional Services firm or experience at a relevant securities/financial institution is highly desired
  • Excellent oral communication and business writing skills, proven attention to detail, and the ability to communicate complex information in a compelling and easily understood manner
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish credibility with various audiences and bring to bear the right mix of confidence, tact and persistence in working with the firm's culture
  • Exceptional project management and organizational skills, including ability to develop project plans and set deadlines to meet business objectives, manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously and drive progress against both short- and long-term deadlines
  • Ability to anticipate, identify and solve problems, work independently, take initiative and make decisions using sound judgment
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively use technology, database, presentation, spreadsheet, document management and other software applications
  • Ability to compile, review, analyze and determine logical conclusions or recommendations based on data and information that is varied in context, content and format
  • Knowledge of budgeting principles and experience monitoring and managing budgets
  • Evening/weekend work may be required
  • Occasional domestic and international travel is required



We offer a generous compensation and benefits package, and internal professional development and training programs, designed to reward success at all levels. Details regarding compensation will be based on the candidate’s knowledge, skills, and experience.


In order to be considered for this position, you must apply through the link below by submitting a cover letter and resume.


The Brattle Group is an equal opportunity employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Please click here to read our full EEO statement.


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