Have you ever written a marketing or business development job description (JD)? If you are a hiring manager for business development and marketing roles, then the answer to this question should indeed be ‘yes’.
Now ask yourself: Is your JD an effective marketing tool? One that communicates with impact and is on-brand? If not, it’s a missed opportunity. I outline some do’s and don’ts to help you answer ‘yes’ again.
Some bold ideas:
Kate Harry Shipham is the Principal of KHS People LLC, a search firm for BD, marketing and sales professionals in law, accounting, engineering and architecture firms. Kate has done search and recruiting for eight years, and prior to that was an attorney. She loves what she does, and is always open to continuing the discussion: email@example.com