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30+ days ago

Sales Consultant

Thomson Reuters Chicago, IL

The Client Development Consultant (CDC) is responsible for developing and growing new customer accounts in the legal community within an assigned… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Lead Client Manager

Thomson Reuters Chicago, IL

• Key Skills, Knowledge and Abilities • Drives the relationship for assigned key accounts; successfully develops and executes strategic account… Thomson Reuters

5 days ago

Client Specialist Associate

Thomson Reuters Chicago, IL

for your regional client base. The magnitude of Client Specialist’s job As a member of this program, you and your team will have day-to-day contact… Thomson Reuters

6 days ago

Business Development Executive

Thomson Reuters Chicago, IL

include: strategically targeting and making contact with litigators in law firms of all sizes, identifying corporate clients with active in-house… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Lead Software Engineer

Thomson Reuters Chicago, IL

teams. Annual reviews: mid year, annual, salary compensation. Determine direction/priority of development (feature and technical) in… Thomson Reuters

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