About BRYTER

BRYTER is a young but already leading software company in decision automation. We aim to change the way people make decisions in complex and high-judgement scenarios. Our no-code building platform combines great usability with intelligent technology to enable our customers to build and to use automation apps in their day-to-day business. We help all knowledge-intense industries to make their daily business more efficient and transparent and automate whatever is burdensome and boring. Our clients are big companies, banks, consulting and law firms across the globe.

We believe that teams are more important than businesses and we are convinced that the right team has the highest impact. Our management has successfully built, scaled and sold companies before and wants to create an environment where everyone can grow to full potential and flourish.

We want our team members to take responsibility, to understand the mission and ultimately: to be happy. That is why we optimize for happiness in our business organization, allowing everyone to have as much ownership, autonomy and mastery as possible. We allow our people to work from home or everywhere else and we encourage everyone to take part in conferences, to speak and to learn.

Our team consists of highly experienced and motivated people in our offices in Berlin, Frankfurt, London and New York. We’re currently looking for Remote Legal Tech Interns/Working students based in UK.

Being a Business Consultant with us

A highly motivated, bright, forward thinking and entrepreneurial candidate with a passion to learn and the ambition to be a key part of our global expansion strategy.


The position as a Business Consultant forms a key role of the Business Consulting and wider Business Services teams, supporting the Head of Business Consulting and other Business Analysts in identifying new business cases and developing prototypes for (potential) customers. The ideal candidate will have a high attention to detail and experience in project management with a passion for solving complex problems on a daily basis. This requires an in-depth understanding of how lawyers “think” and where law can be standardized and automated.We are looking for a passionate team member in our company, to share our vision of bringing automation to complex, knowledge-based decision scenarios.

Responsibilities

  • In-depth research, development and prototyping of new use cases
  • Work with our Business Analysts to develop and execute use case strategies in new markets and take full ownership of individual initiatives.
  • Management of a number of parallel projects for global prospects and clients
  • Coordinate and conduct specialist demos, ideation workshops and trainings for clients
  • Support the commercial team in conducting internal training on use cases in new markets, prepare enablement assets and client-facing material
  • Contribute to the constant improvement of our understanding of different markets within the sectors of legal, regulatory and financial services, as well as related fields as we expand our offering in line with our growth strategy
  • Become a product expert and identify and advocate for new product features that allow us to serve new and more complex business cases

Qualifications we would love to find

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university required
  • Graduate degree Juris Doctors (JD), Master of Laws (LL.M.) or equivalent degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 2 years of professional experience in fast-paced and competitive environment, e.g. BigLaw, Big4 firm or equivalent, experience in Legal Tech is a big plus
  • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously if required
  • Outstanding analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in B2B software business is a big plus
  • Tech-savviness – some coding experience is a big plus

What we offer

  • Dynamic and entrepreneurial environment that allows and fosters career development and fast learning
  • Flat hierarchies and hands-on mentality
  • Opportunities to broaden your professional network
  • Work with experienced entrepreneurs and benefit from their experience and know-how
  • Participation in scaling a great product into global reach with extremely fast growth
  • A competitive salary reflecting intense and demanding engagement
  • Remote work: from the start, we have been a remote first company – this allows you to flexibly work from home when you like instead of having to travel to the office each day – your location should be within the EST timezone (+/- 1 hour)
  • Offices: New York, London, Berlin, Frankfurt

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