Director, Corporate Development

Fast-growing professional services firm seeks an experienced professional to lead the development and management of our aggressive, high-volume M&A pipeline. The ideal candidate will have 5-10 years of relevant experience and a track record of success in a similar corporate development position in a professional services firm or within an Investment Banking or Private Equity firm. Position will be based in the D.C. metro area, report to the VP of Corporate and Business Development, and have extensive interaction with the firm s President and CEO and senior operational leadership. Competitive compensation and benefits package with significant incentive compensation potential based on meeting aggressive target identification and transaction goals.
Rapidly develop a thorough understanding of the firm s service offerings, markets, and strategic priorities
Cultivate and maintain a robust M&A pipeline by identifying and pursuing strategic acquisition targets in a wide range of government and commercial markets and functional areas
Manage the M&A pipeline and target qualification process
Develop and execute a comprehensive acquisition target sourcing program that includes an outreach strategy to the Investment Banking / Private Equity / M&A community
Coordinate and support acquisition target outreach and engagement initiatives
5-10 years of direct M&A target sourcing and transaction experience
Self-starter with ability to think and work independently and problem solve
Strong finance, analytical, and interpersonal skills
Ability to thrive in fast paced deal environment
Strong communicator and relationship builder with various stakeholders
Ability to effectively leverage existing M&A network and actively expand that network
Cadmus is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran s status, or disability.
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