Conveyancing Fee Earner

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Recruiter
Location
England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
27 Jul 2017
Closes
24 Aug 2017
Ref
CMS0289722002
Contact
Danielle Moore
PQE
3 years
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

My client, a well established Manchester based Firm, seeks to appoint a Conveyancing Fee Earner, ideally qualified Solicitor/Legal Executive or Licensed Conveyancer to join the team.

The role will involve managing an existing case load of Residential Sales and Purchase conveyancing matters from start to finish. This is a lively environment that consists of two Fee Earners and two Secretaries/ Assistants. You will ideally have 3 years Residential experience minimum to be considered. Commercial experience is desirable but not essential. Salary will be dependent on experience level.

To apply for this role or to explore our other Residential and Commercial Property opportunities please send a CV to d.moore@clayton-legal.co.uk or call the office to discuss with Dannie Moore on 01772 259121.

Not the role for you? Clayton Legal have built enviable relationships with Market Leading Law firms across the UK, Please call us to discuss your experience at any level and chances are we will have a client to match your requirements.

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