Re-Train Opportunity into Residential Conveyancing - £16-18,000

Recruiter
Location
England, Merseyside, Southport
Salary
£16000 - £18000 per annum + excellent career development
Posted
01 Aug 2017
Closes
29 Aug 2017
Ref
CMS029075'2002
Contact
Claire Rennison
Practice area
Personal injury
Position
Paralegal
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Excellent re-training opportunity for ambitious and passionate individual.

My client is a highly reputable Law firm who provide nationwide service across its three UK offices, they are looking to expand their successful law firm with Residential Conveyancing Legal Assistants at all levels for placement at their Southport office.

You will be handling / assisting on caseloads of Residential Conveyancing matters which will include Sales & Purchase files including Freehold and Leasehold files, Stair casing and New Build.

As the ideal candidate will have previous experience handling a large caseload of Personal Injury files and have a drive and passionate to re-train within Conveyancing.

This role offers great progression opportunities and the salary is dependent upon your experience.

To apply for this role please contact Claire on 01772 259121 or c.rennison@clayton-legal.co.uk

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