Residential Conveyancer

England, Berkshire, Maidenhead
£45000.00 - £65000.00 per annum
08 Aug 2017
05 Sep 2017
Benjamin Brooks
Full time
Contract type

Brand New

Your new company
My client is a thriving firm who look after the residential property sales, purchases and mortgage. Based in Berkshire the firm is always looking to do best by its clients through making the process quick, easy and hassle free.

Your new role
I am actively seeking a PQE 2-3 Solicitor to join the highly regarded, proactive and busy Conveyancing Team. Your new role would consist of being the case handler and taking them through to Post Exchange. Your role itself will be fee earning and you will be working with 4 assistants to help.

What you'll need to succeed
The candidate must have good communication and organisational skills, be motivated and hard working to manage the high volume of case work. Applicants should have experience in handling Conveyancing work as well as experience in handling high volumes of case work.

What you'll get in return
You will have the opportunity to grow a strong and successful career, with the support from a great Senior Leadership Team whilst also giving you the exposure to excellent quality work.

What you need to do now
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