Property/Bridging Finance Solicitor

Recruiter
Location
England, London, City of London
Salary
£45000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Closes
06 Sep 2017
Ref
CMS029178'2002
Contact
Rashila Pindoria
Practice area
Other
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Property/Bridging Finance Solicitor
Central London, PQE 5+ years

A growing, successful law firm in Central London with over 20 years presence are looking to recruit a Property/Bridging Finance Solicitor with 5+ years PQE to join their existing team.

This firm¿s office is located in the heart of London city, very close to Chancery Lane.

This opportunity will be available on a full-time, permanent basis to a qualified solicitor with 5 or more years¿ post-qualified experience. The role will consist of a Property conveyancing caseload including Bridging Finance work.


You will:-
Be a qualified Solicitor or Legal Executive
With 5+ years¿ PQE
With experience in managing own Property caseload
Possessing proven experience in Bridging Finance work
Have excellent client care skills

Salary will be negotiable, based on experience

To be considered for this role, please contact Rashila Pindoria at Clayton Legal on 0203 714 9446 or alternatively email your CV to r.pindoria@clayton-legal.co.uk

Clayton Legal recruits for Law firms large and small across the UK and beyond. We have regional teams and specialists consultants that work across all legal disciplines. We are legal talent specialists. We work with Solicitors, Legal Executives, Fee Earners, Paralegals, Costs Lawyers, Legal Support Staff, Locum & Contract Lawyers, In-house Lawyers, Equity & Salaried Partners, Legal IT, Marketing and Business Development.

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