£30000 - £40000 per annum
01 Aug 2017
29 Aug 2017
Anthony Brooke
Full time
Contract type

Residential Conveyancer required by a well established firm with a good base of Conveyancing work, property and private clients. Our client is an established firm with two offices, and a real commitment to property and conveyancing law for which they act for individuals, house builders, and also a relatively small proportion of panel work.

As a replacement for a departing fee earner they are wanting to appoint someone who is capable of running their own mixed caseload with the support of two Assistants. Solicitors, Licensed Conveyancers, ILEX or someone with the right technical experience will be considered on their merits. You'll handle a range of Sales and Purchases, Remortgage, and Transfers of Equity, both freehold and ideally leasehold for properties generally up to c£500K value. The work comes from across South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire and it is important that the successful candidate is good with clients and is happy to establish relationships with the local intermediaries and estate agents - client care is a valuable part of the role.

This firm are looking for a long term appointment and so are hoping for someone who can commit to the location (offices near Barnsley easily accessed from the M1) and who has a good work ethic and who is keen to take on responsibility. In return they are happy to pay a competitive salary plus targeted bonus and they are not worried about discussing future Partnership for someone with that ambition, indeed they are hoping to find someone aspirational.

A significant opportunity with a likeable well run firm.
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