Property Legal Secretary - Manchester City Centre - £20,000

Recruiter
Location
England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
Salary
£18000 - £20000 per annum
Posted
11 Sep 2017
Closes
09 Oct 2017
Ref
CMS029483'2002
Contact
Jack O'Hara
Position
Legal secretary
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

A long established Manchester based Law firm are looking for a Legal Secretary to work in their Property department.

In order to be successful in this role you need must be approachable, supportive, flexible and confident in your own abilities. You must have previous experience in Residential or Commercial property. It is going to be highly beneficial if you have some previous experience of Wills Trusts, LPA and Probate as the Fee Earners caseload will include some Private Client work.

You will be a Legal Secretary for a Fee Earner, their caseload will consist of Property files including both Residential and Commercial Property as well as some Private Client files.

The role offers genuine progression opportunities and the salary is up to £20,000 dependent upon your experience.

If you are interested in the above please apply or alternatively give Jack O¿Hara a call at Clayton Legal.

At Clayton Legal we passionately believe your talent matters, so we specialise in recruiting the best legal talent and connecting this to the right opportunities. Clayton Legal is recognised as the talent partner of choice with clients ranging from small legal practices to international and global law firms. Whether you're looking for total recruitment outsourcing or a single appointment, or an overview of the recruitment market our award recognised service can confidently meet your talent needs.

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