Head of Conveyancing
A well-known multi-service law firm is seeking a head of conveyancing to join their Manchester office.
My client is a multi-service firm with a quality reputation, and a strong presence nationwide.
Offering highly competitive salaries and an excellent quality of incoming work, this excellent role sits within the Manchester team, which is undergoing a fantastic period of expansion and continued growth.
The role of Head of Conveyancing will involve taking the lead on the team case management and client relationship management strategies, working closely with directors, and the development of business strategy plans will be a consistent part of this.
This is an exceptional management role and an opportunity for the right applicant to become a vital part of the firm's internal networks and infrastructure. The ideal candidate for the role will have extensive management experience and a keen sense of business acumen, and will be well versed in the development of business strategy and client development.
You must have previous management/supervisory experience in addition to possessing a Law degree and/or be licensed with Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC). You will also be confident in your technical ability as you will be expected to manage a caseload of mixed conveyancing matters including residential and commercial matters (broad mix of sales/purchases/freehold/leasehold)
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