Residential Conveyancer

Location
England, London, South West London
Salary
£40000 - £50000 per annum + Good Package
Posted
29 Sep 2016
Closes
26 Oct 2016
Ref
SWREF518
Contact
Steven Wade
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An outstanding opportunity for a Residential Conveyancer to join a highly reputable Legal firm. My client is seeking a Residential Conveyancer who has the ability to handle their own caseload of Residential Conveyancing/Property files from inception through to completion. The successful candidate will have at least three year's experience dealing with a variety of Residential Conveyancing files, including freehold/leasehold, sales/purchases and shared ownership as well as redemption and re-mortgages. This is a fantastic opportunity.
Required Skills and Responsibilities;

- Minimum of three year's experience handling your own caseload of Residential Conveyancing files from inception through to completion
- Experience dealing with freehold/leasehold, sales/purchases, shared ownership, new builds
- Experience working towards and achieving targets
- Ability succeed working independently and within a team environment
- Possesses outstanding client care skills
About you;
- Be a team player
- Be a driven individual
- Strong academic background
- Excellent communication skills


If you have any further questions about the role, please do not hesitate to give me a call and I would be more than happy to discuss this exceptional opportunity with you in more detail!

 

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