Residential Property Solicitor

England, Kent, Sevenoaks
£40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
17 Oct 2016
14 Nov 2016
Amelia Jones
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Residential Property Solicitor / Licensed Conveyancer

Sevenoaks, Kent

A long established Regional Firm whose local reputation is unrivalled has an opening in their Residential Property department. The firms Property department does lots of HNW work and have a client base to boast of, they are often the first port of call for individuals and businesses needing legal advice in the local area. They also offer a good work life balance and put staff at the heart of what they do.

A Residential property solicitor or Licensed Conveyancer is required for a rewarding opportunity with a leading regional firm. The role will be based in the Sevenoaks, Kent office and offers a basic salary of up to £50,000. The role will be interesting and varied acting for a wide range of clients in the local area and further afield as well as some light commercial property work.

As a minimum, you will need to have at least one years' experience in Conveyancing. You will have handled your own caseload of Residential property files. My client is keeping an open mind with this hire and you could be a junior solicitor or the most experienced solicitor. Due to continued growth there are opportunities in abundance. This firm offer good career progression and for the right candidate there are most certainly Partnership prospects.

This is a fantastic Sevenoaks, Kent based Conveyancing role offering a basic salary of up to £50,000 plus an excellent benefits and bonus package. Our clients Conveyancing departments are a runaway success; apply now for immediate consideration!

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