Residential & Commercial Property Solicitor

Location
Sittingbourne
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
16 Feb 2021
Closes
16 Mar 2021
Ref
J61314
Contact
Jamie Chinnock
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Residential & Commercial Property Solicitor - Sittingbourne, Kent

An established and growing law firm in Sittingbourne, Kent are looking for an experienced and ambitious Property Solicitor with at least 6yrs+ PQE in both residential conveyancing and commercial property.

Joining an established and growing property team, you'll join at senior level where you'll handle both residential and commercial property transactions. This will include, sales, purchases, re-mortgages, help to buy, right to buy as well as statutory and non-statutory lease extensions, plots sales and residential developments. In addition, you'll oversee more junior members of the team/Paralegals and Lawyers.

You must be an experienced Property Solicitor with a proven track record in handling both residential and commercial property matters. You'll be a keen networker with experience in undertaking business development/client development activities. A following of clients/exisiting work to bring would be advantageous, although not essential.

On offer is a competitive salary which is very much negotiable depending on experience, on-site parking and clear career progression opportunities as the property department continues to grow.

Apply now to be considered for this Residential and Commercial Property Solicitor opportunity with a growing law firm in Sittingbourne, Kent.

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