Residential Property Legal Executive/Conveyancer

England, Gloucestershire
19 Feb 2021
19 Mar 2021
Emma Lester
Job Title
Legal Executive
Contract Type
Full Time


Chadwick Nott have recently been instructed on a new requirement for a Residential Property Legal Executive/Conveyancer to join a thriving residential property team, based in Gloucester. As part of an ongoing period of growth within this residential property team, this firm are looking to bring in a Legal Executive/Conveyancer with atlease two years' experience in managing a residential property caseload. The successful residential property legal executive/conveyancer will be carrying out a technical role, whilst checking other fee-earners' work, and working on a caseload.

This role would be great for a residential property legal executive/conveyancer who are technically sound in residential conveyancing and are confident in this ability. This role would suit somebody who enjoys using technical knowledge on complex matters and solving problems. This would also be a good opportunity to take a step back from the rigours of full-time conveyancing case handling.

A competitive salary is also available for this opportunity, along with the chance to join a high-performing team.

We aim to respond to applications within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us during this time, your application for this particular role has been unsuccessful but please continue to apply for any other positions that you consider suitable going forward.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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