Commercial / Rural Property Solicitor

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Competitive + Benefits
14 Apr 2021
12 May 2021
Briony Hannah
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
This is a warm and welcoming opportunity for a commercial/rural property solicitor to join a friendly and supportive department in the Stirling office. 
If you are seeking a change from the long hours and city commutes and looking for more involvement within the business, within a smaller team, then this is for you.
Clear career progression is a definite, flexibility around working hours and working on a part-time basis will be considered. The firm is ideally looking for someone 2 years PQE with a background in commercial or rural conveyancing. Previous experience of residential development work is highly desirable and some experience of rural property work would be helpful. However, newly qualified Solicitors with a related traineeship are highly encouraged to apply, with a view to fully training you in the area of commercial and rural work.
Your caseload will be consistent and interesting as you will mostly be working with a local builder, dealing with rural sites and property. You will be focusing on the rural and commercial areas, dealing with land purchase/sales with various aspects of rural property including the sale of farms and estates, completing option and lease agreement for wind farm developments. 
You will be paid a competitive market rate salary, working within a collaborative and encouraging environment. 
This opportunity in Stirling isn't one to miss! If you would like to have a fully confidential discussion please give Briony Hannah a call.

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