Conveyancing Paralegal

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England, Oxfordshire, Henley-On-Thames
£20000 - £25000 per annum
19 Apr 2021
17 May 2021
Jessica Wilson
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Contract Type
Full Time

Exciting role for a Conveyancing Paralegal with potential for progression!

An established yet dynamic Law Firm are recruiting for a passionate Conveyancing Paralegal to join their small team in the South East Oxfordshire office. You will be working with a group of partners who work equally and collaboratively to manage the firm.

If successful, duties will include dealing with Post Completions, initial openings, Registrations and general admin duties with a view to moving on to managing your own cases from start to finish. This firm are looking for applicants who are organised, proactive and ambitious to join them. To be considered for this role you must have at least 12 month experience within conveyancing.

The ideal candidate for this role will need to have experience working in conveyancing and hopefully want to progress in-house with this firm.


* Salary £20-25k

* 23 days holiday increasing 1 day per year served up to 28

* Close to site parking

* 'Promote from within' ethos

* Discretionary internal bonuses


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