Conveyancing Junior

Location
England, Gloucestershire, Cheltenham
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
20 Apr 2021
Closes
18 May 2021
Ref
49505
Contact
Jessica Wilson
Job Title
Paralegal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you looking for the next step up from a Conveyancing Paralegal role?

A well-established, busy property firm in the Cotswolds are looking to recruit an ambitious Conveyancing Paralegal to join their team of 30 plus in a role as a trainee Residential Conveyancer.

As a successful candidate, you will be handling your own caseload under the supervision of two Directors and will be required to provide legal services to a wide range of clients for the sale, purchase and re-mortgage of freehold and leasehold properties.

The ideal candidate for this role will have 2 years' experience in working in a conveyancing environment dealing with Deeds of Variation and Shared Ownership/Help to Buy schemes. This along with excellent organisational skills, sufficient technology skills and a desire to progress into a Licensed Conveyancer role.

This role has an excellent competitive salary and is a great opportunity for further training and progression.

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