Residential Property Lawyer

Location
Norfolk
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum
Posted
23 Apr 2021
Closes
21 May 2021
Ref
215284034
Contact
Cassie Bell
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Residential Property Lawyer, Norfolk - Are you looking for a new challenge? In need of a something which allows you the scope and potential to develop? To apply please contact Cassie Bell at eNL and quote job reference: 4034

JOB TITLE: Residential Property Solicitor / Legal Executive / Licensed Conveyancer
PQE REQUIRED: NQ+
LOCATION: Norfolk
SALARY: £Dependant on experience

THE ROLE:
This well-established law firm in East Anglia has a well thought of law practice and they are currently in need of a Residential Conveyancer to come in and hit the ground running on a varied caseload of residential property transactions.

THE CANDIDATE:
As the successful Residential Property Lawyer, you will have a proven track record of handling your own caseload of files from initial instruction through to completion. You will have experience of dealing with all types of residential conveyancing transactions from initial instruction through to completion. The firm are open to hearing from legal executives, qualified solicitors and CLCs with excellent technical skills. Newly Qualified Solicitors will be considered for this role.

THE FIRM:
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a firm which boasts a longstanding reputation in the local area, this is an enviable place to carve out a successful career. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package for the right candidate.

 

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