Residential Conveyancing Solicitor

Location
Macclesfield
Salary
£28000 - £32000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
26 Apr 2021
Closes
24 May 2021
Ref
1120447-1-IG-17
Contact
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A well-established regional law firm in Macclesfield, Cheshire, is seeking a talented and passionate Residential Conveyancing Solicitor (Fee Earner/Licensed Conveyancer) to join its growing residential conveyancing department which has a fantastic reputation across the region. 

Your role will be to manage a broad caseload of residential conveyancing transactions from instruction through to completion. You'll have previous experience handling Conveyancing transactions, including sale & purchase, leasehold & freehold, shared ownership, right to buy & help to buy and remortgage etc.

You must be a qualified Residential Conveyancing Solicitor or Licensed Conveyancer/CILEX with a minimum of 2 years solid experience. You'll be joining a modern and dynamic law firm in the heart of Cheshire, dealing with high quality work. This is an ideal role for a Residential Conveyancing Solicitor in Macclesfield to join an ever-expanding conveyancing department and establish long term career roots. 

There is flexibility to work part time and on offer is a competitive salary (guideline up to circa £32,000) plus a monthly bonus and excellent benefits. 

If you are an experienced and ambitious Residential Conveyancing Solicitor (Fee Earner/Licensed Conveyancer) looking to take on a new challenge with a leading multi-service law firm, please apply today.

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