Home Working Technical Conveyancer

£20000 - £23000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
13 Oct 2021
10 Nov 2021
Paul Norman
Job Title
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you looking to work from home on a permanent basis?

We are currently recruiting for one of the largest conveyancing law firms in the UK, which is expanding nationally.
With regionally based offices, the firm is now looking to appoint experienced residential conveyancers who would like to work within an unusual conveyancing role.

This vacancy is unusual as you will only be responsible for managing enquiries on sales and purchases. These can often be complex and challenging, and in this role you will become a technical specialist.
You will work within a large team, managing and resolving enquiries. You will have very little client contact in this role, which could be attractive to some conveyancers who perhaps do not like phone work.
This is a very specialised but interesting role, with progression opportunities to become more senior in the team and firm.

In order to benefit from this rare conveyancing solicitor opportunity, you will be an experienced conveyancer who is well accustomed to managing technical enquiries.
You will either be a Conveyancing Solicitor, Legal Executive or unqualified Fee Earner, ideally with at least 2 years’ residential property experience already. You will need to reside in the UK.

In addition to the home working environment, you will also benefit from an annual bonus. You will be set up from home with a computer.

Apply today for this unusual specialist home working conveyancer role.
Competitive starting salary up to £23k.

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