Junior Conveyancer

5 days left

QED Legal
£28000 - £35000 per annum
26 Apr 2022
24 May 2022
Tom Cooke
Job Title
Legal Executive
Contract Type
Full Time
Junior Conveyancer - flexible working!

QED Legal are recruiting a conveyancer due to business growth at an expanding law firm.

My client is a well established firm with a network of offices across the Home Counties, and a culture that makes them stand out. They offer good progression and career prospects along with a focus on work/life balance. They are looking to recruit a Residential Property fee earner. The position might suit an NQ+ Solicitor or part qualified / qualfied CILEx / CLC candidate who perhaps is already managing a small caseload of their own files while continuing to develop their professional skills.

The role will see you develop under the guidance of some very experienced solicitors at this friendly team based out of their office based near Camberley, Bracknell, Wokingham and Ascot. There will be plenty of support on hand while you develop your expertise and establish yourself as an accomplished fee earner.

The work covers a broad range of Residential Property matters. The team are looking for an enthusiastic individual with plenty of drive and ambition who is keen to take on responsibility The firm have an excellent referral network in the area that brings in high quality work.

The firm offer a good salary (in line with experience) and great prospects for progression. Hybrid working is offered as standard. If you are interested in this Residential Property role, please apply now with an up to date CV or contact Tom at QED Legal for further details.

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