Head of Residential Property - Lawyer

3 days left

£30k - 62k per year
06 Sep 2023
04 Oct 2023
Chloe Bickley
Contract Type
Full Time

Head of Residential Property - Lawyer

The Firm

This opportunity is with a reputable firm with a strong history in their region. The firm has a reputation for their inclusive culture and outstanding client service. They have a wealth of long standing, loyal clients. Their lawyers are knowledgeable experts in their field.

The Opportunity

As Head of the Residential Property department you would be entrusted an energising caseload consisting of mixed residential conveyancing matters.  

You would also be in charge of overseeing a team of fee earners, paralegals and support staff and would be on hand to assist with any necessary guidance. The firm have a flexible approach and would give you a great deal of autonomy to lead the department.

The Benefits


  • Competitive salary up to £60,000 per annum
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • 5% pension scheme
  • Onsite parking

The Requirements


  • Qualified Solicitor or Legal Executive with over 5 years’ experience
  • Ability to handle a variety of Residential Property matters
  • Ambition to lead and potentially progress to partner

Please apply for this role online or contact Chloe at Venn Group via phone, email or LinkedIn for further information.

Venn Group is an equal opportunities employment business and employment agency and welcomes applications from all candidates. All salaries and PQE ranges stated serve only as a guide and all applicants will be considered on their individual merits.

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