Home Working Conveyancer

£36k - 50k per year + Benefits Package
02 Apr 2024
30 Apr 2024
Rachael Atherton
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you an experienced Conveyancer tired of unmanageable caseloads? This Conveyancing opportunity with a capped caseload could be for you.

Leasehold and Title Checking experience is required for this role, candidates without will not be considered. 

Along with flexible working this firm offer up to 28 days’ holiday, private medical Bupa, paid professional memberships, progression opportunities, life assurance, in-house counselling service and more.

I currently have an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Conveyancer to join one of the UK's leading firms with a capped caseload where lawyers are able to dedicate their time to giving bespoke levels of service. 

This is a home working opportunity with professional development being one of this firms core commitments. This firm prides itself on its 'extreme flexibility' policy which allows colleagues to fit work around life.

Quarterly bonuses are also paid on achievable KPIs with one lawyer allocated to one client, ensuring a 5-star service all round. This firm is passionate about delivering excellent client service and is backed up by reviews. 

You will be experienced in carrying your own mixed residential caseload of residential freehold and leasehold and ideally new builds. 

If you are an experienced Conveyancer and want to explore this home working opportunity, please apply directly via the link. 

For more information contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal Recruitment.


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