Commercial Property Solicitor

6 days left

Location
Huddersfield
Salary
£42k - 70k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
1507939-3-RA-21
Contact
Rachael Atherton
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A new opportunity has arisen with an award-winning Legal 500 recommended full-service law firm at its Huddersfield office as it seeks a Commercial Property Solicitor to join its Huddersfield office. The team is supportive and friendly and wants people who are team players, who are able to work collaboratively in order to achieve the best results for its clients. This, along with hybrid working, a strong work-life balance and free on-site parking - is an opportunity not to be missed. 

A competitive salary is on offer with an attractive benefits package:

  • Hybrid working
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Excellent bonus scheme
  • Free life assurance
  • Discounted legal services
  • In-house training programme
  • Up to 31 days of holiday

You willideally have a minimum of 5 years’ plus PQE with a reputable firm, handling commercial property matters with the ability to hit the ground running. You will be responsible for a mix of general commercial property work, including landlord and tenant, development and investment work.

Excellent client care skills with the ability to develop client relationships are essential, along with strong business development and commercial awareness. Must have excellent organisational, written and IT skills.

If you meet the above requirements, please apply via the link or contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal Recruitment.

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