Post Completion Conveyancing Assistant

7 days left

Location
Wolverhampton
Salary
£19k - 23k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
22 May 2024
Closes
19 Jun 2024
Ref
1513965-2-RH-21-MAD
Contact
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Legal Secretary
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A great opportunity for a Post Completion Conveyancing Assistant has arisen to join a well-known and reputable conveyancing team in its Wolverhampton office. This is a full-time permanent role, though part-time candidates with relevant experience on (4 day weeks) will also be considered. 

You will join the firm’s Post Completion Conveyancing Department providing full support in regard to the conveyancing post-completion process. This will include ensuring all post-completions processes are finalised, including paying stamp duty to HMRC, serving any notices to landlords, registering new owners with the Land Registry, requisitions, ledgers, along with any other administrative duties the department requires. 

To be considered you must have at least six months’ conveyancing experience and/or a legal background Law degree or LPC. The firm is looking for an individual who has an excellent administrative skillset who pays great attention to details and is a team player! 

In return for hard work the firm can offer progression into roles internally, where you are able to gain further experience on the full range of conveyancing transactions. 

This is a great starting point for a law graduate with some property experience to grow and develop within a reputable law firm. For more information contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal or apply online. 

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