£35k - 45k per year + Benefits Package
28 May 2024
25 Jun 2024
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Based in the heart of Walsall, this reputable, long standing law firm seeks a residential conveyancer to join its small but successful practice. This is a full-time permanent role with some scope for hybrid working. 

The firm 

Our client is a small but well run firm in Walsall that has a high staff retention rate. IT can offer a solicitor/legal executive a supportive, friendly and flexible working environment with real progression opportunities. 

The role 

Our client is seeking a residential conveyancing solicitor with at least 1 year’s PQE. The role will involve handling a caseload of sales and purchase (freehold and leasehold), transfers of equity and re-mortgage. You will have plenty of secretarial support along with support from more senior members of the team. 

About you 

To be considered for this residential conveyancer role you must be a qualified solicitor or legal executive with at least 1 year’s experience running your own caseload of conveyancing matters from instruction through to completion. You must be a team player and pride yourself up client care and this firm focuses on quality over quantity. 

On offer:

This firm offers a real different environment to that of a larger firm. You will find yourself in a focussed but relaxed environment. It has a high staff retention rate which clearly reflects the culture of the firm.

If you are a residential conveyancer looking for a better working environment and you are local to Walsall, please contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal or apply online. 

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