Conveyancing Assistant

£18k - 23k per year + Benefits Package
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Dan Craddock
Job Title
Legal Secretary
Contract Type
Full Time

Conveyancing Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Conveyancing Assistant to work with one of the most admired law firms in its new office in Pontefract in its New Build department.

The role will be focused around the client and will require a professional and friendly candidate. Previous experience as a Conveyancing Assistant is essential, specifically relating to new build sales and purchase.

As the successful Conveyancing Assistant, you will provide administrative support to the Conveyancers in order to enable them to process their caseload of sale and purchase transactions.

Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

  • Opening new files and inputting new instructions onto the Case Management system and producing relevant letters and documents
  • Updating the Case Management system in accordance with team procedures as the matter progresses
  • Issuing contracts on sale files and assisting in dealing with replies to enquiries.
  • Ordering searches
  • Dealing with exchanges and related paperwork
  • Setting up completions
  • Issuing Mortgage reports to clients
  • Dealing with incoming post where appropriate
  • Dealing with telephone enquiries where possible
  • Filing, billing, faxing, photocopying, sorting post and archiving
  • General administration duties for the office and firm

If you would like to apply for the Conveyancing Assistant role please apply directly via the link. 

For further information contact Dan Craddock.


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