£30k - 36k per year + Benefits Package
05 Jun 2024
03 Jul 2024
Carl Ryan
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Contract Type
Full Time

A very well regarded multi-service, multi-office, law firm working out of beautiful Chester - and from home - has an opening within its renowned Residential Conveyancing department. The firm hopes to add an experienced, ambitious Residential Conveyancer (fee earner, licensed conveyancer or Solicitor) with several years’ experience.

The Conveyancing department is industry recognised for its high quality work and the outstanding level of service it provides to its clients. You will be joining a very experienced team, which consists of both qualified and non-qualified Conveyancing fee earners. Your new role will see you working in tandem with the wider team, with responsibility for your own caseload of Residential Conveyancing transactions from instruction to completion, ably supported by the dedicated support team. Your caseload will be truly varied and you will ideally have experience in dealing with the full spectrum of Conveyancing matters (including sale & purchase, leasehold and freehold, shared ownership, new builds, help to buy). 

The Conveyancing team is friendly, experienced and supportive. You'll be encouraged and supported to reach your full potential and progress in the longer term. You'll be rewarded with a competitive salary which will be in line with your experience or PQE.

This is an excellent firm boasting a deservedly good reputation, offering high quality work in fantastic surrounds, what's not to like?! Get in touch today to find out more.

Apply online or contact Carl Ryan at G2 Legal today.


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