Commercial Property Lawyer

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Spalding
Salary
£38000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
06 Jun 2024
Closes
04 Jul 2024
Ref
BH-45626
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Commercial Property
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial Property Lawyer - Spalding (Lincolnshire)

An opportunity has come up for a Solicitor or Legal Executive to join a long established and respected high street style practice in the Spalding area of Lincolnshire. 

You will be joining an established department who deal with a broad range of commercial property matters including acquisitions and disposals, commercial leases, landlord and tenant and development work across a range of sectors.

It is expected that any applicants will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 2 years PQE in dealing with commercial property work in their current or previous roles.

You will sit at a mid level within the team of 6 working alongside a supportive and experienced partner who will be able to mentor and support you in your continued development. Any supervisory experience would be beneficial as you will in turn be asked to also help within the team mentoring an apprentice within the team.

A good financial package (based on experience) will be on offer to the successful candidate which will be discussed upon application.

There are no glass ceilings here and so you will be able to look forward to genuine advancement opportunities within the practice and the chance to really kick on with your career within a friendly and supportive practice

Please apply ASAP to be considered for this opportunity or get in touch with Greg at QED legal for further details.

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