Commercial Property Solicitor

Location
Christchurch
Salary
£42k - 55k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
11 Jun 2024
Closes
09 Jul 2024
Ref
1531538-1-CRO-24
Contact
Chris Rodriguez
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An opportunity has arisen for a 2 years’ + PQE Commercial Property Solicitor who is looking for a new and exciting challenge in a role where they can progress their career. If you are feeling undervalued in your current role, this opportunity is definitely worth exploring. This is a critical hire.


My client is a well-established law firm based in the Christchurch area, it is looking for an ambitious Commercial Property Solicitor to join its Commercial Property Team. You will also need to be able to generate new business, gaining strong working relationships with clients and play an active role in the further growth and development of the department and firm as a whole.

Flexible hybrid working is offered, to combine remote working from home and office.


This Commercial Property Solicitor role involves: 

  • Support throughout the team to help develop your career
  • Good quality of work on offer
  • Be active in business development, gaining new clients and growing your own caseload 

(Please note salary is just a guide, depends on the experience of the candidate).

My client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible. If you are interested in this Commercial Property Solicitor role, please apply online with your updated CV via the link or contact Chris Rodriguez at G2 Legal for immediate consideration today!

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