A well-regarded regional law firm is looking for a Residential Conveyancer to join their team.
Working as part of an experienced and specialist team, you'll handle your own caseload of residential conveyancing files. While the position is linked to the firm's Manchester office, you will be able to work from home for 3 days a week, so you don't necessarily need to live in the Greater Manchester area.
As a result of the firm’s comprehensive training programme, you will have plenty of opportunities to expand your skillset and develop your career. What’s more, you will be part of a supportive team and receive a competitive salary and a really good benefits package.
Residential Conveyancer - Leeds
The company & role
You will join a technically strong team and have plenty of support as you handle a mixed residential caseload of sales, purchases, freehold, leasehold and shared ownership matters
Added extras and benefits
The ideal candidate
How to apply for this Residential Conveyancer role
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Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Cameran on 03300 245 606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cameran is an Associate Consultant at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of conveyancing lawyers. Working with conveyancing teams across the North West, he recruits for a variety of property roles, ranging from conveyancing solicitors to licensed conveyancers. If you’re a property lawyer looking to take your next step, Cameran is ready to help you.
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