A leading North West law firm is looking for a Residential Conveyancing Solicitor to join them at their head office.
You will join the firm’s experienced property team and be entrusted with your own mixed caseload of residential conveyancing files.
Residential Conveyancing Solicitor - Stoke-on-Trent
A well-established but forward-thinking practice with several offices across Cheshire and High Peak
You will handle a varied conveyancing caseload including files involving leasehold properties and shared ownership
You will also coach, mentor and guide junior members of the accredited department
The firm support the development of their employees and provide plenty of learning and development opportunities
They are accredited by both Lexcel and Investors in People
Added extras and benefits
A Residential Conveyancing Solicitor with 5 years’ PQE
Will have experience of dealing with a diverse range of conveyancing files involving leasehold and shared ownership properties
Will be an excellent communicator and provide an exceptional level of client care
Will be self-motivated, reliable and have good attention to detail
Will be very well-organised and have good time management skills
How to apply for this Residential Conveyancing Solicitor role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above.
Cameran is a consultant here at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of property lawyers. Working with property and real estate teams across the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands, he recruits for a variety of property roles, ranging from commercial property solicitors to residential conveyancers. If you’re a property lawyer looking to take your next step, Cameran is ready to help you.
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