New opportunity for a Conveyancer with Fee Earning experience to make the move in-house. Based in Warrington but with the opportunity for homeworking, our client is a leader in the UK's Housing & Regeneration space
To be considered for this role, you must have previous experience of handling your own Residential Property caseload comprising sales files in a busy Private Practice or in-house environment. Experience of plot sales is desirable as understandably this forms a large part of the caseload, but is not an essential requirement as training will be provided. You will have the support of a conveyancing assistant, and the role sits within a wider UK Conveyancing department based at strategic UK locations.
This is a fantastic opportunity for ambitious Fee Earners who are interested in working in-house to join a large business with a great reputation. The work is varied and the opportunities for progression within the business are excellent, including routes to Conveyancing Manager and exposure to Land acquisition/site set-up transactions. Salary and benefits package are generous for the level of experience required.
Send a CV to Nick Barrass for immediate consideration.
Nick is part of our In-House team, operating across the North of England for all sizes of business across a variety of sectors. Nick handles candidates of all levels from Paralegals to General Counsel, ensuring they find the perfect fit for their next career move. He works with longstanding businesses which have established Legal teams, as well as those who are trying to build new Legal functions and make that important 1st In-House Legal Hire.
Prior to Douglas Scott, he worked for 2 years at a Financial Services Recruiter and has 6 years’ experience in the Real Estate Finance sector. Nick studied Sport and Exercise Science at Liverpool John Moores University.
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