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7 months ago
TSR Legal
Salary: £21,000
Location: Uckfield
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Non-qualified
Contact: Ryan Pryce
Sector: Residential Conveyancing
Category: Legal Secretary Jobs

Legal Secretary - Residential Conveyancing - Uckfield

An award winning Leading Legal 500 Client with offices across Sussex and Kent are currently looking to recruit a Legal Secretary/Conveyancing Assistant to join the busy property team in the Uckfield office.

You will be employed to join a busy residential conveyancing department working exclusively for one of the Partners who handles a mixture of residential property work.

As a Legal Secretary within the conveyancing team you will be responsible for providing audio typing, general administration tasks and all round secretarial duties. My client is looking for a candidate who has previously worked within a Conveyancing department for a minimum of 6 months and has fantastic customer service experience with a typing speed of at-least 50 WPM.

On offer, is the opportunity to join an award winning law firm who can offer a competitive salary and benefit package,

If you believe you are suitable, please apply to this advert or contact Ryan at TSR Legal team for a confidential discussion.

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