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8 months ago
Heat Recruitment
Salary: £15-20k
Company benefits: Flexible working hours, Healthcare, Car Parking
Location: Doncaster, Sheffield, Rotherham, Bradford, Leeds
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Patrick McMahon
Sector: Residential Conveyancing
Category: Admin Jobs, Legal Secretary Jobs, Administrator Jobs, PA Jobs

The Client:

A larger commercial law firm based in Doncaster. The firm have been running for over 150 years and they have an enviable reputation which they’ve gained by providing an exceptional service.


The Opportunity:

There is a new vacancy with the firm for a yearlong maternity cover for a Legal Secretary in the Commercial Property department. The firm are very strong in this area and you will work directly for a solicitor in this department. The role has potential to be longer than a one-year maternity cover.


What do you need to be considered?

  • 1 years’ experience as a legal secretary working in a property department.
  • Experience in a busy conveyancing department is ideal.
  • Experience supporting a single fee earner in conveyancing or commercial property.
  • Strong administrative abilities in all areas of Microsoft Office.


Job Synonyms

Commercial Property Legal Secretary, Real Estate Legal Secretary, Conveyancing Legal Secretary, Conveyancing, PA.


What next?

Apply today to be considered for this opportunity.  If suitable, one of our specialist consultants will be in contact to discuss the opportunity with you in detail prior to submitting your CV to the client.  In this discussion we will aim to identify your specific skills and motivations, and where appropriate recommend other relevant opportunities to you that match your requirements.


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