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about 1 year ago
Reward Recruitment LTD
Salary: £35,000-£45,000
Location: Devon, Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 6-9, PQE 10+
Contact: James Travis
Sector: Residential Conveyancing
Category: Associate Jobs, Fee Earner Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

Salary band: £35,000 - £45,000
Location: Devon, Torquay, Exeter, Plymouth 
Job type: Permanent 
Job sector: Private Practice 
Experience: 6-10 years PQE 
Contact: James Travis 
Practice Area: Residential Conveyancing 
Job Role: Solicitor Jobs

*Head of Department*

Senior Residential Property Solicitor/Licensed Conveyancer

£35,000-£45,000 basic salary

Reward Recruitment are currently partnered with a trusted law practice working within the Devon area. The firm has numerous accreditations including being on the Law Society's Conveyancing Panel.

The successful candidate will have in excess of 6 years experience within Residential Conveyancing and it is essential they can work without the requirement for additional training. All cases are provided through the practice, the need to go out and develop new business (however a client following is always an added incentive to this firm). In addition to fee earning the candidate will be expected to manage a small team of conveyancers and report directly to the Partners.

This is the perfect opportunity for a conveyancer to take the next step in their career, whether that is through the increased responsilbility of running a small department or long-term progression.

If you are interested in this opportunity please apply direct or contact James Travis at Reward Recruitment.

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