Role – Conveyancing / Legal Assistant
Location – Hertfordshire
Salary - £16K - £20K+ - dependent on experience.
Our Client is a growing firm with offices in Northampton, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes. Looking to continue their growth, they are looking to hire an Assistant Conveyancing Casehandler for their Baldock office as they are undergoing excellent growth. This will be to work in Sales & Purchase or New Build case work.
You should ideally have at some experience of working in this environment or a good academic knowledge of property law and so this would suit a recent GRADUATE with relevant work experience and some experience of the Conveyancing case process and seeking to advance your career. They are looking for someone who believes they can assist our Client be one of the best Conveyancing practices in the country. You will be assisting and learning from experienced Casehandlers.
They pride themselves in providing a personal approach to their Clients, providing every client with a named contact, as well as a small support team to facilitate their case as quickly and efficiently as possible.
They focus on high value / quality cases from a range of quality Introducers across the country who continue to provide repeat business due to the quality of service they provide. They aim to provide a more personalised, quality service than some of the mass volume Conveyancing Firms. Junior members of the teams filter all calls and pass only those required to Case Handlers. Allowing them to focus on progressing the case and provide a more personalised and high quality customer service.
They are seeking someone with some experience in general conveyancing whom they can continue to develop.
You will need to be an outgoing and proactive individual who works well both on their own and in a team.
This will suit someone looking to work for a Firm that gives more of a personal service to their clients.
THIS IS NOT AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE MISSED AS IT OFFERS EXCELLENT TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
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