LEGAL OFFICER/CONVEYANCER (PROPERTY)
Legal Team, Three Rivers District Council, Rickmansworth
Hours: Full Time at 37 hours; Flexible/part-time hours would be considered with a pro rata salary
Salary: Up to £41,270 per annum inclusive of a Market Factor Supplement of £3,306 per annum)
Closing Date: 7th October 2018 (midnight)
Three Rivers District in Rickmansworth, South West Hertfordshire straddles the North West corner of the M25 on the edge of Greater London. Rickmansworth is a great place to live and work. The Council is ambitious and constantly innovating to support economic growth, focused on investment, connectivity and opportunity. We are also just a short train ride from London with excellent road transport links.
At an exciting time for Three Rivers Council, an opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and able Legal Officer/Conveyancer to join our small, friendly Legal team, providing advice to committees and supporting projects.
The successful candidate will have sound experience and knowledge of commercial conveyancing, and Landlord and Tenant matters and sufficient ability and experience to work unsupervised.
The Council is currently involved in large scale projects involving land and property acquisitions and you will have the opportunity to participate in these as part of a small team. Knowledge and experience of other areas of the law relating to Local Authorities would be advantageous but not essential.
We offer an excellent benefits package, including competitive salary, 28 days holiday (rising to 30 days), a generous employer contribution pension and life assurance scheme, flexible working, career development, free on-site parking, cycle-to-work scheme, discounted leisure centre membership, employee volunteering schemes and access to leisure and shopping discounts platforms.
As an agile workforce there are opportunities to locate with colleagues and clients as well as working from home. In addition flexible working, part time and school hour contracts can be considered with a pro rata salary applied.