Residential Conveyancer - Brighton
My client is a prominent, highly-regarded law practice that have an urgent requirement for an experienced Assistant Solicitor/ Chartered Legal Executive or Licensed Conveyancer with at least 1 years post qualification experience to join and help to develop a Residential Property Department at their Brighton office. You can expect a market leading salary with ongoing support and scope for developing your career.
Reporting directly to the HOD, this role would suit a Solicitor, CILEX, or CLC with at least 1 years' PQE. You'll be expected to meet fee earning and other KPI targets by advising clients in relation to residential property transactions and to maintain and improve client care.
This is a key appointment to the firm and as such you will be actively involved in helping to shape the firm and it's Conveyancing offering across the South East. The successful applicant will be able to display a sound knowledge, competence and confidence in Residential Property law and have experience in residential property. You will have trained with an established practice and be keen to develop and participate in marketing activities, to drive business forward. Applications are invited from technically strong and licensed Residential Property Conveyancers/Property Solicitor looking for the salary and responsibility that is the measure of their experience.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a friendly, well respected firm in the local area, offering a competitive package and genuine long-term career prospects.
If you feel you have the necessary experience for the role then apply with your CV for immediate consideration.
Please contact Jonathan Hoose, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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