about 1 month ago
We are seeking a Solicitor with 0 - 2 years' PQE to join our Glasgow Property team (Property & Infrastructure division).
The role will primarily involve progressing a high volume of property transactions for a large energy client, including leasing, servitudes, purchases and sales, all within a small, dedicated and supportive team. The chance to assist on large, complex, real estate projects will also be available.
In addition to the technical skills, the successful candidate will be able to work as part of a team, have strong problem-solving skills, and be willing to take an active role in the commercial development of the business.
If you have the attributes described, are commercially focused and can deliver high quality legal advice and excellent client service, this is a great opportunity to become a key member of our team. In return we offer an excellent working environment with a competitive salary and benefits package.
This is a full-time, permanent post. A full job description is available below.
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