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5 months ago
Nelson Chambers Recruitment
Salary: £45,000 - £55,000 per annum
Company benefits: Car Parking
Location: Ipswich, Sudbury, Colchester, Braintree, Brentwood
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 6-9, PQE 10+, PQE Partner
Contact: Andrew Fragnito-Day
Sector: Residential Conveyancing
Category: Associate Jobs, Lawyer Jobs, Legal Executive Jobs, Licensed Conveyancer Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

Nelson Chambers is recruiting on behalf of a medium sized law firm based in Braintree, they are seeking an experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner is looking to step up into a management opportunity.

You will be managing a team of 8 people, a mixture of Fee Earners and support staff. This department cover all aspects of residential property including: new build, equity release, bridging loans and lease extensions.

Key duties:

·        Supervise all members of the team, including monthly/quarterly reviews and Lexcel file reviews.

·        Arrange and carry out regular team meetings.

·        Arranging locum cover for Lawyers.

·        Preparing a team business plan outlining the expectations from the management for 2019.

·        Managing a smaller caseload of residential property files.

My client is looking for a Solicitor, Legal Executive or Licensed Conveyancer with at least 8 years PQE in residential property. If you have managerial experience in a law firm, this is highly desirable but not essential.

If you’re interested, please apply or get in contact with Andrew Fragnito-Day at Nelson Chambers.

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