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Housing and Regulatory Lawyer
Salary: £42,503 - £45,495
Sellick Partnership are working in partnership with small and friendly legal service within a Council in North Wales to recruit a Housing and Regulatory Lawyer to join their existing team of lawyers.
The Council are looking to recruit new members to join its already experienced team within Legal Services and in return you can expect a rewarding career with an organisation that offers a range of attractive benefits and a friendly, flexible, and supportive work environment.
About the Housing and Regulatory Lawyer opportunity:
As Housing and Regulatory Lawyer you will find the work is diverse and includes involvement in a number of high profile and exciting projects.
You will be an integral part of a professional legal team delivering legal advice and support to all aspects of the Council's services, you will be a positive and highly motivated person who is confident, versatile and innovative.
Key duties of the Housing and Regulatory Lawyer:
As Housing and Regulatory Lawyer, you will be primarily responsible for providing Housing Advice, including conducting litigation relating to Anti-Social Behaviour of tenants or those visiting their households, possession proceedings, housing injunctions and disrepair. You will also advise on regulatory matters on behalf of the Council and attend some committees.
Ideal requirements of the Housing and Regulatory Lawyer:
The ideal candidate will be a team player, have a flexible approach to work and be able to provide a degree of mentoring and training to junior members of the team. You will be a strong communicator with excellent analytical and drafting skills and the ability to manage a full and varied caseload effectively.
You will be a qualified Solicitor/Barrister/Chartered Legal Executive with a current Practising Certificate. The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in local government and may be someone with a significant legal expertise in the relevant areas or someone relatively newly qualified with a keen desire to learn and develop.
How to apply for the Housing and Regulatory Lawyer opportunity:
We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively, should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Natalie Atherall in our Manchester office for a confidential discussion.
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