We are currently recruiting for a Residential Conveyancing Assistant to join the busy property team of this well established and successful Lexcel accredited law firm, with offices throughout Yorkshire. The role is very client focused and the successful candidate will pride themselves on delivering a professional, helpful and friendly service.
Experience in conveyancing is essential, specifically sales and purchase, as they would ideally want the applicant to hit the ground running. You will be a quick and accurate worker and be able to follow instructions carefully while dealing with a high volume of work with a lot of client contact. In return the firm offers a supportive learning environment with the opportunity to develop and progress your career.
This Residential Conveyancing Assistant role offers a competitive salary dependent on previous residential property experience.
If you are interested in the above Residential Conveyancer role, please call Adam Dell'Armi on 01772 259121 or forward your most recent CV to **********@clayton-legal.co.uk.
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