Conveyancing Fee Earner

Posted 23 October by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
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A well respected law firm are looking for an experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner to join the Runcorn office. You must be an experienced fee earner capable of handling a caseload without supervision. You will be joining an established and busy department, the firm are known for rewarding employees well and promoting a healthy work/life balance, including offering flexible working hours.

The firm are looking for an experienced Conveyancer who is able to handle a caseload independently - you must be confident in your technical ability & skills as this role will have little supervision. You will handle a caseload of 60 - 70 + files including freehold/leasehold, transfer of equity, re-mortgage, right to buy etc

The firm have a small network of offices across the Merseyside area and have developed a strong client base within the local surrounding areas. The department have a constant influx of work and you will be joining a very friendly team.

Long term progression opportunities into a Senior Fee Earning position will be encouraged by the partner and you will be given the opportunity to take on additional responsibilities.

Please contact Elle Heeley, Recruitment Consultant, to discuss this role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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Required skills

  • Conveyancing

Reference: 36431470

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