Residential Conveyancer

Posted 10 January by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment Ending soon

Residential Property Solicitor

Southampton

Salary competitive

A Residential Property Lawyer is wanted for a lucrative opportunity with a leading law firm based in Fareham. This role will suit an experienced Solicitor who is looking for a new challenge within a successful and busy Residential Property department. The salary for this position is competitive with a hefty annual bonus and benefits package.

My client is a commercially focused modern firm with a strong client base. The firm is well regarded in the market place across the South West. The successful Residential Property Solicitor will be joining a solid team with and will work closely with the Commercial department also.

Applications are invited from 2 - 3-year PQE Residential Property Solicitors. The firm does offer support however this role does require someone who can work well unaided when needed but also work well as a team.

There is a genuine opportunity here to move into a forward thinking law firm, offering a great working culture, nice work/life balance, without having to compromise on quality of work or salary and benefits.

To apply please send your CV to

Please contact Jayne Kivlehan to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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