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about 1 year ago
Salary: £35000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
Location: Cambridge
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Greg Whittaker
Sector: Legal
Category: Account Jobs

Residential Conveyancing Lawyer - Cambridge.

5 years PQE upwards

Excellent benefits package

A well respected multi service law firm are looking to add to their property team with the recruitment of a residential Conveyancer.

The successful candidate will be able to handle their own caseload covering the broad range of residential conveyancing matters including sales, purchases, transfers of equity, remortgages and new build matters.

You will have excellent client facing skills and the ability to build up a rapport with your clients and work providers. This is a role where you will have lots of direct client contact and be expected to proovide an individual service to clients rather than a high volume sort of setup. So those who prefer that sort of working enviroment are encouraged to apply.

You will become an integral part of the team right from day 1 working as part of a small team within the firms Cambridge office but forming part of the larger conveyancing team in the firms other offices.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious property lawyer to join a friendly and supportive firm.

You will get the chance to work on good quality property work whilst earning a good salary and enjoying other great benefits such as generous annual leave entitlement, bonuses, private health cover and much more.

The firm actively encourages their staff to reach their full potential and progress their careers and promotion and progression opportunities will be made available to those who want to climb up the ranks within the firm.

Excellent location in central Cambridge just a few minutes of the train station.

Please apply ASAP to be considered for this position or get in touch with Greg at QED Legal.

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