Commercial Property Solicitor
Salary: Negotiable, Depending on Exercise
Position: Full-time position, Permanent
Our client is a merger of two of Wiltshire’s oldest and most respected law firms with histories beginning in the 1800s. The two firms are very active in the local business and social community, with their ethos of strong community links remaining part and parcel of who we are today.
With a long established and well-earned reputation for excellence, our client offers a full range of high-class legal services for both businesses and individuals. Our client is committed to the very best standards of practice and are very proud to hold Lexcel – the Law Society’s recognition of the highest management and customer care standards.
Our client requires a talented mid-level commercial property solicitor (3 years PQE) to handle a broad range of work including site acquisition and disposal, investment, development, landlord and tenant, plot sales, estate management and property finance both in the commercial and residential sectors.
The role responsibilities of this position are:
- Audio typing, preparing, and amending draft documents.
- Making and receiving telephone calls and dealing with emails.
- Dealing with clients both in person and on the telephone and assisting clients in the absence of a fee earner.
- Making appointments and assisting with queries.
- Photocopying, filing and general office duties including opening files and preparing completed files for storage.
- Aiding other members of the office.
Essential Skills & Requirements:
- Previous experience in this role is essential.
- Previous experience dealing with residential developments and plot sales schemes.
- Accurate and fast typing skills.
- Good presentation of letters and documentation.
- Knowledge of English grammar.
- Ability to deal with clients, intermediaries, and other contacts.
- Use of IT systems.
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.