Location: Cardiff and Pontypridd, South Wales
Due to continued expansion, our client has a vacancy for a Residential Conveyancer within their Cardiff andPontypridd offices.
It is not essential but desirous that you have previous experience within another volume residential conveyancing team but applications from newly qualified solicitors and legal executives will also be considered.
This position is the ideal opportunity for a fee earner wishing to further progress their career in residential property. If this sounds like an opportunity you may be interested in and you are keen to pursue your legal career you are encouraged to apply.
- You will be required manage a varied residential conveyancing caseload under the appropriate supervision dependent upon qualification and experience and provide a comprehensive and professional legal service to all clients ensuring they experience the highest levels of client care.
- You will be required to use the Firms case management system and whilst full training will be provided a basic level of IT knowledge and Microsoft Office is a necessity
- You will have previous experience working in a residential conveyancing department and be able to manage a varied caseload
- You will be an enthusiastic individual with aptitude to manage all matters proactively and in a client friendly way
- You should have good IT skills and excellent organizational skills
- Naturally you should be able to progress matters effectively meeting all set deadlines
- You will recognise the need to sometimes be required to work outside of normal contractual hours to achieve the required level of Client service
- Apart from the satisfaction of a being part of a successful team and a top 100 UK conveyancing practice you will receive a competitive package DOE and the opportunity to develop your career within a supportive and encouraging environment
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