Solicitor / Residential Conveyancer(s)
Location: Eastbourne, Bexhill, Hailsham.
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience+ benefits
Our client is a leading Sussex law firm and they provide a wide range of legal services for businesses and individuals and have grown substantially since the 19th century. The founders instilled the pursuit of excellence, a caring approach, and the provision of fast, effective legal advice at the core of the firm’s philosophy. However, they also pride themselves on innovation and have stayed at the forefront of new legal developments.
They are now on the lookout for suitability qualified and experienced Solicitor / Residential Conveyancer(s) to join them in their offices in Eastbourne - Bexhill - Hailsham.
- Acting for buyers and sellers in residential conveyancing transactions.
- Undertaking all aspects of the transaction from initial contact to registration.
- Managing a mixed caseload of freehold, leasehold, re-mortgages, buy-to-lets.
- Complying with UK Finance mortgage lenders’ handbook.
- Advising on SDLT including higher rates, reliefs, and exemptions.
- Developing relationships with agents, brokers, and other property professionals.
- A client-focused experienced conveyancer who can undertake a busy caseload with minimal assistance.
- Qualification as a Solicitor, Licensed Conveyancer or CILEX welcome but not essential depending on experience.
- Full-time preferred.
- Must enjoy direct contact with clients and agents.
- Must be able to work independently without reliance on case management.
- Shares the firm’s values of excellence, teamwork, and dedication.
- Must have the right to work in the UK without Visa support as this is not offered.
If you are a suitably qualified and experiencedSolicitor / Residential Conveyancer and ready for your next challenge in a growing organisation with lots of opportunity to progress we would love to hear from you!
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.