Conveyancing Assistant - Ipswich - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: Ipswich, England
  • Salary: £16,000.00 - £23,000.00 per annum
  • Contact: greg@qedlegal.com
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 10/9/2018 4:30:59 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Conveyancing Assistant - Ipswich

A well respected and thriving conveyancing team is looking to recruit an experienced conveyancing assistant to the team.

The successful candidate will become part of one of the strongest team in the area supporting fee earners dealing with a broad range of property matters including sales, purchases, transfers of equity, remortgage and new builds.

This role may be of interest to those currently working as a conveyancing assistant looking to progress their career within well established and respected firm or alternatively experienced legal secretaries looking to move into a conveyancing assistant//paralegal role. You will be expected to demonstrate a strong understanding of the conveyancing process and will be friendly and personable in order to fit into the existing team.

The salary here will be dependent on experience and superb progression opportunities will be available within a growing firm that continues to go from strength to strength and has ambitious and exciting plans for the future.

Please apply for further details or get in touch with Greg at QED legal.

Contact Greg Whittaker to apply for job

Contact Greg Whittaker to apply for Conveyancing Assistant - Ipswich vacancy

Call on: 01619619000

Or email: greg@qedlegal.com


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What our clients say

QED were very quick replying to me and really helpful in getting my application submitted. Christina was very friendly and always available to update me and liaise with the firm. The job has been great for me and I am very thankful that Christina and QED were able to make it such a quick process.

January 2016

 

Matthew H, Kent