Conveyancing Assistant - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: Harrogate, England
  • Salary: £15,000.00 - £19,000.00 per annum
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  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 5/24/2018 3:06:03 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Conveyancing Assistant/Paralegal


I'm working with a great Harrogate firm, well thought of across the Yorkshire region, who are looking for a talented junior lawyer to join their residential property team.

The ideal candidate should have at least 12 months experience assisting a residential property fee earner. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with a real interest in property who wants to get exposure to excellent work, and have the opportunity over time to progress.

The role will involve assisting through the conveyancing process, dealing with enquiries, liaising with clients, solicitors and other 3rd party professionals.

This is not a conveyancing factory and you will get excellent training and exposure to doing Conveyancing in a traditional client facing manner.

You will be situated within a fantastic part of Yorkshire with great access towards both Leeds and York.

There is a competitive salary and benefits on offer for the right candidate.

If you would like to hear more about the role please contact Graham Rawlinson at QED Legal for a confidential chat.

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