Residential Conveyancing Solicitor Required

LONGDEN, Walker & Renney is looking to appoint an experienced Residential Conveyancing Solicitor to help strengthen and develop our property department.

The suitable candidate will be a fully-qualified residential conveyancing solicitor who has experience of handling more complex residential transactions, but they do not need to be in a senior position.

Ideally, they will also have the ability to deal with company law and commercial property deals, following a period of training and experienced supervision from our current team.

In the long term, the role will gradually shift towards more of a company law and commercial focus, whilst helping to oversee and administer the residential portfolio in partnership with our Senior Conveyancer.

If you are a protégé who would like to help shape and build a strong property department, whilst learning new skills, the position has excellent long-term prospects and a salary to match the responsibility.

Experience you’ll need

  • A solicitor with strong skills in residential conveyancing
  • Must be able to handle more complex residential transactions
  • Some experience of dealing with commercial property & company law useful but not essential
  • Must be willing to adopt new ways of working
  • Ability to learn new practice skills
  • Confidence to develop the department further in long term

Benefits we offer

  • Full-time position with immediate start
  • Excellent salary – depending on experience
  • 25 days holiday + 8 Bank Holidays
  • Office based but hybrid working conditions can be considered
  • Excellent career progression

How to Apply

To apply for the position, please upload your CV and a covering letter to Managing Director Neil Heavisides stating any relevant experience.

To find out more about the role and working for us, please email or call 0191 5666 500 for an informal discussion.

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