Are you looking to spring board into a Top 100 firm as a Legal secretary? Are you looking to change the area of Law that you currently working in?
This firm stands out from the crowd, they have a high staff retention rate due to their friendly workplace culture, they have a reputation for looking after their employees. They have many staff social events throughout the year, and despite their size, they have managed to retain a lovely family feel throughout the firm. They are now a Top 100 practice, with over 20 offices and 400 staff. They have also won numerous awards in recent years.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a Legal Secretary looking to gain residential property experience to join and train with an excellent practice based in Bath. You may be a Legal Secretary in a different area of law looking for a career change. A keen interest in conveyancing is key as you will be joining the residential property team however, full training in this area of law will be provided.
This will be a hands-on role where you will support a team of two experienced Residential Property Solicitors, dealing with a caseload of; Sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, transfers of equity, re-mortgages and lease extensions.
- You may be looking to work in a new area of law
- Join a top 100 Practice and springboard into a new area of law
- You will be a Legal Secretary with at least 6 Months experience in this position. (Residential Property experience is not essential but beneficial)
- You will work well within a team and be an organised individual.
- You should have a typing speed of at least 50 WPM.
- The salary for this role is up to £25k, plus an industry leading benefits package.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Legal Secretary to start a new career in Residential Property based in Bath within an excellent practice.
Apply now for immediate consideration or feel free to call me for a confidential conversation.
Job Title: Legal Secretary
Job Category: Legal Secretary, Conveyancing
Location: Bath, Somerset