Senior Conveyancing Solicitor - Gloucestershire
£40,000 - £50,000
Our client is a long established, national law firm that is highly regarded for their excellent work across a broad spectrum of practice areas.
The firm boast an enviable reputation within the property sector and receive high quality instructions from their nationwide client base of house builders, developers and private individuals.
They are seeking a Senior Conveyancing Solicitor to join their busy and successful department as a second in command to the Head of Department. This hire will play a key role in the firms succession planning for the team and as such will provide excellent scope for progression.
You will enjoy a broad caseload of high quality instructions including sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties and more complex matters to include transfer of equity, right to buy and new builds.
As a senior member of the team you will be responsible for the supervision and development of junior Lawyers and support staff as well as overall responsibility for the department in the absence of the Head of Department.
The firm provide a friendly, professional and mature atmosphere to work in and the successful candidate will enjoy a long term opportunity for growth and development.
In order to be considered for this position you must have solid experience within a busy conveyancing department at a reputable practice and have the desire to lead and manage a team. The salary on offer will be competitive and is expected to be in the region of £40,000 to £50,000.
Candidates will be valued based on individual merit and those with higher salary expectations are invited to apply to discuss their requirements.
To be considered for this opportunity please contact Birchrose Associates for a confidential discussion.
Birchrose Associates, trading name of Huntress Search Ltd, acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.