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Land Rights Administrator

Employer
Interaction Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
1 Dec 2021

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Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Job Title: Lands Rights Administrator

Location: Northampton

Salary: £10 per hour - £20k per year if permanent

Hours: Mon-Fri - 7.5 hours a day/ 37.5 hours a week

I am delighted to be working with my client in Northampton on an exciting Lands Rights Administrator position.

Initially this will be a temporary position with it turning to permanent for the right candidate after 12 weeks.

The Administration Team responsibilities follow the Legal processes set down ( and varied from time to time) by the Head of Land Rights to enable the land rights which are required when assets are to be to adopted by Networks and Pipelines in relation to utilities. The legal work is largely handled in house, to aid the growth, development and efficiency of the company, and in addition working with External Solicitors as and when required.

Key responsibilities and duties of the role -

· Liaising where necessary with landowners, clients and third parties

· Identification of Land Rights requirements are required using various modes including HM Land Registry, and Symology

· Search facilities and following through the Land Registry process to gain and maintain priority to facilitate completion of any required legal /documentation

· Managing external legal resource where required

· Maintaining Excel spreadsheets including and files (including Milestone and internal Legal Tracker) to enable accurate retrieval of legal information

· Liaising with the teams to ensure final connection and AVs are only remitted when legal completion has formally taken place

· Following through the legal processes through to completed documentation and registration (if required)

General

· To provide administrative support in all areas of the business as necessary from time to time.

Key competencies for the role

· This role has the potential to be hybrid, the ability to work independently and unsupervised is essential

· Good working knowledge of Microsoft software Excel, Word, Outlook

· Excellent communication skills

· Ability to make decisions and be accountable for those decisions

· Ability to use own initiative under pressure

· A methodical and forensic aptitude

· A positive and enthusiastic attitude

Additional Skills preferred

· Knowledge of Utility Industry working practises

· Knowledge of design related software

If you are interested in this position please send your CV to or call Liam on
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