Property Lawyer

Contract:
Permanent
Category:
Full Time
Job Sector:
Legal
Region:
South Wales
Location:
Cardiff
Salary description:
£25000 - £35000/ annum
Posted:
02/07/2019
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
Anonymous
Job Ref:
726692131

I am working with an award winning law firm based in Cardiff who are looking for Property Lawyers to join their rapidly expanding team during an exciting growth period.

The Role

Reporting to a Senior Property Lawyer / Team Leader, you will be responsible for:-

Carrying out all legal aspects on residential property transactions with the close supervision/ guidance of your Team Leader

Ensuring due diligence in all areas of processing a residential property transaction. To include:

- leaseholds

- freeholds

- registered properties

- unregistered properties

- Types of transaction to include:

- purchases

- sales

- remortgages

- auctions

- new build

- right to buy

- help to buy

- shared ownership

- transfer of equity

- lease extensions

- deeds of variation

NB File complexity will be dependent on your stage in our Career Development Path

Dealing professionally with other Lawyers, Estate Agents and all third parties associated with the transaction.

Using the OMS to progress cases efficiently and to the timescale set by the Protocol.

Essential Skills:-

• CLC Licence for Property Lawyers

• Solicitor

• Council of Licensed Conveyancers

• CILEx or

• Law Degree or completed PLC will also be considered

Ideal candidates:-

• Previous case handling experience of a minimum of 1 year is essential

• Knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel and Outlook is essential.

• Excellent communication skills, well-spoken and personable; able to get on with diverse personalities

• Friendly and approachable

• Reliable and consistent

• Helpful and positive attitude

• Flexible attitude to working practices and demands

• Responsible, professional and trustworthy

• Good time management and organisational skills

• Good literacy and numeracy skills

• Strong organisation, planning, problem-solving and multi-tasking skills

• Confident, resourceful and practical

• Self-motivated with the ability to work alone or within a team

• Personal commitment to equality and diversity

If you meet the above criteria and would like to be considered for this unique opportunity, apply now or send your CV through

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Company Description

Closing Date:
30/07/2019

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