Conveyancer Solicitor/Legal Executive/Licenced Conveyancer – Residential Property Department
Full time, Permanent
Competitive (negotiable and dependent on experience & qualifications)
3 months ago
Hibberts Solicitors have been delivering expert legal advice and support to clients since 1799, where client care is of the highest priority. The firm are renowned for the delivery of a personal, professional and practical service, and Hibberts pride themselves on their diverse range of clients and services and are noted for their expertise in agriculture, property, tax and trust work.
Hibberts are recruiting an experienced Conveyancer to join their established and dynamic property team. This will be a full-time position, based at our Nantwich office, with the potential of hybrid working in the future.
The role will be to manage and handle a varied caseload of residential sale and purchase transactional work (from file opening through to completion and post completion work), freehold and leasehold property, remortgages, transfers of equity, newbuild and help to buy transactions
Using an excellent Case Management System, this position will have secretarial and administrational support.
The Successful Candidate
The successful candidate will be either a Solicitor, Licenced Conveyancer or Legal Executive with at least 5 years’ experience running their own caseload. They will be comfortable working independently and working on their own initiative, producing high quality work.
Managing your own caseload, priorities and demonstrating great organisational skills, you will be able to work autonomously and effectively. You will be client-focussed in your approach and effective and confident in your communication with colleagues and clients alike.
Please apply in strictest confidence with a copy of your CV and covering letter by email only to Mrs Rachael Hodgkins, 25 Barker Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5EN on email@example.com Please do not use the social media or website “apply now” function
Minimum 5 years’ experience running their own caseload