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    Conveyancing Paralegal

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Residential Property/ Conveyancing
  • Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 28/09/2018
  • Job reference: 36198_1538132548

My client, one of the Uk's largest law firms are now looking to appoint a Conveyancing Paralegal to join the team at their Manchester office.

In this Conveyancing Paralegal role you will be assisting on a case load of Residential Sales and Purchase conveyancing matters from start to finish.

The ideal Conveyancing Paralegal will ideally have 2 years Residential Conveyancing experience minimum to be considered. Commercial experience is desirable but not essential.

Salary for this Conveyancing Paralegal role will be up-to £20,000 but all dependent on previous experience level.

If you or you know someone who would be interested in this role based in Manchester please send a CV or contact me on i.mannion@clayton-legal.co.uk or call the office to discuss with Ian Mannion on 01772 259121.

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