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    Conveyancing Paralegal

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Residential Property/ Conveyancing
  • Location: Altrincham, Cheshire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 13/03/2018
  • Job reference: CMS031753'2002_1520939590

My client, a legal 500 top tier law firm based in Altrincham are seeking to appoint an experienced Conveyancing Paralegal to join their property team.

The role is for a Conveyancing Paralegal who will be needed to run files from start to completion, with some supervision from a senior fee earner, this role will be working for a fee earner on an existing caseload.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate previous experience managing Residential files at every stage of the conveyancing process, with some post completion work. Additionally you will be comfortable working under minimal supervision and possess excellent communication skills.

To apply for this role please forward your CV to Ian Mannion at Clayton Legal or forward your CV to i.mannion@clayton-legal.co.uk.

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