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    Residential Conveyancing Legal Secretary

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Residential Property/ Conveyancing
  • Location: Ashford, Kent
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 27/09/2018
  • Job reference: 36272_1538040375

Our client, a well established law firm with offices throughout South East England are seeking to appoint a Residential Conveyancing Legal Secretary to join their office in Kent.

Your daily duties will involve supporting the Residential Conveyancing department by; Dealing with incoming client queries, meeting and greeting clients, undertaking audio and copy typing on behalf of the Fee Earners and attending client meetings to provide secretarial support.

The successful Residential Conveyancing Legal Secretary will possess previous legal secretarial experience, ideally within Family Law but this is not essential. You will be able to demonstrate excellent typing speed & accuracy, excellent communication skills and an approachable and friendly demeanour.

If you are interested in finding out more about this position and wish to find out more about the role, please send a copy of your CV to Jamie Miller at Clayton Legal thought the appropriate links.

Clayton Legal recruits for law firms and In-House departments across the UK. Based in the North West, our pedigree and service levels give those looking to move in the legal market and law firms looking to recruit a refreshingly different recruitment experience. You will work with experienced professionals, dedicated to your success. Take a look at our web site www.clayton-legal.co.uk for our latest blogs and legal news and to keep up to date with current vacancies.

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