Residential Property Solicitor/ Licensed Conveyancer (2489)

Ref: 2489

Ref 10296


About the firm

Our client is a high street law firm with a proud heritage and strong connections in its locality, with loyal staff providing first class legal services in the South West area. The team offers a range of legal services to businesses and individuals including conveyancing and real estate, family, immigration advice, civil litigation, probate, tax, wills, estates, and Power of Attorney. The partners are proud to have created an environment where people can flourish and progress their professional careers at their own pace in a supportive and encouraging culture.

About the role

Joining this successful and reputable law firm based in Exmouth, you will be undertaking fee earning work focussed on Residential Conveyancing matters, including:

  • Working as part of a busy, established, and supportive team
  • Running your own varied caseload of Conveyancing cases
  • Taking instructions, dealing with client queries over the phone and in person
  • Liaising with clients, stakeholders and third parties
  • Preparing, advising, and drafting necessary documents

The Residential Property team is a busy environment where no two days are quite the same. With plenty of work and lots of opportunity for client contact and good quality partner supervision as needed, you will be encouraged to take responsibility for your files and provide the highest standards of client care. The caseload is varied, and though you will primarily be working on general residential property and conveyancing matters on property values of up to £3m, you will also handle some leasehold and new build files, and occasional agricultural property transactions.

Joining the team based in Exmouth, you will be working from their office for the majority of the time.

About you

You might be a UK qualified Residential Property Solicitor, Chartered Legal Executive, or qualified Licensed Conveyancer and are accustomed to running your own files to a high standard with relative independence. With good prior experience in a local or regional law firm, you are comfortable working collaboratively within a busy team environment, liaising directly with clients and third parties in the interests of progressing each matter. You take pride in your work and are self-motivated to deliver great results to each client you work with.

You possess a good manner with clients and colleagues alike, being professional, perceptive, and calm under pressure when working to deadlines and prioritising your time. You’ll be keen to bring your insights and ideas to your new firm and contribute towards the collegiate and collaborative environment this firm proudly offers.

Benefits include: 

  • 23 days of annual leave, plus bank holidays
  • Christmas and New Year office closure in addition to annual leave allowance
  • Hybrid and flexible working options
  • 4% pension contribution
  • Support with extra training/qualifications etc for professional development

The firm is extremely supportive and adopts a family approach when it comes to the support and welfare of its staff and they are very adaptable and flexible with the individual needs of their employees.

For an informal discussion about this opportunity without commitment and in confidence, please contact Charlotte Ferguson, Recruitment Manager at .