Job Overview

Location
Leeds, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
£18,000 - £25,000 Per Year
Date Posted
13 days ago

Additional Details

Job ID
27113
Job Views
2

Job Description

This law firm, based in Chapel Allerton, is currently recruiting for a conveyancing assistant to join its busy office on a full-time basis. 

To be considered for this role you must have 12 months experience in conveyancing and be able to hit the ground running as a conveyancing assistant.

You will provide administrative support to the teams conveyancers in order to enable them to process a high-volume caseload of sale and purchase transactions. You will also be ensuring the successful development of both the department and the firm in line with the annual and 5 year business plans. The role is very client focused and the successful candidate will pride themselves on delivering a professional, helpful and friendly service.

Key Tasks: 
  • Opening new files and inputting new instructions onto the Case Management system 
  • Updating the Case Management system in accordance with team procedures as the matter progresses
  • Dealing with incoming post and telephone enquiries where possible or taking messages for colleagues
  • Filing, billing, faxing, photocopying, sorting post and archiving
  • Diary management 
Ideal legal professional: 
  • 12 months+ experience in conveyancing (essential) 
  • Be a quick and accurate worker and be able to follow instructions carefully while dealing with a high volume of work
  • Be confident liaising with clients, both face to face and on the telephone
  • Be a team player to assist with the development of the department
Interested? 

If you are interested in this role based in Chapel Allerton and have the skills outlined above, simply apply or get in touch with Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal.

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