Conveyancing Coordinator in Helwith Bridge - CV-Library

Conveyancing Coordinator in Helwith Bridge - CV-Library

Conveyancing Coordinator in Helwith Bridge - CV-Library

Job Overview

Helwith Bridge, England
Job Type
Full Time
£30,000 - £32,000 Per Year
Date Posted
23 days ago

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Job Description

Fusion People are actively recruiting for a Conveyancing Coordinator to support our Clients Strategic Asset Management Team in relation to land & property disposals.

About the Role

The Conveyancing Coordinator will provide conveyancing support to the Strategic Asset Management Team in relation to land & property disposals.

To liaise with colleagues across the Asset Transactions & Strategic Asset Appraisal Team, as well as external legal representatives in respect of land and property matters such as the implementation and release of rights and covenants, always with the best interest of the Group.

This is a maternity cover placement for a 12 month fixed term contract. Interviews will be held w/c 15 April.

Candidates will ideally be based within or near to our operating region as the role will require travel. Our regions cover Hampshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and London.

Key Accountabilities

Assist the team in the delivery of large volume disposals of void properties and land holdings via private treaty and auction, as well as acquisitions of properties through stock transfers and private treaty. Coordinating the internal conveyancing process from the approval stage through to post completion.

Provide conveyancing and project support to the teams on disposals, acquisitions and strategic reviews and help to de-risk properties and land prior to disposal.

Instruct and liaise with professionals including solicitors, agents, valuers and lenders in respect of a disposal and other consequential land matters which may include restrictions, easements, charges, sales of surplus land, deeds of variation, etc. as a representative of the Group.

Collate legal packs and complete on behalf of the Group the conveyancing protocol forms including Sellers Property Information form, Leasehold Information form and Commercial property standard enquiries where applicable. With the assistance of our operational teams and other resources you will respond to enquiries received from our legal representatives which may be raised by a prospective Buyer.

Undergo site visits to assist with the defining of boundaries, establishing rights of way and clarifying responsibilities for shared services and amenities.

Review new and existing legal documents including Title documents and liaise with our legal representatives in accordance with established Group Protocol for land matters and advise other teams and colleagues accordingly.

Approve and facilitate completion of miscellaneous legal documentation prepared by our legal representative including the Contract for Sale, Transfer Deed, Leases, Notifications of Discharge, Certificates of Compliance, Deeds of Covenant, and other Deeds as may be applicable.

Experience and qualifications

Educated to GCSE Standard (or equivalent), including English and Maths at C grade or above.
Experience working within a property law and conveyancing environment is essential to the role.
Comprehensive understanding of the principle of title and property documentation and the conveyancing process.
Understanding of the responsibilities placed by the statutory obligations governing this sector.
Excellent communication skills and ability to convey complex information to various audiences is essential.
Well organised and pragmatic, process driven and able to use initiative when working independently.
Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, particularly when working under pressure.
Good at analysing problems and can readily provide solutions.
Knowledge and experience of Microsoft systems.
Ability to demonstrate a high level of customer service in all undertakings.
Ability to coordinate multiple projects and prioritise workloads in a changing environment.
Ability to work within a team environment, developing strong and productive internal and external relationships with colleagues and stakeholders.
Full driving licence is essential as travelling between offices and conducting site visits is required.Rates and package

£30,000/£32,0000 per annum
37 Working Hours per week
Flexible Hybrid working
8.30a Start time - 17.00pm Finish times

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