Conveyancing Paralegal

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A well-Established, High street Law firm is recruiting for a Residential Conveyancing Paralegal to join their property team in Altrincham.

This is a full-time permanent role to assist on a case load of sale and purchase conveyancing transactions to a senior Conveyancer.

Knowledge of the full conveyancing process inception to completion is essential, typical duties will include handling a small Residential Conveyancing caseload under supervision as well as preparing required documentation as required with the conveyancing process, meeting clients face to face and liaising with third parties over the telephone.

In order to be successful in this Residential Conveyancing Paralegal role you must have at least 2yrs months solid experience working as a Residential Conveyancing Paralegal with some fee earning experience would be desirable.

Salary on this role ranges from £18,000-£22,000 and is dependent on experience.

If you are interested in the above, please contact .uk or alternatively give Dan Howard a call at Clayton Legal on

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