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Head of Residential Conveyancing

Location:
Hartlepool
Salary:
£35,000 to £45,000 per annum
Job type:
Permanent, Full time
Practice area:
Plot Sales, Remortgage, Residential Conveyancing Property
Job reference:
FRH54204

Are you a Licenced Conveyancer or Chartered Legal Executive ready to make a career defining move? Do you have considerable experience in both Residential Conveyancing and management? If so, this is the role for you. Our client, an established firm with offices across the Teesside region, requires someone to head up their successful Residential Conveyancing team in Hartlepool.

Our client has been established in the Teesside region for numerous years and as such have built up an excellent reputation and enviable client base. You therefore have all the tools to really make your mark on this practice area and establish yourself in a prestigious role as head of Residential Conveyancing.



The Role:
-The role will require you to head up a successful team of experienced Residential Conveyancing lawyers.
-You will help to shape policy and compliance across the firm's four offices and provide training material across the department.
-As Head of the team, you will also be heavily involved in marketing and networking on both a department and firm wide basis.
-You will also be able to get involved in some fee earning, managing complex residential conveyancing files and providing technical advice and support to junior fee earners.

The Candidate:
-In order to be considered for this role, you must be a Chartered Legal Executive or Licenced Conveyancer.
-You must have be a technically strong fee earner specialising in Residential Conveyancing and capable of handling a volume residential conveyancing caseload.
-The role is predominantly managerial and so it is essential that you do have experience of heading up a team.
-The ideal candidate for this role would be commercially aware.

Benefits:
-Competitive Salary
-Excellent opportunity to head up a team.
-Excellent firm with great career progression and rewards.

How to Apply:
If you would like to apply for this role then contact Fiona Hill at Sacco Mann or another member of our Chartered Legal Executive and Paralegal team. Alternatively, if you know of anyone who would be suitable for this role then please let them or us know as we offer a reward for successful referrals. For full terms please see our website.

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