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Conveyancing Assistant/Secretary SD254

  • Ref: SD254

Cathedral Appointments are currently recruiting for a Conveyancing Assistant/Legal Secretary to join our client’s office based in Chard. This role would suit an experienced Conveyancing Assistant who is looking to join a busy, friendly team and who is looking to build their career with a successful firm.

Conveyancing Assistant/Secretary SD254 responsibilities include...

Responsibilities of a Conveyancing Assistant will include, but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the Property team with a range of Conveyancing matters, including sales, purchases, remortgages and transfers of equity
  • Assisting with Conveyancing matters from the start to post-completion
  • Providing secretarial typing support where needed

Conveyancing Assistant/Secretary SD254 requirements include...

Background/Skills of a Conveyancing Assistant:

  • A minimum of 12 months’ experience as a Conveyancing Assistant or Legal Secretary within Property
  • Audio/Copy typing experience, ideally with speeds of 60wpm plus
  • You will be highly organised, with exceptional communication skills, a keen eye for detail and a professional, confident manner
  • You will have excellent IT skills; including the use of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook
  • You will be able to work effectively as part of a team as well as working on your own initiative
  • A high degree of diplomacy and confidentiality in respect of clients and client’s matters
  • Digital dictation and case management experience advantageous

Our client requires someone who has previous experience of working within Conveyancing either as an Assistant or as a Legal Secretary. On offer is a competitive starting salary, excellent benefits and a friendly working environment.

If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, please get in touch with Sophia Damshenas at Cathedral Appointments today.

Please note, Cathedral Appointments are acting as a recruitment agency in relation to the above role. 

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