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Part-time residential solicitor, Guildford area - no billing target

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JillSteele · 21/02/2023 21:11

Are you a qualified residential solicitor looking for a rare opportunity to balance your family life with your legal career? My client, a boutique law firm in the Guildford area is looking to recruit a residential solicitor to assist a Partner with his varied and often high end residential transactions. He will take the lead and is looking for a safe pair of hands to delegate some aspects of his work to with no billing target set. This is a flexible role with the option to work reduced hours and take more time off during the holidays than would normally be possible.

The Candidate
Residential Conveyancing experience essential
Commercial and/or development work desirable but not a prerequisite
Experience in dealing with Leasehold/ Freehold/ New Builds and Re-mortgages
Ability to handle a caseload independently
Ability to work well as part of a team and on your own initiative
Strong legal skills with an eye for detail
Excellent organisation and time-management skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

The Benefits
Attractive salary (pro rata for part time)
Annual leave – extended time off can be negotiated
Pension scheme
Ongoing Training and Development
Progression Opportunities
Supportive working environment

How to apply
Please email or call Jill Steele at Juris Recruitment to arrange a confidential friendly chat about the role and what you are looking for

[email protected]
07976 898156

Part-time residential solicitor, Guildford area - no billing target
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mumandpetlover · 26/02/2023 19:30

Hi Jill

I have sent you an email.

Best wishes


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JillSteele · 27/02/2023 08:14

Thanks Deborah - looking forward to speaking to you.

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