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Solicitor / Senior Solicitor

Solicitor / Senior Solicitor - Newcastle

Full Time Permanent Senior Solicitor or Solicitor to work within the Residential Property / Conveyancing Department of an award winning market leading Newcastle based law firm to start as soon as possible.



Salary: Dependent upon Experience

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLIENT WELCOMES APPLICATIONS FROM CANDIDATES APPLYING FOR EITHER A SOLICTOR ROLE OR SENIOR SOLICITOR ROLE - PLEASE STATE YOUR APPLICATION CHOICE

Benefits: Excellent benefit package (without legal obligation) available after qualifying period to include generous annual entitlement, company bonus scheme, contributory pension scheme, funded training and learning, cycle to work scheme and contributory health care scheme.



Our Client:

Our prestigious independent client has been established for over thirty years and is recognised as a market leading firm with coverage across many Scottish and North Eastern regions employing a range of staff to include independent advisers, lawyers and property professionals.

Boasting a strong network of branches and a vast team of support personnel our client is entrusted with working alongside many leading financial institutions, brands and professional bodies offering a bespoke service to encompass an array of services.

The Role:

The successful candidate will manage a busy and varied case load working exclusively for lender clients.

Applicants will need to offer previous experience of managing complex remortgage and mortgage applications, working autonomously, meeting deadlines and offering flexibility to assist with a variety of associated tasks.

Given the diversity of client range and case files the successful candidate will need to be competent supporting both standard and non-standard caseloads.

Duties and responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

? Overseeing and managing a varied caseload of non-standard/complex remortgage and transfer of equity transactions
? Dealing with non-st