Commercial Property Solicitor

Recruiter
Location
Cheshire, England, Chester
Salary
£30000 - £45000 per annum
Posted
08 Sep 2017
Closes
06 Oct 2017
Ref
AJH53887
Contact
Amy Haycocks
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

Are you a Commercial Property Solicitor that would like the opportunity to work within one of the leading legal firms in Cheshire? The role is a permanent position within a private practice firm in Chester and would suit a property solicitor of varying level of PQE.

THE ROLE:
- Varied caseload of real estate law (including landlord & Tenant, acquisitions/disposals and a variety of development matters);
- Working for a broad client base including retailers, investors, developers, contractors and industrial, office and residential occupiers;
- Working within a collegiate environment;
- Client contact is a key aspect of the role.

THE CANDIDATE:
- A qualified Commercial Property solicitor with some post qualification experience; this could be as little as 12 months or as much as 5 years;
- Confident and enthusiastic ;
- Comfortable in a strong team environment;
- Excellent client facing skills.

BENEFITS:
- Effective, on-going training;
- The firm has long standing ties to many local SME's and owner managed businesses;
- Interesting array of property transactions;
- Clear and achievable long term career prospects;
- Extremely competitive salary for the Chester market

HOW TO APPLY:

If you are a Commercial Property Solicitor and feel this is an opportunity that you would like to explore please contact Amy Haycocks on 0161 831 6890 to learn more about this role and any other Commercial Property roles we have that may be of interest.

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