Commercial Property

Recruiter
Location
Cambridge
Salary
£40000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus Scheme + Benefits
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Closes
06 Sep 2017
Ref
SC141434
Contact
Stephen Chantry
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
Are you a commercial property solicitor who would like to join a growing commercial property team at a Legal 500 firm in Cambridge? Would you like to join a firm who have increased their presence in this sector by 1/3rd over the last 18 months, across their 5 offices? 
 
You will be a commercial property solicitor with around 4 years PQE who will be a key mid team hire (currently 3 solicitors) for this Legal 500 firm. You should be able to deal with the full range of acquisitions, disposals, landlord and tenant work, development matters and portfolio management for clients in the industrial, retail, office and development sectors. The ideal candidate will be able to assist junior members of staff and will be able to take on an active role in business development and marketing. The firm can offer a market rate salary and ongoing training and development with a clear career path for ambitious and forward thinking candidates.
 
If you are a commercial property solicitor who is looking for a role with a forward thinking and growing team and firm, please apply now to be considered or call Stephen Chantry on 0207 6499298 to discuss this role in complete confidence.  About us Formed in 1999, G2 Legal Limited is one of the largest, privately owned legal recruitment companies with offices throughout the UK and in Sydney, Australia. We are a fully accredited member of APSCO. Please visit our website for more information on the services we provide and current opportunities.

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