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Experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner


Adkins & Cheurfi are urgently looking to recruit an experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner for a prestigious County Durham Law Firm.

The Main Responsibilities of the experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner will involve:-

  • Running your own caseload consisting of buying, selling, and re-mortgaging domestic properties and equity release;
  • Meeting clients and taking detailed instructions;
  • Giving basic, clear advice on all aspects of an Experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner
  • Maintaining client confidentiality at all times;
  • Opening and maintaining neat files in accordance with office procedures;
  • Confirming instructions and advice to clients in writing;
  • Conducting negotiations with other parties;
  • Managing your caseload to ensure that cases are progressed, closed, and billed as appropriate;
  • Referring matters to other practitioners within the firm as appropriate;
  • Undertaking training and developing;
  • Earn fees at a minimum of 3 times your salary per annum;
  • Ensuring that all time spent is recorded;
  • Ensuring adherence to AML and GDPR regulations at all times;
  • Any other tasks as required by the Directors commensurate with the role.

Person Specification

  • You will be smart and well-presented;
  • Experienced Conveyancing Fee Earner with at least two years experience
  • Have good social skills with a clear communication style both orally (in person and on the telephone) and in writing;
  • Experience in dealing with members of the public face-to-face;
  • IT literate and, after training, be able to operate a computer-based case management system;
  • You will have excellent word processing skills;
  • You will recognise your own limitations and be aware of when it is necessary for you to seek help or further advice;
  • Ability to work under pressure as part of a small team;
  • Sensitive to cultural issues in a diverse community;
  • Hardworking, reliable, and punctual;
  • You will be willing to give and receive help to and from other members of staff as needed;
  • You will be able to work on your own initiative;
  • Good organisational skills.