Commercial Property Lawyer

  • Job Reference: W/28325
  • Date Posted: 5 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Kent
  • Salary: £45,000 to £55,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Highly Attractive Package
  • Sector: Commercial Property
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Commercial Property Lawyer
Kent, East Sussex
£45,000 - £55,000
W/28325

Commercial Property Solicitor – This highly regarded regional law firm with an outstanding reputation is now looking for a further Commercial Property Solicitor or Legal Executive to join their property team at their West Kent offices.

About the Role
You will be working alongside a supportive team where you will be managing your own quality caseload of commercial property matters, working on your own initiative. The team assist and advise on a wide range of commercial property transactions, including landlord and tenant, developers, landowners, lenders and portfolio clients.

Candidate Requirements
They are ideally looking for a candidate with 1-2 years’ experience of managing a similar caseload within a top regional practice. You will be able to address matters efficiently, have good organisational and communication skills and an active involvement in business development and marketing for the department.

On offer
In return they offer a competitive salary and benefits package. This includes, generous holiday and employer contributed pension, life assurance as well as a friendly and non-hierarchical, open minded working environment. You will get the supervision you need to develop with the scope to be able to manage matters using your own judgement and encouraged to build relationships with clients.

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