Conveyancing Executive recruitment agency listing
A Conveyance Executive is usually an unqualified legal worker responsible for overseeing property transactions under the supervision of Conveyance Solicitors.
Many legal firms employ trainee Conveyance Executives from school. Candidates will normally need at least 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, and some employers will also insist on A-levels or other recognised forms of further education. Trainees will combine working in real life situations with training at a local college that has been endorsed by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC). Anyone who wishes to find employment as a Conveyance Executive needs to be registered with the CLC, and they will need to pass a 'fit and proper person' test to do so.
Legal firms and recruitment agencies look for Conveyancing Staff who can take care of the 'nuts and bolts' of a property transaction, so candidates must be able to manage their own workloads efficiently. This role is hugely dependent on meeting deadlines, so recruitment agencies will be looking for applicants who have a proven track record in being proactive and working without supervision. A Conveyancing Executive will also be the point of contact and 'go-between' for Solicitors, Vendors and Buyers, so excellent communication skills are essential.
Salaries for Conveyancers tend to begin at around £16,000 PA, although this can rise considerably with experience. Salaries of around £30,000 PA are not unusual for experienced professionals - often rising to over £40,000 PA for personnel with team leadership responsibilities.
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