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    £21000.00 - £24000.00 per annum

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    Stevie Davidson

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  • Published:

    27 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    09 June 2023

Role: Property Assistant

Salary: Up to £24,000 (DOE)

Location: Swindon

Yolk Recruitment is currently supporting a client in the search for a Property Assistant in the residential and new homes team. We are seeking a motivated and experienced individual to join the team at our client's Swindon office. As a Property Assistant, you will be responsible for providing administrative support for the busy residential and new homes teams.

This is what you'll be doing:

  • Carrying out general administrative duties associated with residential conveyancing
  • Gathering information and updating the Case Management System
  • Meeting clients in person to provide excellent customer service
  • Maintaining confidentiality at all times
  • Taking telephone calls and messages for the firm, redirecting calls as appropriate

The experience you'll bring to the team:

  • Previous experience in a legal administrative role preferred
  • Excellent administrative and communication skills
  • Experience using Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook and a case management system
  • Strong attention to detail and good timekeeping skills
  • Ability to work well in a team but also on their own initiative

And this is what you'll get in return:

  • A competitive salary according to experience
  • 25 days annual leave plus normal Bank Holidays
  • Pension
  • Friendly and flexible environment

Are you up to the challenge? If you have a strong work ethic, excellent administrative skills, and are keen to play a key role in a vibrant law firm, then we would love to hear from you. Apply today to be considered for this exciting opportunity as a Property Assistant in Swindon.

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