Commercial Property solicitors sought by commercial law firm's growing conveyancing department.
We are currently seeking to recruit Commercial Property Solicitors to join our client's busy Commercial Property Department.
The successful candidates will report to the Head of the Unit and the position will involve a broad range of responsibilities including but not limited to:
- Advising clients in relation to the purchase, financing, disposal and leasing of various types of property including industrial units, shops and offices.
- Experience in property related matters including banking, property due diligence and landlord and tenant issues.
- Drafting, reviewing and amending commercial leases, deeds of surrender, deeds of variation, heads of terms, side letters and license agreements.
- Other ad-hoc work property related work as required within the business unit
- Comfortable with all stages of commercial property transactions
- Exposure to related security documentation
- Banking property experience would be an advantage
- Excellent drafting skills
- Ability to work on own initiative but also as part of a team
- Strong commercial focus and business acumen required
- Sociable people, capable of communicating at all levels with an ability to communicate points clearly in a non-confrontational manner
- A calm and measured approach to problem solving
- A willingness to work hard above and beyond normal office hours if required
Ideal candidates will be 0 - 4+ years qualified, with work experience in the relevant areas. They should have strong organisational and interpersonal skills as well as a good work ethic, energy, enthusiasm and be highly motivated.
- Strong communication skills
- Commercial acumen
- Attention to detail/accuracy
- Motivated, enthusiastic and dedicated
- Adaptable, positive and pro-active
- Committed self-starter
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.