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Our client, with offices in Glasgow and Hamilton, is seeking additional conveyancing support due to business demand. Applications from those seeking permanent and interim work will be considered. Ideally, interested candidates should have at least 4 year’s PQE in residential property. This role offers remote working, with only one day per week required at office to attend weekly team updates.
This is an excellent opportunity to join this dynamic firm where the work on offer is good quality and not volume.
If this position interests you please get in touch with Frasia or Cameron for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 12885)
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