Property Lawyer/Conveyancer

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Job Details

Type: permanent
Hours: full time
Salary: £23k - £32k pa (pro-rated for part-time role; depending on experience and location)
Posted: 13 Jul 2021
Closes: 13 Jan 2022
Ref: P13072021-1344/FIEC

Important Requirements

You will need to be able to declare wholehearted acceptance of the FIEC doctrinal basis.

Contact

Ben Wright (Communications, Advice and Research Coordinator)
[email protected]

Edward Connor Solicitors (ECS) uniquely combines the expertise of a fully regulated law firm with the gospel aims of a Christian charity.

As the demand from churches and Christian organisations for our specialist service continues to grow, we are seeking an additional property lawyer or conveyancer passionate about advancing the gospel through providing Christ-centred legal expertise.

Working alongside expert lawyers, at ECS you can know the joy of meeting the unique needs of the churches and Christian organisations we support, in an environment where Christian colleagues will take a loving, holistic approach to your development. You will be helped to grow in the biblical and Christlike application of your knowledge and gifts, as well as helped to excel as an expert lawyer.

This role has an occupational requirement that the job holder is a Christian in full agreement with our Basis of Faith.

If this unique opportunity interests you we would be delighted to hear from you.

Location:  Based either in Market Harborough office or working from home with occasional travel to Market Harborough office.

Applications: Please email [email protected] or call 01858 411568 to request an application pack, or ask for further details. Please send your application as soon as possible. We will close applications upon finding the right candidate for the role. We anticipate that interviews will be carried out online.

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