paralegal securitisation team
Posted on Dec 13, 2018 by Anonymous
Our client has been based in the City of London. From our offices in London we provide legal services throughout England and Wales. Our client specialists in Banking, Commercial/Corporate, Projects & Property Litigation, Employment,
Our client is seeking to recruit a Paralegal to assist our Securitisation team. We are looking for someone with previous conveyancing experience. You will be able to manage your own caseload. This is a demanding role that will require flexibility and the ability to successfully prioritise competing demands.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
This is not an exhaustive list and from time to time it may be necessary to vary these to meet the department and business needs.
Assisting the Solicitor supervising you in the securitisation team with specific tasks allocated on his/her files to include: identifying Titles, obtaining Official Copy Entries and Office Copy Documents from the Land Registry Link, carrying out Searches, obtaining items from Local Authorities, chasing for outstanding items, carrying out pre -completion Land Registry
Searches and dealing with post-completion matters
Providing the Solicitor supervising you with progress reports as and when required Assisting with the organising and maintaining of the Solicitor's tidy and accurate files
Providing cover and support to the other paralegals within the team as and when required and assisting on securitisation matters
Meeting targets that may be set from time to time
Following department procedures, the Solicitor's accounts rules and the Firm's policies and procedures as detailed in the Office Manual
Undertaking such duties and tasks that are appropriate for the role of Paralegal such as changes in information systems and new technology as may reasonably be required.
Possess good drafting skills.
Have a methodical approach, with good attention to detail and the ability to communicate clearly and confidently at all levels.
Possess a strong customer service ethic with the ability to empathise with clients. Excellent administration skills, organisation and attention to detail.
Good time management skills, able to deal with more than one task at a time, able to work with limited supervision, able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines, able to
prioritise a heavy workload.
Be a supportive team player and willing to assist others. Self-motivated, enthusiastic, Conduct effective legal research.
Competent in all MS applications, to include Word, Excel and Outlook.
Good communication skills at all levels with the ability to communicate in "plain English." Must be client focused and have an approachable manner with good communication
Be assertive and confident with dealing with people at all levels. Be calm and professional always.
Be punctual and flexible. If you have capacity, you may be required to help other departments, or team members, though this tends to be very rare.
2:1 degree or equivalent in Law (or appropriate conversion).
Successful completion of the LPC or studying the LPC part time. Studying ILEX.
Knowledge of DMS (Document Management System).
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