CILEx Job Listings

CILEx Job Listings

Residential Conveyancing Support

Lanyon Bowdler - Conwy, North Wales

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Conveyancing support to join our Residential Property Department in our new and expanding Conwy office.

The role will carry the responsibility for providing a full range of conveyancing support to the department. Duties will include taking instructions, submitting searches, assisting clients in completing forms, dealing with completions, preparation of relevant forms for online submission, preparation and submission of applications for registration of title and dealing with post-completion formalities. The role will also involve client contact, a support role in updating clients/agents/brokers, diary management, typing correspondence, use of case management systems, reports, amending documents, maintaining files and general administrative tasks.

You must have a proven track record in handling residential conveyancing matters and be able to work with minimum supervision, demonstrating a high level of accuracy in their work. Experience of working with a case management system essential. Good IT skills along with an excellent telephone manner, organisational skills, time management, dedication and reliability are essential qualities for this position.

We are well known in the local market for offering a friendly service and professional advice, with offices across rural Shropshire, Herefordshire and into North Wales; we can offer a competitive salary for the right person with a range of benefits including healthcare scheme, life insurance and flexible working opportunities.

Salary: To be discussed
Job Type: Full-time
Reference: CW-Resi-Support
Contact: To apply forward your CV and covering letter to
Posted on: 12 August 2019
Expires on: 11 September 2019


Bring your real-world experience to our independent Panels

CILEx Regulation - Kempston

CILEx Regulation are seeking seven Chartered Legal Executives to serve on our Professional Conduct Panel, Disciplinary Tribunal, and Appeals Panels from January 2020. Our independent panels consider misconduct matters and suitability for membership.

The successful candidates will help us maintain professional standards by bringing real-world experience of legal services to the consideration of disciplinary matters. These roles offer a great opportunity to broaden your experience and to use your skills as a lawyer for the public interest balanced with the interests of fairness.

You must be a Chartered Legal Executive (a Fellow) with strong analytical skills, including the ability to assimilate complex information and make evidence-based decisions. You should also have good interpersonal and communication skills and be comfortable working digitally. You must be committed to the 'Nolan' principles of public life.

Panels are held at our offices in Kempston, near Bedford.

As a panellist you will receive:

  • £350 for each meeting you attend in person (usually five per year)
  • a fee for each meeting you attend by phone
  • a day rate for training (usually two per year) - meets Fellow CPD requirements
  • reasonable expenses for travel, subsistence and accommodation

Panellists serve a term of three years, with a further three-year term allowed.

Applications close 11:59 pm on Sunday, 15 September 2019.