Post Completions Assistant

Zoek Pin Wakefield, England


Permanent (Full time)

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Our Client is revolutionising legal services. By bringing together legal experts from across the country, they’re building a nationwide team with local delivery to champion their colleagues, clients and communities.

They pride themselves on providing their nationwide clients with honest, cost effective and reliable legal services. As one of the largest providers of conveyancing in the UK, they have many clients who return to them for their fast, modern service and their dedication to client care.

This role will be based within their Legal Operations Department in Wakefield where you’ll be working with their team of dedicated, highly skilled legal professionals. As a member of the post completion team you will be responsible for ensuring all regulatory and legal aspects of processing sale and purchase files are completed efficiently and accurately.

Areas of Accountability:

Responsible for providing an accurate and efficient post completions service to the business on a range of files, including Purchase, Remortgage, Sale and Transfers of Equity
Carry out the processing and submitting registrations and changes to HM Land Registry, conducting Stamp Duty Land Tax returns, following up on mortgage redemptions, checking and renewing searches
Administrative tasks including scanning, dealing with original documentation, archiving and discharging
Sending updated Title Registers and Title Deeds to clients, mortgage lenders and any other parties who require them
Follow and comply with set procedures and service level agreements
Ensure that clients are dealt with efficiently, professionally and politely
Communication with HM Land Registry, HMRC, Welsh revenue authority, clients and other 3rd parties including solicitors and managing agents both on the telephone, email and in written correspondence
Communicate internally with conveyancing, remortgage, compliance and wills and probate teams where necessary
Participate in regular team meetings and identify opportunities for continuous improvement to further improve the service offered by the you’ll need to succeed:

Excellent attention to detail
Ability to work quickly and maintain high levels of accuracy
Assertive, calm, friendly and a good team player
Excellent time management & organisational skills
Advanced ability to prioritise and work under pressure
Resilient and adaptable to change
Reliable and flexible
Ability to work unsupervised and use own initiative
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Effective problem-solving skills
Proficient with IT systems and programmes . MS Office, Word, Outlook and ExcelThe successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary dependent upon experience.

Please contact one of our recruitment team on (phone number removed) for an informal confidential conversation and to register your interest in this role

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