Commercial Property Lawyer in Ipswich

A new vacancy has arisen with a pension company based in Ipswich – 5 minutes away from the train station. They deal with Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPS). They need someone to provide “operational support” whilst a lawyer is off sick. They want someone who has commercial property experience and be able to review legal documents on the team’s behalf and hit the ground running. Ongoing role.

They are looking for someone to start as soon as possible. They do not have a defined price in mind but I suspect the maximum rate on this one is going to be £30 per hour. Apologies in advance if this is unsuitable.

The list below is from the original job spec for the permanent post.

Principal accountabilities:

”    Manage a transactional caseload of commercial property acquisitions, disposals and other related transactional legal work within SLAs and transactional deadlines to meet customer requirements and achieve required targets and objectives
”    Prioritise own workload to ensure that quality work is delivered on time and efficiently
”    Review, analyse and interpret legal documents, e.g. property reports, identifying risk & liability that falls outside company standards, establishing and considering possible solutions to mitigate risk
”    Assist in analysis of complex legal conveyancing / transactional matters, including their impact on pensions legislation, analysing legal issues, identifying legal problems and supporting colleagues, superiors and business wide projects in identifying solutions to the same
”    Manage relationships with internal and external customers to include solicitors, lenders, surveyors, architects, SIPP investors and financial advisers to ensure accurate communication of information, transparency and understanding in respect of all processes, controls and requirements to manage customer expectations
”    Conducting client meetings and contribute to technical presentations / seminars to external parties and professionals on various aspects of SIPP property purchase, ongoing management and SIPP regulations
”    Monitor effectiveness of property controls to ensure compliance with business and legal requirements, adapting and amending in line with future changes
”    Consistently promote the company’s policy on treating customers fairly (TCF)

If you are interested please let me know.

Consultant dealing: Jonathan Fagan

Date posted: 15.02.17