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Conveyancing Secretary at O'Dwyer Personnel

Legal
  • Western Cape, Stellenbosch
  • Permanent
  • Not Specified

Description

An exciting opportunity exists in the Conveyancing Department of one of our Clients for a Secretary Reporting to the Director.

 

Key areas of responsibility includes:

  • Taking ownership of the transaction from beginning to the end which includes residential and commercial property transfers.
  • Preparing files accurately  according to specifications.
  • Administering and organizing the  Conveyancing  legal practice.
  • Effective stakeholder communication essential  for both internal & external parties      (Banks, Municipalities, Rates Consultants, Estate Agents, Deeds Office, etc.)
  • Drafting Documents.
  • Obtaining Transfer Duty & Rates Clearance Certificates.           
  • Attending to Lodgements and Registrations of all Transfers, Bond Cancellations and Bonds.             
  • Attending to all the Finances related to the conveyancing transactions.

 

 

Requirements


Requirements:

  • Matric Essential.
  • Legal secretary / paralegal / conveyancing qualification advantageous.
  • 5 years Conveyancing Secretarial experience essential.
  • Full working knowledge of all MS packages.
  • Experience on the different bank sites advantageous e.g.  FNB, RMB Private Wealth  bank system.
  • Experience with Conveyancing packages advantageous e.g. Ghostconvey , Lotus Notes etc.
  • Ability to speak and type documents in both Afrikaans & English.


Personal Attributes:

  • Attention to detail & Quality focused.
  • Ability to multi-task & have good organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and meet strict deadlines.
  • Solid and stable conveyancing secretary experience required.
Job added on 25 November 2019. Apply before Sat, 25 Jan 2020, 23:59 to qualify.

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