COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LAWYER – 5 YEARS + PAE

OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME!

Join a firm that will benefit your career growth!

The time has come to elevate your career to the next level, and joining this firm will do just that!

If you are a Commercial Property Lawyer with strong technical skills and keen to take on a broad variety of work, then this role has it all.

In exchange for your expertise, this firm will offer you excellent opportunities with access to great quality work and resources to support you, and plenty of room to grow and flourish in your career!  

This opportunity will see you working autonomously alongside other senior lawyers.  Open to applicants with a minimum of five (5) years PAE and more, this role is suited to a hard working, technically proficient Commercial Property Lawyer who is passionate about their work.

If you are looking for the next move in your career, and you can offer a motivated and professional attitude, strong experience in Commercial Property Law and top technical skills, this role is for you!

The successful candidate for this position will have:

  • A minimum of five (5) years solid PAE in Commercial Property Law including: 
    • Transactional experience including the sale and purchase of residential and commercial property;
    • Commercial leasing experience including retail/shop leasing;
    • General commercial and corporate law experience;
    • Body Corporate and Property development work;
    • A strong client focus;
    • The ability to work both independently and in a team;  and
    • A strong desire to succeed.

In reward for your hard work, you will receive:

  • A generous salary package with attractive benefits; 
  • Genuine opportunities for career progression; and
  • Access to support and development opportunities.

If you think you have what it takes to complete the required duties for this role, give the team at DiMention Recruitment a call today or apply now! (07) 3123-4001 / (07) 5501 9242 /  0400 754 091.

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