Residential property

Current opportunities

Please see details of our current vacancies below

Senior Solicitor/Associate - Residential Property

Gillespie Macandrew has an excellent opportunity for a Senior Solicitor/ Associate to join our established Residential Property team in Edinburgh.

The successful candidate will have a broad range of property experience and a sound understanding of all conveyancing work including sales, purchases, transfers of titles, remortgages, and discharges.

This role requires a highly motivated, collaborative and commercially minded team player with excellent technical skills and a strong client focussed approach. The ideal candidate will be very personable and have a commitment to providing an excellent level of client service, demonstrating a strong positive, proactive attitude. Interpersonal skills must be strong.

Ideally you will have at minimum of 5 years’ PQE, however applications from candidates with less experience may be considered.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to develop their career in a professional and rewarding environment. A competitive salary and benefits package is offered. If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a full CV stating current remuneration to recruitment@gillespiemacandrew.co.uk 

Gillespie Macandrew LLP is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and demonstrating that they value the diversity of their workforce.

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Senior Solicitor/Associate - Land and Rural Business

We have an excellent opportunity for an Associate or experienced Senior Solicitor to join our leading Land and Rural Business Team.

The successful candidate will become involved in a full range of rural work including dealing with the purchase and sale of estates, forests, farms and country houses, together with advising on crofting issues and agricultural holdings legislation. 

Candidates will possess a desire to actively contribute to the development of our successful and forward-thinking team.  They will be confident in working independently and running their own caseload, but also be willing and able to work with other members of the team on larger or more complex transactions.  They will contribute to the financial success of the team and the Firm by meeting agreed targets.  Candidates will be expected to have experience of contributing to business development and marketing strategies.

Applications are invited from candidates with at least 5 years' PQE in the sector. This is a full time position but consideration will be given to part time and flexible working.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to develop their career in a professional and rewarding environment.  A competitive salary and benefits package is offered.  If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a full CV stating current remuneration to Recruitment@gillespiemacandrew.co.uk

 

Gillespie Macandrew LLP is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and demonstrating that they value the diversity of their workforce.

Please see the following link if you wish to view our privacy notice in line with 2018 GDPR legislation: https://www.gillespiemacandrew.co.uk/privacy-notice/  

Tax Assistant/Junior - Private Client

Gillespie Macandrew has an excellent opportunity for a Tax Assistant to join our established Tax Compliance Team within our Private Client Dept. The role is to provide Tax Administration support for the Tax Seniors in the Tax Department, ensuring that all procedures are carried out in accordance with the firm’s standards. The role will be based in our Edinburgh office.   It will be an ideal role for anyone interested in starting a career in tax.  

The successful candidate will assist the Tax team with a number of tasks including the preparation of tax returns for review, maintaining records, including tax returns and payments lists, carrying out tax research, and preparing correspondence to clients and HMRC.  The candidate will also prepare fee notes, deal with statements of account and arrange payments to HMRC.

This role requires a candidate who possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to build and maintain collaborative and professional working relationships. Strong organisation and prioritisation skills are required and the ability to work to deadlines and manage a varied workload. It is also important for the candidate to have good numeracy skills, strong attention to detail and to have proficiency in Microsoft Office packages.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in a similar role within the Professional Services industry. You will be motivated to undergo an on-going training programme carried out by the Tax Team with the possibility of completing tax qualifications such as ATT, CIOT and STEP.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to develop their career in a professional and rewarding environment.  A competitive salary and benefits package is offered.  If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a full CV stating current remuneration to recruitment@gillespiemacandrew.co.uk

 

Gillespie Macandrew LLP is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and demonstrating that they value the diversity of their workforce.

Please see the following link if you wish to view our privacy notice in line with 2018 GDPR legislation: https://www.gillespiemacandrew.co.uk/privacy-notice/ 

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