My Home Move Manchester recruitment open day – up to 200 new posts on offerFebruary 19, 2014
My Home Move, the UK’s leading provider of mover conveyancing services, is holding a recruitment open day at its brand new offices in Manchester, on Tuesday 4th March 2014.
My Home Move, who recently opened its North West base at Linley House, located in the heart of the city, has around 200 new roles on offer. From experienced conveyancer positions through to trainee posts, the company is looking for customer-focused candidates to join its teams, as it takes care of the legal side of moving for tens of thousands of people a year.
Event: My Home Move recruitment open day
Where: Linley House, Dickinson Street, Manchester, M1 4LF
When: 4th March 2014
Time: 2.00pm – 4.30pm or 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Doug Crawford, CEO of My Home Move, explained, “We are a young, vibrant and forward-thinking company that has big plans for growth, as we aim to complete 100,000 cases a year by 2016. We recently opened our new centre in Manchester and are looking for passionate, dedicated and client-focused individuals to fill the hundreds of roles we have available.”
“Whether people are looking for part-time, full-time, experienced or trainee roles, we have positions available and we can provide fully-accredited training to ensure candidates have all the skills they need to deliver first class conveyancing. We value our staff and understand that they are integral to the success of our company, which is why we offer competitive pay, bonuses and regular rewards. ”
The recruitment open day will be held on the 4th March, and candidates are asked to bring a copy of their CV with them. There are two sessions to chose from (2 – 4.30pm & 5.30 – 8pm), allowing the candidates the opportunity to find out about the roles on offer and to talk to current employees. There will also be the opportunity to win an iPad mini, as all CVs submitted on the day will be entered into a free prize draw.
My Home Move is a modern law firm that has challenged the status quo by embracing new technologies to deliver customer-focused conveyancing. Last year, through its in-house law firm Premier Property Lawyers, it helped over 38,000 people to buy, sell or remortgage their homes, cementing its position as the market leader in mover conveyancing.