About the Role
In this vital role, you’ll carry out key administrative tasks that keep HMLR running. As part of a close-knit team, you’ll process information and deliver HMLR casework, including maintaining and updating the Land Register for England and Wales. From processing mortgages and discharging and transferring land to answering customer queries, you’ll carry out important work that has real effect on lives and businesses across England and Wales.
As this is an entry-level opportunity, you’ll receive fantastic training to make you an expert in your field. Starting with a two to three-month training period, you’ll learn the skills required to be the best at what you do. With access to an independent learning platform, you’ll be able to progress at your own pace with as much support as you need to grow into the role.
Once your training is signed off, you’ll quickly settle into the role and manage your personal workload. If you want to progress, there are plenty of opportunities to take on extra work and responsibility, and room to grow and move up through the organisation.
You’ll need to be a self-starter, with great organisational and time management skills. With a great eye for detail, you’ll be able to spot mistakes where others don’t. You’ll also be a fantastic communicator, with excellent verbal and written skills, as well as a strong team player.
This is a job with responsibility, so you’ll need to rise to the challenge, taking ownership of the work you do and the results you achieve.
About HM Land Registry
HMLR is an organisation like no other. Underpinning a vital market, the work they do has effect and influence across the country. The sole place for registering land in England and Wales, they’ve been safeguarding our land and homes for more than 150 years. HM Land Registry deals with more than 32 million requests for information and updates to the register per year. This uniqueness is part of what makes them so special. The other part is their people.
HMLR is proud to have more than 5,000 talented people working for them in 14 offices across England and Wales. Each colleague plays a vital role in helping HMLR build a modern, digital and customer-focused organisation. Together, they’re aiming to become the world’s leading land registry.
If you’re looking for a challenging role you can really make your own and want to join HMLR on their exciting journey, start your application today.
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How to Apply
Please apply online via the link provided. Please note, we do not accept CVs. Only a fully completed application form, will be accepted.
Should you have any problems please contact us at email@example.com. If you would like an update on the progress of your application, please be patient as this is a high volume campaign. We will email all applicants within 2-3 weeks of the close date.
We reserve the right to close this advert early, please submit your application early to avoid disappointment. Please note that due to tight timescales, you will be required to complete the online assessments (sent to you after you submit your application), within 36 hours of the vacancy closing time. Please note this as it will not be possible to extend the deadline.
The start date for this role will be in April 2020.