Senior Negotiator (Property)

Are you someone with previous experience in residential property sales or lettings who’s looking for a fresh challenge, and would like to contribute to making a real difference to people’s lives? Or do you have excellent customer service and people skills?

As a business, PLG Consultants specialise in the property interests of clients that are disabled as a result of either Clinical Negligence or Personal Injury. We offer a broad range of services, which include property search for both rental and purchase, assessment, and review, through to architectural services for adaptations.

In a nutshell, your role as Senior Negotiator is to work hand in hand with our clients to find them more suitable living accommodation.

What your role will involve

  • Property search: Identifying and viewing potentially suitable properties based on our clients’ individual needs, throughout the UK
  • Report writing: Producing reports to support any ongoing legal cases for clients, in terms of their property needs
  • Providing all the necessary information and co-ordinating activities to support a property’s purchase, for example, arranging surveys
  • Making sure that all internal systems are kept up to date

Due to what we do, and the people we work with, while you’ll be driven and focussed on getting the right outcome for our clients, you’ll be able to show care and compassion along the way.

This role will require some weekend work and regular trips with overnight stays to view properties, outside the area. It is anticipated you may be working away from home up to 2-3 days per week.

You’ll be joining a fantastic team of like-minded people, who enjoy the buzz of a fast-paced environment and will be well rewarded for your effort.

The company offers competitive salary, team incentives, events and a benefits package that’s regularly reviewed. For more information or to apply please send your CV and a cover letter to

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