We’re recruiting!


Small Steps SfP (www.smallsteps.org.uk) is looking to appoint an enthusiastic practitioner (Conductor or Paediatric Physiotherapist) to join its friendly, supportive practitioner team that includes experienced conductors as well as paediatric physiotherapists. The unique Small Steps approach to working with the whole family will provide a new perspective on conductive education principles. The successful recruit will be required to plan, lead and deliver sessions in our Parent and Child groups, for babies and pre-school children. They will be an energetic, flexible practitioner with an holistic outlook and an open mind.

Good communication and interpersonal skills are essential, as is good oral and written English. The contract offered is full-time (37.5 hours per week) for 42 weeks of the year (term-time plus 3 additional weeks) and a very competitive salary, dependent on experience, plus a contributory pension scheme. Part time hours may be considered.

Small Steps SfP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The post is subject to appropriate Safeguarding and DBS Screening. Small Steps provides in-house training opportunities and encourages Continuing Professional Development.

The position is available from 7th January 2019 (or earlier if possible). A closing date is set for Thursday 22nd November, though enquiries will be considered after that date if the post remains vacant.

This is an exciting time to be joining the Small Steps Community. The charity has just secured its own stand-alone building, with easy access to central London, thus securing its future as a centre of excellence for conductive education.

For further details including a Job Description, Person Specification and application form, or to arrange an informal visit (which is encouraged) please contact the Business Manager on 020 8704 5935 or by email to nicola@smallsteps.org.uk

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