Conductor required – London

21/07/17

We are looking for a Conductor to work within our Early Intervention Sessional Services. The children attend the sessions, with their parents, across the week from Tuesday to Saturday during term time only.

We are looking for a Conductor who has:

  • Some experience of working with young children who have cerebral palsy and additional special needs
  • Some experience of working with parents and families
  • The ability to inspire and develop young children to achieve their full potential
  • Good oral and written English skills
  • The ability to contribute in the recording of the children’s progress and the development of the individual and group programmes

In return we can offer:

  • A supportive and committed staff team
  • A well resourced and pleasant working environment
  • High adult to pupil ratios
  • Training opportunities to further your professional development
  • Generous holiday allowance
  • Free parking
  • Employee Assistance Programme

If you would like to join our supportive and friendly staff team please email kath@cplondon.org.uk or telephone us on 02084447242, we would love to hear from you.
CPotential , Woodstar School, 143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP

Conductor required – London

21/07/17

Small Steps are seeking to appoint a Practitioner Team Member (conductor/ conductor-teacher or paediatric physiotherapist) from September 2017.

To join a small, well established, multi-disciplinary Team that includes paediatric physiotherapists and conductor teachers. To work 22.5 hours per week (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday inclusive) Term Time only plus 3 weeks with pre-school disabled children and their parents, using the principles of Conductive Education. This is a permanent position – subject to DBS checks and successful completion of a 3 month and 6 month probation period. The successful candidate will be an experienced practitioner including some paediatric / SEND experience and will be an energetic, enthusiastic, holistic individual with good communication and interpersonal skills.

Small Steps will provide in-house training opportunities and encourages Continuing Professional Development. Salary: £25,000 to £30,000 pa dependent on experience (Pro-rata for 42 weeks per year and part-time hours – actual salary £13,730 to £16,477)

For further details including a job-description, person specification and application form and / or to arrange an informal visit, contact Anita or Nicola on 020 8704 5935 or by email to info@smallsteps.org.uk
Closing date for applications: TBC
Interviews: TBC

Small Steps is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Appropriate Safeguarding and DBS Screening applies to this post.
We are an equal opportunities employer.

Conductor / Team Member required – London

14/07/17

We are looking for an enthusiastic Conductor to join our staff team working within our School Group from September 2017. The staff working within the groups operate very closely as a team, coming from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers or Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants. We also have a full-time Speech & Language Therapist and a part-time OT and a Music Therapist who work collaboratively with the teams throughout the school day. The children, who you will be working with, all have cerebral palsy and are aged from 5 to 11 years. They attend the school on either a full-time basis or on a shared placement with a mainstream school.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on 02084447242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Conductors required – Birmingham

22/06/17

NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders in Birmingham is looking for two Conductors to cover maternity leave within its children’s services. We will have one post available in our School group and one within our Preschool service.

Posts will be available from December 2017 and will be for one year.

If you are interested and would like more information please contact Marie McCann at mmccann@conductive-education.org.uk

NICE is committed to safeguarding all children and vulnerable adults with whom we work, therefore all staff are required to undergo statutory safeguarding checks.

Conductor available

21/06/17

Dear Parents, I am Anett Palfi a qualified conductor from Hungary. I am now looking for short-term jobs. My plan is to decide with parents how we can make their child’s life as active and independent through everyday life as he/she can be. I would like to visit families to spend a few days together, (3 working days plus 2 days for travelling if required).

Before meeting potential families I will need information about your child including current medical conditions (especially for epilepsy and medication, hip x-ray, shunt), medical aids and previous or ongoing therapies with your experiences.

To work together with parents I would like to discuss the following areas –

  • Try all the medical aids and give advice about how and where they can use them
  • I can also provide a list of additional medical aids that can be useful if required
  • Survey communication skills and give advices how to improve his/her skills
  • Talk about available assistive technologies
  • Discuss daily routine
  • Give advice on eating and drinking, clothing, bathing
  • Toilet-training
  • Teach parents how they can assist in their child’s progress 
  • Learn more about methods of how to teach children to roll over, turn around, creep, crawl, sit up, keep sitting, stand up, keep standing, walk etc.
  • Give advice on which toys can support their child’s progress
  • Discuss with the involved therapists about child’s progress and further goals
  • Discuss with the involved kindergarten-teachers and teachers about how they can make your child’s nursery-school/school environment supportive and how they can help to 
    improve your child’s progress according to his/her skills to bring out the potential
  • Finally create a program together to outline future plans of what we would like to achieve
  • As part of this process I would recommend to take videos of our work to refer to at a later date

My email address is
palfianett12@gmail.com – please feel free to contact me!

If would like me to provide my CV and reference letters or contacts please let me know.

Conductors required – Kuwait

21/06/17

Petö Institute trained conductors wanted! Consider Kuwait!

We are seeking newly qualified conductors or with 1-2 years experience to start in September 2017. You will need to be self-sufficient, approachable, dedicated, hard working, enthusiastic and willing to accept challenges.
 
This is a wonderful opportunity for someone who is looking for a long-term employment and wants to develop confidence, high level of skills and professionalism and is willing to learn from more experienced and contribute their own skills and ideas to the other members of the team.

The post requires fluency in written and spoken English and the ability to work within a school environment with other professionals. Successful candidates will be offered a one-year renewable contract + shared accommodation + an economy class ticket to their country and Kuwaiti government health insurance, tax-free salary, and an end of service gratuity.
 
For further details please contact the Lead Conductor: Csilla B. Ercan csillaercan@yahoo.co.uk

Conductor required – Germany

21/06/17

We are looking for a Petö conductor who will take care about our son. He is almost 7 years old and has CP. We live in Germany and our biggest wish is to find a conductor, who will stay with us for at least one year.

Our son is in a kindergarten and the conductor will accompany him to organise his daily life in the kindergarten. Because of other treatments, there will be also a lot of free time, so many travels in the hometown are possible. It would be great, if the conductor can speak German.

For more information and further details, please contact andreas.woellenstein@icloud.com

Conductor required – West London

16/06/17

We are looking for a Conductor, Au pair or nanny with conductive education experience and child care skills to help us to look after our seven year old daughter with CP. We are based in West London, UK.

We are looking for someone kind, warm, organised and fun-loving with a good sense of humor to support our daughter, but particularly someone who understands the needs of a young child with a disability, i.e. someone who will get to know her and want to help her develop her motor skills and gently support her independence.
 

We would like to hear from anyone who is interested and who can make a commitment during this summer term or for a longer period of time. Please contact via email or Skype, Whatsapp by submitting your CV or covering letter. Thank you.

Email: Radvinadmin@gmail.com

Phone (for Whatsapp): + 44 7763499777 
Skype Username: Rado_st2

Conductor required – Fareham, London

12/06/17

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist at The Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education to deliver our new project “Finding a Voice”. We have been fortunate enough to secure funding to allow the lead in this project to develop and add additional value to the service we already provide.

We are seeking a qualified Speech and Language Therapist who can work with a diverse base, including children with physical and learning disabilities, with a range of conditions. The person who will launch this programme must be able to work within the ethos of the Rainbow Centre and understand the principles of Conductive Education, as this project needs to be delivered in conjunctions with the professionals already working at the Centre.

For an application form and full job description, please contact enquiries@rainbowcentre.org

DBS check required.

Application deadline 30 June 2017.

Visit our website: www.rainbowcentre.org
The Rainbow Centre appears in the Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton Local Offers.


Conductor required – London

05/06/17

Our precious son Leo is now 3.5 years old and lives with Dystonic Cerebral Palsy. Since his birth in September 2013, Leo has battled through more challenges than most healthy people will in a lifetime and still his smile shines brightly.

Mobility, coordination, communication and feeding all present difficulties for Leo, but he’s made wonderfully encouraging progress over the last year.

We feel a lot of this progress is down to his enjoyment of conductive education and the special bond he has formed with the conductors who have worked with him. A very important part of Leo’s future care team will be his full-time nanny, a position we are currently recruiting for. 

Location: London, Highbury N5
Start date: September 2017

We are looking for applicants who are: 

  • Fun loving 
  • Full of energy
  • Available for occasional holidays
  • Holding a valid driving licence

Please contact farinablotzki@mail.com

Conductor required for September 2017 – London

31/05/17

CPotential (formerly the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy) is in the process of extending its service provision in line with the exciting new building developments that are planned at our site in North London. In line with this we are seeking to recruit Conductors to join our friendly and supportive staff team from September 2017. Specifically we are looking for Conductors in the following areas:

Conductor in Charge – Early Intervention Services: (Salary – £30,000 per annum)

We are looking for an experienced Conductor who has:

  • A minimum of 3 years experience working with young children who have special needs and their families
  • The ability to inspire and develop young children to achieve their full potential
  • Good oral and written English skills
  • Experience in documentation such as assessment and progress reports as well as setting individual goals and complex programmes

Conductor – School Groups: (Salary £30,795 to £34,893)

We are looking for an experienced Conductor who has:

  • A minimum of 3 years experience working within children who have special and complex needs within a school setting
  • The ability to inspire and develop the children (aged 5 to 11 years) to achieve their full potential
  • Experience and knowledge of the UK national curriculum and educational systems
  • Good oral and written English Skills
  • Experience in documentation such as assessment and progress reports as well as setting individual goals and complex programmes

Conductors – Early Intervention Services and EYFS Groups: (Salary – £21,609 to £25,000)

We are looking initially for at least 2 Conductors who have:

  • Some experience of working with young children who have cerebral palsy and additional special needs
  • The ability to inspire and develop young children to achieve their full potential
  • Experience and knowledge of the UK national curriculum and educational systems
  • Good oral and written English Skills
  • The ability to contribute in the recording of the children’s progress and the development of the individual and group programmes

In return we can offer:

  • A supportive and committed staff team
  • A well resourced and pleasant working environment
  • High adult to pupil ratios
  • Training opportunities to further your professional development
  • Generous holiday allowance
  • Free parking
  • Employee Assistance Programme

If you would like to join us at this exciting time in our development, please contact Kath Hewson at kath@cplondon.org.uk or Gabriella Czifra gczifra@cplondon.org.uk or alternatively, give us a call on 0208 444 7242.

Closing date for all applicants is 16th June 2017. Interviews will be held between 26th June and 3rd July 2017.

Conductor required – Fareham, Hampshire

19/05/17

CONDUCTOR required from September 2017 – The Rainbow Centre for CE, Fareham

We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated qualified Conductor to join our team of conductors at The Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education.

The successful applicant will be working within the children’s service, with ages 0-18.
A BA Honours or Diploma in Conductive Education; good verbal/written English is essential.

Preferably a minimum of 3 years’ experience, but candidates with less experience could be considered.

We can offer:

  • Supportive and professional staff.
  • Well motivated and enthusiastic participants.
  • Opportunity to join a supportive team of Conductors with differing levels of expertise and experience which will support you in your personal and professional development.
  • A purpose built, state of the art building.
  • Wide range of resources, educational tools and equipment.

Salary is dependent on experience.

This is a 3 year fixed term contract with the possibility of extending.

For application form and job description, please contact Jo Candy on 01329 289500 or joannec@rainbowcentre.org

Applications to be received by 28 April 2017, interviews will take place the week beginning 8 May 2017.

Conductor Required – West Sussex

19/05/17

This is a position working with my daughter, Ella aged 14 years who has a big heart and a zest for life, she also has Athetoid CP.

Ella is aware she needs to look after her health and is keen to undertake exercise, understanding the benefit of Conductive Education. 

The candidate will assist Ella on days out and possibly accompany us on holidays. There may also be an opportunity to lead small groups and one to one sessions at Ellasfield, my family run centre for children and their families. 

I am looking for someone who is kind, fun loving and has a flexible approach and also holds a driving license. 

We are a friendly family who want the very best for Ella and as such offer a good package which includes accommodation and a good rate of pay. Flexible start date. 

Please email Kim Bryant, kimlbryant@icloud.com to arrange a chat with Ella’s Conductor. Travel will be arranged for the successful candidate to meet Ella and the family. 

Saturday conductor required – London

19/05/17

We are exploring the idea of bringing on a new conductor. This could be a recently qualified graduate that would like to experience running their own child-oriented programme on Saturdays. The successful candidate would do plan, implement and deliver a programme of Conductive Education for small groups of children in our Early Intervention and Sessional groups.

You would assist with the assessment of new children who apply to join the Early Intervention Groups, and/or Sessional Services provision, to determine if Conductive Education will be of benefit to the child.

Holiday camps would also be available if you wish to work with other staff. The chosen candidate can be assured of the appropriate support from senior staff.

The children who attend have different types of CP and age range is approx 15 months to 12 years old.

We pay a generous salary to cover the extra costs associated with location.
If you are interested in this role, please contact Sharmila at itsmylife@gmail.com

Saturday conductor required – North London

19/05/17

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy are looking for a Conductor to work alongside our Early Intervention Sessional Service (Parent & Child Groups) Conductor on Saturdays. The sessions will take place at our Centre in North London during term time only. We usually run two groups in the morning and one in the afternoon.

If you are interested in this part time position please contact us on 02084447242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Conductor Required – Runcorn, Cheshire

18/05/17

Stick ‘n’ Step provide free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy. Operating from our centre in Wallasey we currently provide vital support to 75 children and their families. September 2017 will see the charity open a new centre in Cheshire which will enable us to reach out to more families across the North West of England. This is an exciting time to join Stick ‘n’ Step and we are looking for someone who has the desire to develop and grow as part of this ambitious organisation. 

Based in Stick ‘n’ Step’s new Cheshire centre, the post holder will plan, lead and deliver conductive education programmes. As this is a new centre we intend to gradually build the number of sessions over a three-year period, a substantial proportion of the first year will therefore focus on recruitment and assessment of potential children. You will have a unique opportunity to shape our new service which will provide you with excellent opportunities for developing your knowledge and for playing a significant role in developing our service.  

This is a responsible position and applicants will be required to have:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Conductive Education
  • At least 5 years’ experience of working as a conductor
  • Excellent spoken and written English skills
  • Experience in documentation, such as assessment and progress reports, as well as setting individual goals and complex programmes
  • Knowledge of statutory education and health care systems in the UK
  • Computer proficiency

We offer a competitive salary dependent on experience and 48 days annual leave. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. The post will begin on 1st September 2017.

Deadline for applications is noon on 30th June, please note we will interview successful candidates on a rolling basis so the advert for this role may close before the closing date.

For an information pack, please see our website: www.sticknstep.org/jobs

This post is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

Teacher or Teacher-Conductor required – Staffordshire

18/05/17

Horton Lodge Special School are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspiring teacher to join our successful team in September 2017.

Horton Lodge is a Local Authority Special School for children aged 2-11 years with physical disabilities and associated difficulties including learning, sensory, emotional and medical. There is a long history of Conductive Education at the school and the leadership team are committed to moving it forwards to ensure every opportunity to develop greater independence is maximised. The school has an outstanding residential provision where children have the opportunity to transfer skills learnt in the day into the evening routine.

We are offering the opportunity to work in a welcoming school in a beautiful setting with pupils who are happy and enthusiastic about learning. We have a skilled and highly dedicated staff team and a very supportive Governing Body. Training, support and coaching will be offered to the successful candidate to ensure they are successful in their duties.

The successful candidate will have the following:

  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Excellent teaching and classroom practice
  • The ability to inspire and develop pupils to achieve
  • Knowledge of curriculum developments and educational initiatives within a specialist SEN setting
  • The ability to lead a team of support staff and to inspire, challenge and motivate others across the school
  • A commitment to work closely with parents / carers and other professionals
  • Enthusiasm about all aspects of school life

Applications are welcomed from newly qualified teachers, more experienced teachers or teacher-conductors.

Visits to school are warmly encouraged. Please contact the school office to arrange an appointment.

Salary Range: Teachers Main Pay Scale + 1 SEN point
Closing date for applications: Friday 21st April 2017
Observations in the applicants setting: Week commencing 1st May 2017
Interviews: Tuesday 9th May 2017

Please click here for the full job description

For additional information please contact Gary van Oss (Business and Facilities Manager)
Horton Lodge School, Rudyard, Nr Leek, Staffordshire ST13 8RB
Tel: 01538 306214 or vanoss.g@hortonlodge.staffs.sch.uk

Conductor required – Perth, Western Australia

18/05/17

We’re seeing a teacher / conductor to develop and start the first CE high school porgramme in Western Australia.

Would you like to enjoy the Australian sunshine & lifestyle whilst doing a job you love? Well this might be the opportunity for you! If you are passionate about Conductive Education like we are, you have enthusiasm, an enquiring mind and a ‘can do’ attitude; you could be who we are looking for!

Applicants should have a depth of knowledge and experience working with high school aged students across a range of physical and developmental needs. You will need to be skilled in identifying and implementing strategies to support learning stages, with the ability to communicate practice to families and professionals.

Our intended existing High School is located in Perth, Western Australia and is an Independent Public School catering to SEN (special education needs) students from 12-17 years of age. It will be the State’s only CE High School programme and is expected to start 1st term January 2018. We expect that the applicant will commence in the position 5-6 months prior to the start of the term to work with the existing High School in setting the CE program up. Successful candidates will possess a qualification in CE as well as a teaching degree and must demonstrate experience in the application of CE principles and the way in which they complement the underlying principles of teaching and learning in a child centred practice for students with disabilities.

Applicants should have a high level of experience in planning, monitoring and assessing SEN students. They should also have a minimum of 3 year’s experience working as part of a CE team. There will be an expectation that successful candidate will lead and manage a team of Education Assistants within their own classroom. As well as offering the Australian sunshine & lifestyle, we will happily contribute to any relocation and short term accommodation needs when you commence in this exciting role.

For further information or to forward your CV, please email jobs@conductiveedwa.com.au

Full-time Conductor Teacher required – Central London

13/03/17

Greenmead School is an Outstanding special school for primary aged pupils with complex physical and learning disabilities including profound and multiple learning difficulties and complex medical needs.

A Conductor Teacher is required for a September 2017 start. MPS/UPS (Inner London) and SEN Allowance. A TLR may be available for the right candidate.

This is an opportunity to join our supportive team of highly regarded teachers at an exciting time in the life of Greenmead. We are in the process of building a fully equipped, multi-purpose school that is co-located with an Outstanding primary school in Beaumont Road, Southfields SW19. We will be opening the new building in September 2017.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Is a qualified conductor-teacher with QTS
  • Has experience in special educational needs
  • Has the ability to inspire and develop pupils to achieve their full potential
  • Has excellent classroom management skills and is able to effectively lead a team of support assistants

We can offer:

  • A supportive and committed staff team
  • Happy and enthusiastic children
  • A well-resourced and pleasant working environment
  • A location with excellent transport links
  • High adult to pupil ratios
  • Training opportunities to further your professional development including, middle leadership training for the right candidate
  • A team of therapists who are on site and who actively work in partnership with the school and class teams

Greenmead School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.

Candidates should arrange to visit the school. To arrange a visit please contact the school office on 020 8789 1466

You can get an application form and job description by emailing admin@greenmead.wandsworth.sch.uk and asking for a job pack.

Closing date: Friday 24th March 2017 at 12 noon

Interviews: Wednesday 29th or Thursday 30th March 2017

Conductor required – Ontario, Canada

10/03/17

I am the father of a nine year-old boy (almost 10) who has cerebral palsy and a moderate to severe hearing loss. We are located in Ontario, Canada and are seeking a qualified Conductor to work permanently with Chase, my son.

Here is a little history of Chase:

Chase has received conductive education and therapy since 2010. When Chase was three years old he attended an ability camp which was for five weeks, away from home and was very intense. Chase made great progress during these five weeks, however, it became clear that Chase deserved to have more conductive education and therapy in the comfort of his own home, and to be close to his family.

Since then, Chase’s conductive education and therapy has taken place in his fully equipped gym. The gym space is 1200 square feet and is solely for Chase’s conductive education. Chase had CE five hours a day, five days a week until he entered into school program and his hours changed to three hours a day for five days a week.

Most of Chase’s equipment was designed and built by myself. I encourage suggestions and collaboration of new equipment that can further advance my son’s life. I play an integral role in Chase’s development and look forward to collaborating with his various treatment providers to further Chase’s advancement.  In the video link below, you will be able to see some of the equipment Chase has.

The conductor position would be a permanent position and I can offer accommodations for a period of time until you have got yourself situated which can be discussed in further detail.

I have included a link that will take you to a video of Chase’s life with conductive education. You can see the impact it has made on his life and how hard Chase works each day along with the progress he has made over the years. Hopefully this can provide you with an idea of Chase’s abilities and disabilities.  https://www.facebook.com/chase.thedream.1?fref=ts

Email: info@advancedtaxidermy.com

If you prefer instead of communicating through Facebook, we can set up a date and time to speak to each other via Skype.

I am looking forward to hearing from all interested candidates.

Conductor required – London

15/02/17

Conductor in Charge – Early Intervention and Sessional Services Needed

We are looking for an experienced conductor to work a on a full time basis (38 hours, Tuesday to Saturday) from 18th April 2017. The main responsibilities of the post are to be responsible for:

  • The planning, implementation and delivery of a programme of Conductive Education or groups of children in our Early Intervention and Sessional groups
  • The assessment of new children who apply to join the Early Intervention Groups and/or Sessional Services provision to determine if Conductive Education will be of benefit to the child;
  • The development of the junior conductor in your team.

This is a responsible position and applicants will need to have at least 5 years’ experience of working as a conductor. Good spoken and written English skills are essential.

For more information about our work and exciting development plans please see our website: www.cplondon.org.uk

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our multi-disciplinary team, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact Kath Hewson, Deputy CEO, at kath@cplondon.org.uk or Gabbie Czifra, Head of Conductive Education Services, at gczifra@cplondon.org.uk from Monday 20th February for more information.

Conductor/PA required – West Sussex

24/01/17

We are looking for a conductor for summer 2017. This is a position working within a family home with my daughter aged 13 years, who has Athetoid Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy. She is an amazing young lady who is full of zest for life, extremely active and determined. Ella understands why she needs to exercise and the benefits of Conductive Education and as such, needs to be motivated and challenged so this is a very rewarding position for the right person.

The successful candidate will be a friendly, kind and fun loving individual who has a deep passion for Conductive Education and is able to demonstrate initiative in devising programmes and ideas to motivate a 13 year old. The Conductor will also accompany Ella on days out, possible holidays and whatever Ella wants to do with her time during school holidays, so a flexible driver with an adaptable approach is a must. I also need someone who has a good level of the English language.

We are an open and friendly family who want the very best for Ella, and as such, will offer a good package which includes rent-free accommodation for the duration of the stay along with a good rate of pay, dependent on experience and ability.

There may also be an opportunity to lead small groups at Ellasfield, a centre for children with motor disorders which I have opened here at my home, plus opportunities for more regular dates working with Ella after summer 2017 depending on the candidate.

Please email Kim Bryant, kimlbryant@icloud.com for a chat and to arrange an interview with Ella’s Conductor, after this process I will arrange for the successful candidate to fly to the UK to meet Ella and the family so both parties are happy to take things further.

Conductor required – West Sussex

18/01/17

I am looking for a conductor to help my daughter with her independence. She is 22 years old, very bright and keen on sport. She is a member of scalability and loves music, especially Justin Bieber! She is able to bear weight, however, she finds it hard to balance and uses a wheelchair to get around rather than a walking frame. She has a part time job for two afternoons a week.

I am looking for a conductor for one month while my daughters regular carer is in New Zealand. Ideally a fun, determined person who can drive and enjoys swimming and sport. If the applicant can stay for a month they will be able to stay in a self contained cottage at our house in West Sussex, which is an hour from London. This position may suit an overseas conductor who would like to visit England for a month, which could help with their English language abilities and allow them to explore England further.

For more information please contact Joanne Sturgis +44(0)7710 902802.

Junior Conductor required – London

10/01/17

We are looking for an enthusiastic Conductor to join our staff team working within our School Group from 20th February 2017. The staff working within the groups operate very closely as a team, coming from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers or Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants. We also have a full-time Speech & Language Therapist and a part-time OT and Music Therapist who work collaboratively with the teams throughout the school day. The children who you will be working with all have cerebral palsy and are aged from 5 to 11 years. They attend the school on either a full time basis or on a shared placement with a mainstream school.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you.  Please contact us on 020 8444 7242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Experienced Conductor required – London

10/01/17

We are looking for an experienced Conductor to join our staff team working within our School Group. The staff working within the groups operate very closely as a team, coming from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers or Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants. We also have a Speech & Language Therapist and an OT who work collaboratively with the teams throughout the school day. The children, who you will be working with, all have cerebral palsy and are aged from 5 to 11 years. They attend the school on either a full time basis or on a shared placement with a mainstream school.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position and experience and knowledge of the UK National Curriculum would be desirable.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you.  Please contact us on 020 8444 7242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Conductor required – Middlesex

30/11/16

We have 2 conductor positions available at CMSS, a skills development centre for adults with cerebral palsy and associated disabilities.

Our purpose is to provide independence. CMSS adopts a holistic approach which aims to meet the welfare, educational, employment, social and leisure needs for adults with cerebral palsy, learning, physical and sensory disabilities.

The salary for both positions commences at £24,000p.a., with working hours of 27.5 hours per week (Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm – with a 30 min lunch break).

We offer a year round service and only close during the Christmas period, and cannot therefore accommodate term time only working.

Visit our website at www.skillsdevelopmentcentre.org.uk for further information about CMSS.

Please email your CV to naheed.judge@cmss.org.uk

For an informal chat or further details on the post, please call Naheed Judge on 07824 347 046, Monday to Friday between 10am and 3pm.

Conductor required – Hamilton, New Zealand

30/11/16

Conductive Education Early Intervention Centre in Hamilton, New Zealand requires a Conductive Education Practitioner to fill a vacancy for the year 2017.

If you are passionate about Conductive Education, you have enthusiasm, an enquiring mind and a ‘can do’ attitude; you could be the next member of our team! Applicants should have a depth of knowledge and experience working with infants and preschool-aged children across a range of physical and developmental needs. They will need to be skilled in identifying and implementing strategies to support learning stages, with the ability to communicate practice to families and professionals.

This vacancy offers an exciting opportunity to work alongside other professionals in an established Centre.

This is a salaried position with a set financial reimbursement towards costs. Applicants are required to have good verbal and written knowledge of English, however this fixed term position offers the Conductor an opportunity to extend language skills.

Hamilton City is located in the heart of the Waikato Region. The culture of our country offers opportunities to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle, a range of sport and leisure activities.

Please view our website for further information: www.conductiveeducationwaikato.nz

For an application pack, email Sharon Harris: cewaikato@xtra.co.nz

Conductor required – Chemnitz, Germany

30/11/16

We have an opportunity for a conductor in Germany.

Maximilian is 6 years old and he has ICP. We are looking for a Conductor, who will travel to Germany two to three times a year for at least two weeks at a time. The Conductor can stay with Samia and Maximilian, located in Chemnitz. A town in Saxony, Chemnitz has 250,000 inhabitants, and is close to Dresden or Leipzig airports. Salary is negotiable.

For more information contact Andreas Wöllenstein on andreas.woellenstein@icloud.com

Conductor required – Taranaki, New Zealand

22/11/16

Recently voted #2 “Best place in the World to visit” and New Plymouth — The Coolest Small City in New Zealand http://www.unomagazine.co.nz/travel/new-plymouth-coolest-small-city-new-zealand/ could be your new home!

We are seeking an experienced Conductor to assist establishing New Zealand’s newest Conductive Education Provider in New Plymouth. Initially the service will focus on Pre-School & School aged children delivered in group and individual sessions from an independent classroom setting. You will be required to develop, lead & implement the Intervention program for the learner and work alongside support staff and volunteers.

Our children possess a diverse range of disability, the successful applicant must possess knowledge and skillset relevant to assisting those with Intellectual and Physical challenges.

Applicants must have excellent English language skills, be keen to join in & enjoy New Zealand culture. We expect the successful applicant to be willing to become a registered New Zealand teacher.

We are an enthusiastic Community organisation and offer minimum 2 year contract, along with a competitive Salary package, contribution to travel costs along with assistance with Visa processing.

If you think you are the right Fun, Compassionate, Progressive Professional we are seeking & ready for a 2017 start, please direct your enquiries to our Coordinator, Craig Nielsen cetaranaki@outlook.com.

A little bit more about our fantastic region http://business.taranaki.info/list.php/page/taranaki-lifestyle ourselves www.facebook.com/cetaranaki the National Foundation http://conductive-education.org.nz/

Conductor required – West Sussex

22/11/16

Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity is seeking a conductor for its new Children’s Centre in West Sussex.  This position will be available from 1st December 2016. We are looking for a Conductor with 3+ years’ experience in working with very young children (under the age of 5 years of age) with Cerebral Palsy and other motor learning disorders.

You will have a unique opportunity to shape our new early intervention Conductive Education service which will provide you with excellent opportunities for developing your knowledge and for playing a significant role in developing our service. You will be called upon to deliver an Conductive Educational programme to very young children with cerebral palsy or similar motor disorders. You will need to create a learning environment that is appropriate, stimulating and addresses all areas of the child’s learning whilst focusing on developing each child’s functional skills.  This will include not only traditional practice but involve real world settings that are accessible to our families including indoor, outdoor and community based activities and the use of technology.   Safeguarding and the welfare of children are paramount to this role. You will also be called upon to work with and give specialised support and advice to carers and families and provide ongoing pastoral support. You will be a vital part of the overall Charity team, helping to evangelise for the service within the community as well as helping to ensure that our services and families take the lead in all of our marketing and communications.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity with the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity, we would love to hear from you.

Please call: 01403 780 444 or email: pilar.cloud@dvlcc.org.uk  or further details.

Conductor required – Herefordshire

02/11/16

An opportunity has arisen for a conductor to help us develop our services in-house and possibilities to deliver out-reach services in Herefordshire, in the United Kingdom.

You will have a minimum two years of experience and excellent inter-personal and communication skills. The annual salary will be negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. You will also benefit from a 3% work place contribution towards your pension when you join our scheme, initial travel/accommodation expenses paid (deducted from salary) and discretionary annual bonuses are paid for exceptional performance.

To apply or for more information about MBH, please contact zoe@meganbakerhouse.org.uk

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th February 2017

Conductors required – Kuwait

08/09/16

Due to the expansion of our school, we are now looking for a number of conductors to start from October 2016 at CESK in Kuwait with an excellent package. Newly qualified conductors or up to 5 years experience is more preferable.

This is a wonderful and challenging opportunity for those who want to develop their skills, gain experience and professional approach towards their work, and contribute their own skills, ideas and knowledge to other members of the team.

For the content of the package and other details, please contact Csilla  B.Ercan at csillaercan@yahoo.co.uk

Conductor required – Sheffield

05/09/16

A Conductor is required for our Condition Specific Programme.

Please download our job advert and full job description.

If you are interested in this role, please email KellyEmerson@PacesSheffield.org.uk for more information and an application form. CV’s will not be accepted.

The closing date is Friday 23rd September at 5pm.

Conductor Assistant required – Sheffield

25/08/16

A Conductor Assistant is required to assist with our adult services provision, Leaping the Void.

Please download our job advert and full job description.

If you are interested in this role, please email KellyEmerson@PacesSheffield.org.uk for more information and an application form. CV’s will not be accepted.

The closing date is Friday 16th September at 5pm.

Conductor Required – London

27/07/16

A parent & child group conductor needed for September start.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy are looking for a Conductor to work within our Early Intervention Groups for young children with cerebral palsy or similar motor impairments as from the beginning of September 2016.

The groups operate across the week from Tuesdays to Saturdays and the sessions with children and parents usually last for about 1.5 hours.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact us on 0208 444 7242; email kath@cplondon.org.uk or jhonigmann@cplondon.org.uk or cpellegrini@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Conductor Required – Central London

25/07/16

A conductor is required in central London from September to work with Vigo. 3.5 year old with quad dystonia of Cerebral Palsy. Vigo is impacted physically, but is now talking in 2 to 3 word sentences. Vigo is the happiest, smiliest little boy – all the time! Live in or live out, 4 to 5 days per week. Lots of exposure to all therapists – Physio, OT, CME and Conductive Education sessions. DBS operation in January.

For more information or to apply please contact emmavpugh@btinternet.com or +44(0)7903 674074

Conductor Required – Nottingham

15/07/16

School for parents in Nottingham is looking to appoint a Conductor. The Conductor will support and assist the Lead Conductor within all areas relating to the planning, delivery, management and evaluation of educational programmes that are provided at School for Parents. To see the full job description download our pdf here.

Please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to claire.richmond@schoolforparents.org

Closing date for applications is 8 August 2016

Conductor Required – Invercargill, New Zealand

12/07/16

I am needing (and seeking) an experienced Conductor to commence 01 September 2016, at our Conductive Education Southern Centre situated in the city of Invercargill, in the country of New Zealand. Position is full time.

Our Conductive Education Southern Centre is unlike many other CE Centres – we take mixed ages all day, every day, Monday to Friday. We take from 3 month old babies, right through all the children’s ages and we also take adults – most of our adults are in post-stroke recovery. Our Centre caters for a multitude of different neurological and other conditions.

We have two Conductors and a lovely, fairly new complex to work in.

We will pay a competitive salary plus negotiate relocation costs, etc.

Whilst we are down the bottom of the South Island of New Zealand, we are a two-hour drive away from the tourist and adventure capital of New Zealand – Queenstown – which host excellent and extensive summer and winter sports, tourism activities, adventure such as Bungy (worldwide Bungy start at Queenstown), jet-boating, para-ponting, para-gliding, you name, it is done in Queenstown.

We operate a hard-working Conductor Education Centre with around 30 participants, over a broad spectrum of ages and conditions Our Centre is like no other, if you want experience, excitement, a challenge and have the goods (experience, qualifications, knowledge, commitment, initiative) then we want you. Come down-under for your next posting. Apply now. Looking forward to meeting you.

Genuinely interested Conductors – male or female – should contact our Manager, Kevin Wall at coned.southern@xtra.co.nz

Carer Required – Thalwil, Switzerland

08/06/16

The carer is expected to meet all aspects of our client’s care and support as advised by her parents and team of therapists and record information of the care work. The role includes a large element of stimulating our client and keeping her entertained, as well as supporting play and interaction with her younger brother. She is very bright and wants to be involved in normal life.

Are you?

  • A caring and enthusiastic individual, who enjoys engaging and motivating children
  • Fun loving and motivated
  • Patient
  • Fit and energetic
  • Interested in arts and crafts
  • Experienced in working with children with special needs desirable
  • *Physically fit and well for moving and handling purposes
  • Confident about working in a family home and sensitive to the needs and wishes of the client and her family
  • Flexible with your approach to working hours (able to accommodate the client’s wishes for start and finish times)
  • Water confident
  • Able to demonstrate the need for confidentiality and privacy
  • Reliable and trustworthy with a good sense of humour
  • Full driving license valid in Switzerland
  • This post operates in a non-smoking environment

Remuneration:
A very competitive package including pension and social security contributions. 22 days holiday per annum.

Hours:
We are looking to recruit for a range of shifts (morning, afternoon, weekends) and hours will be discussed on application.

This position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

Satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in Switzerland will also be required.

*The employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

If you are interested in this position, please email your CV to Susanne Kulkies, susanne.kulkies@indliv.co.uk

Part Time Conductor Position

08/06/16

Stick ‘n’ Step is a well-established conductive education provider based on the Wirral, working with children and their families from across North West of England and North Wales. We are at an exciting time in the organisation’s development, with a clear commitment to becoming ever more professional, effective and efficient, and plan to open our second centre in the next six months.

We are looking for a conductor, in a part-time role initially, which could gradually develop into a full-time position as our services in the second centre grow.

The successful candidate must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Conductive Education
  • Good oral and written English skills
  • Experience in documentation such as assessment and progress reports, as well as setting individual goals and complex programmes
  • Computer proficiency
  • Valid driving licence

A minimum of 3 years’ experience, including at least one year working in the UK, is desirable.

We offer a competitive salary, 48 days annual leave per annum and the opportunity to be part of a growing and successful CE organisation.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday 30th June 2016.

For an application pack please email info@sticknstep.org

Part Time Conductor Position for Adults

06/06/16

Seeking a highly motivated conductor with an interest in working with ADULTS starting September 2016.

Job description:

This position is a special opportunity to learn and gain experience in Adult field working in CMSS Skills Development Centre; based in North West London.

Conductive Education sessions have run successfully in this setting for over 19 years, providing service for adults with Cerebral Palsy and other motor disabilities.

The role involves working alongside an established conductor and CE assistant for two days a week.

The successful candidate is paid per hour on a self-employed basis.

The days we are looking for are Monday to Tuesday on a weekly basis. This is depending on a new academic timetable which is yet to be finalised.

Contracted hours 9.45am – 3.15pm. There is scope to increase the hours and days gradually as there are plans to extend the service.

Driving is important and strongly encouraged.

Job specifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Conductive Education
  • High interest working in group and private settings with ADULTS with movement disorders
  • Experience in documentation such as assessments, goal plans and progress reports
  • Good oral and written English skills
  • Computer proficiency

If you are interested, please get in touch and send your CV to noemi.nagybhavsar@gmail.com

Conductor Required – London

01/06/16

We are looking for someone with conductor and child care skills to live in and help us to look after our two daughters. The post is for September/October 2016 and our daughters will be 6 and 4. Our 4 year old has a right hemiplegia and has a splint for walking. Both girls will be at school so we need around 25 hours in term time and more over the holidays.

We are both full time doctors and we are looking for someone kind, warm, fun-loving and affectionate to support both our daughters but particularly someone who understands the needs of a young child with a disability i.e someone who will get to know her and want to help her develop her motor skills and gently support her independence. We are a busy happy household and inevitably, there will be practical aspects to the role both in the care of the girls and being part of the household team. By this we mean help with shopping, cooking for the girls, children’s laundry and keeping the home tidy.

We live in London and it would be an au pair plus type set up – we would provide a room for you and we would want you to feel at home in our house. We would like to hear from anyone who is interested and who can make a commitment of at least a year. Please let us know what you are looking for in the post.

Thank you.

For more information, please email nargissahmad@gmail.com

Conductor Required – Sheffield 

01/06/16

We currently have a vacancy for a Senior Conductor-Teacher at Paces School for Conductive Education.

Paces School for Conductive Education is seeking to appoint committed and inspirational individuals to take on the role of Senior Conductor-Teacher.

Paces uses Conductive Education and provides a holistic educational approach which covers all of the main developmental domains and is embedded into the Conductive Education framework to improve the lives of children and enable them to use the skills learned to live as independent a life as possible.

Paces currently has four classes; however, the school is growing at a rapid rate and so the appointed person will need to be able to adapt to a changing environment and handle pressure well.

We are seeking four Senior Conductor Teachers with QTS to work in our primary classes and in our secondary age group as well.

Please find the full job description and more information here.

If you are interested in this role, please email Info@PacesSheffield.org.uk for more information. The closing date is Friday 1st July at 5pm.

Conductor Required – Fareham, Hampshire 

24/05/16

CONDUCTOR required from September 2016 – The Rainbow Centre for CE, Fareham

We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated qualified Conductor to join our team of conductors at The Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education.

The successful applicant will be working primarily within the Adult Services and also supporting the Children’s Service. A BA Honours or Diploma from the Petõ Institute and good verbal/written English is essential.

Preferably a minimum of 3 years’ experience, including working in the UK within the EYFS framework is essential, but candidates with less experience could be considered.

We can offer:

  • Supportive and professional staff.
  • Well motivated and enthusiastic adult participants and children.
  • Opportunity to join a supportive team of conductors with differing levels of expertise and experience which will support you in your personal and professional development.
  • A purpose built, state of the art building.
  • Wide range of resources, educational tools and equipment.
  • Potential to take part and actively form the potential growth of Adult Services at the Rainbow Centre and the range

Salary is dependent on experience and is negotiable.

For application form and job description, please contact Jo Candy on 01329 289500 or joannec@rainbowcentre.org

Applications to be received by 17 June 2016, interviews will take place late June/early July.

Conductor Required – South Yorkshire

18/05/16

Paces Sheffield is presently a specialist centre and charity for children and young adults with cerebral palsy. Paces delivers Conductive Education: a holistic package of support that aims to help individuals obtain the greatest level of independence through a range of supportive measures.

Paces is currently seeking a Conductor and teacher for Primary and Secondary aged children to Deliver Conductive Education programmes.

The purpose of the role will be to work with families and professionals to ensure that children, adults and their families have a programme that will improve their general learning abilities, daily living skills and quality of life.

Please find the full job description and more information here.

Please email KellyEmerson@PacesSheffield.org.uk for more information and an application form.

Deadline for applications is Friday 1st July 2016.

Conductor Required ASAP – South Africa

01/04/16

We are urgently looking for a Conductor in South Africa for a newly established disability care program in the township area of Elandsdoorn, 200 km north-east of Pretoria, South Africa.

This disability program will be delivered by Ndlovu Care Group (NCG), a NGO, which up to now has focused on HIV/AIDS care in a region of 160.000 inhabitants. NCG has more than 200 employees.

The disability care program will provide Conductive Education (CE) to young children with physical disabilites in a number of daycare centres in the region. A job description is available and will be sent to interested conductors.

Salary is according to NGO regulations for workers in developing countries.

We are looking for an experienced, dedicated, highly motivated, flexible conductor who will deliver CE to young children with a disability, who is interested in working in resource poor areas, and has the skills to train parents and careworkers in the application of the principles of CE in daily life and in other daycare centres.

Applicants must have excellent verbal and written English skills.

This is a long-term, full-time position; the successful candidate will be offered a 1(2)-year contract with the possibility of extension.

For further information contact: prof. Adri Vermeer (+31-6-22473326, a.vermeer@uu.nl) and Hugo Tempelman, MD, CEO Ndlovu Care Group (+27-82-6522265, tempelman@ndlovu.com).

Deputy Head Teacher Required, Paces School

25/04/16

Paces School for Conductive Education is seeking to appoint a committed and inspirational individual to take on the challenging new role of Deputy Head Teacher.

Paces is a small school in Sheffield, which uses Conductive Education and highly specialised techniques to improve the lives of children and enable them to use the skills learned to live as independent a life as possible.

Paces currently has five classes; however, the school is growing at a rapid rate and so the appointed person will need to be able to adapt to a changing environment and handle pressure well.

We are seeking someone with a DFES recognised qualification and a sound academic background; someone who has a deep understanding of and demonstrable commitment to Conductive Education and can show evidence of recent and relevant professional development.

To see the full job description download our pdf here.

Please email your CV along with a covering letter stating why you would be the best person for this position and the skills you can bring to the post to Info@PacesSheffield.org.uk

The closing date Monday 30th May by 5pm.

Conductor Lecturer Wanted: Birmingham UK, from September 2016

25/04/16

The Conductive College, at NICE, is seeking a new conductor lecturer to join our training team from September 2016. This post could be full or part time depending on the applicant. We are looking for a conductor with 10+ years’ experience in practice who would like to share this with the next generation of conductors. There are excellent long term opportunities for developing knowledge and playing a significant role in the development of CE going forward. The role includes teaching to assistants, under-graduate students and can also involve consultancy and wider training opportunities. It is a an exciting, one-off opportunity as these jobs do not come up very often and would offer the right person a chance to move into this much needed role in CE in the UK. The candidate would have to either have a Master’s degree; be working towards a Master’s or prepared to study for a Master’s in the future.

If you feel that you can use your experience to support others in the field this is the job for you. Help will be given from the team including preparation of lectures, marking and assessment methods. So, a unique opportunity to use your practical knowledge to share and develop CE in the future. Experience of teaching not necessary but the candidate will likely have experience of giving presentations to small groups.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team, we would love to hear from you. For more information please contact Melanie Brown at melanie@conductive–education.org.uk

Expressions of interest by the 16th May 2016.

Conductor needed for September start

19/04/16

We are looking for an experienced Conductor to work within our Early Intervention Groups for young children with cerebral palsy or similar motor impairments as from the beginning of September 2016. The groups operate across the week from Tuesdays to Saturdays and the sessions with children and parents usually last for about 1.5 hours. We also have a pre-school group for children aged 3 to 5 years who attend with their parents for two mornings a week.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy, 143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP, Tel: 0208 444 7242, www.cplondon.org.uk

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on 0208 444 7242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Experienced Conductor or Coductor/Teacher needed for September

19/04/16

We are looking for an experienced Conductor or Conductor/Teacher (with QTS) to be the Team Leader of our Key Stage Groups as from September or earlier to allow for handover if possible. The staff working within the groups operate very closely as a team, coming from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers or Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants. We also have a Speech & Language Therapist and an OT who work collaboratively with the teams throughout the school day. The children, who you will be teaching, all have cerebral palsy and are aged from 5 to 11 years. They attend the school on either on a full time basis or on a shared placement with a mainstream school.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position and experience and knowledge of the UK National Curriculum would be desirable.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy, 143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP, www.cplondon.org.uk

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on 0208 444 7242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

Conductor Available – Essex

12/04/16

Conductor available for private CE sessions for children, on a short or long-term basis. Currently based in Brentwood, Essex, but can travel within reason. Also a qualified teacher of “Yoga for the Special Child.”

For further information please call Stephanie on 07843 345815, or email stephanie_driver@yahoo.com.

Conductor Required – Ingfield Manor School, West Sussex, UK

22/03/16

Ingfield Manor is: a day and weekly boarding school for 60 pupils aged 3 to 19 with neurological motor impairments e.g. Cerebral Palsy; a good school with outstanding features (Ofsted November 2013) with ambition to become outstanding; an outstanding school for care (Ofsted every year to date); a school at the forefront of Conductive Education in this country; with staff who work in trans-disciplinary teams, meeting all the pupils’ needs throughout their waking day; an exciting and rewarding place to work.

Conductor job description

You will work in the secondary department of around 28 students and take responsibility for ensuring that the overall aims and ethos of the school are implemented. You will be a qualified Conductor with evidence of good or outstanding practice. This is a maternity cover post, starting around July or September. Newly qualified or qualifying applicants will be welcome.

Salary starting point depending on experience within the range £21,771 – £32,881. School holidays apply and are paid in full. Full or part-time appointments will be considered. Single accommodation available.

We expect all candidates to share our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and all posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

For further details and application form please contact Jane Barnett, Administrative Assistant, Ingfield Manor School, Ingfield Manor Drive, Five Oaks, Billingshurst, West Sussex RH14 9AX. Tel: 01403 782294, ingfield.recruitment@scope.org.uk. Closing date for applications is 9.30am Monday 25 April.

Conductor Required – School for Parents, Nottingham, UK

22/03/16

School for Parents is based in Nottingham and provides a range of services to disabled children and their families. This includes a Conductive Education pre-school service which supports children aged between 6 months to 5 years of age with a range of conditions and a gym club for children with Cerebral Palsy aged between 5 – 11 years of age. All our sessions are delivered with parents present thus ensuring a collaborative working approach where learning is embedded across the family.

This is a permanent position and we require an experienced Conductor to work 35 hours per week across our projects.  The successful candidate must have experience working in early year’s services, knowledge of the Early Stages Foundation Stage and have excellent English and report writing skills.

The successful applicant will be energetic, enthusiastic and creative with experience of working with babies, young children and families.

We offer a competitive salary (pay point to be agreed depending on experience), 13 weeks annual leave and regular access to training and development opportunities.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Please email your CV along with a covering letter to erika.juhasz@schoolforparents.org.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting position or to receive a Job Description then please contact Erika Juhasz on 0115 9586641 or via the email above.

For more information about School for Parents please visit: www.schoolforparents.org.

Conductors required internationally

29/02/16

I am personally looking for fully qualified junior and senior conductors for a variety of positions and responsibilities available from September 2016.

This is an international opportunity with more detailed information available from 15th April 2016.

Please submit your interest via this link http://szathmarytc.com/contact.php or
e-mail me direct at judit@szathmarytc.com along with your CV and references.
Looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

Conductor to Conductive centre, Bräcke diakoni

09/03/16

Bräcke diakoni, Barn och Ungdom

Conductor job at Bräcke diakoni in Gothenburg, Sweden available

Bräcke diakoni is an independent provider of medical and social care in Goteborg, Sweden’s second largest city. We are now looking for a conductor for working in our CE team.Within the organisation we have several units, working with conductive education, Conductive centre (training centre), a Pre-school, After-school activities for children from 12 years old and Daily activities for grown-ups. The available position is at the Conductive centre (training centre), but you must be prepared to also work in our other conductive settings if needed. You will be working with other conductors and professionals. You must speak English.

The tasks are:

  • Plan and lead conductive work in groups (people of all ages)
  • Make written documentation
  • Supervise parents, personal assistants and other professionals around the patient.

You must have a Conductor/conductor teacher diploma.

Salary will be set individually, based on academic credentials, experience and competence. We will provide help in securing accommodation. Personal insurance and other benefits will follow according to Swedish custom and law. The job is available from May 2016.

Submit your application as soon as possible to:

Maria Ericson, Bräcke Diakoni, Box 21062, 418 04, Göteborg, Sweden

Or via e-mail: maria.ericson@brackediakoni.se

Mark your application “Conductor”

If you have any questions please contact Szilvia Hegedüs, Co-ordinating Conductor for further details;

Szilvia.hegedus@brackediakoni.se

Tel:+46 31 50 27 46

Consider Kuwait! Conductor required, Petö Institute Kuwait

29/02/16

We are seeking newly qualified conductors with 1-2 years experience to start in September, 2016. You will need to be self-sufficient, approachable, dedicated, hard working, enthusiastic and willing to accept challenges.

The post requires fluency in written and spoken English and the ability to work within a school environment with other professionals.

Successful candidates will be offered a one year renewable contract and shared accommodation (or housing allowance), along with an economy class ticket to their country, Kuwaiti government health insurance, tax free salary and an end of service gratuity.

For further details, please contact the Lead Conductor, Csilla B. Ercan at

Conductor required Jersey, Channel Islands

22/02/16

Family in Jersey looking for a conductor to help – starting with the Easter holidays – and will then be looking for help over the summer holidays – to help with 4 year old daughter with major global developmental delay. Daughter is a delight!! Good job – possibly on going in term time.

Conductor must be friendly and enthusiastic and full of initiative.

Please email cv to katmilner@hotmail.com

Conductor required, Kent

10/02/16

We are looking for a full time Conductor to join our team at Step and Learn Charity (Strood, Kent, UK) to work from Tuesdays- Saturdays with children 0-13 years.
Our charity offers Conductive Education sessions for children with Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental Delay and other motor disorders. Throughout the week we accommodate pre- school children and on Saturdays school aged children (5-13 years). The groups are age and ability based with sessions lasting between one to two and a half hours once or twice a week.
We are keen to employ a dedicated team player who is able to work independently and also as part of our team. The applicants are required to be able to speak fluent English, to lead and help the sessions, to write reports and to communicate with children/parents.
Starting date: ASAP

CV including experience and training details should be forwarded to the following email address: info@stepandlearn.org For an informal discussion please call 01634 787 951

Conductor required, Birmingham

09/02/16

We are looking for a qualified conductor to join our busy household to support our youngest daughter, Emily who is 6 years old. Emily was born with Pitts Hopkins Syndrome which affects her physical and cognitive development. Emily attends a weekly session at NICE in Birmingham and we are looking for a conductor who can support Emily before and after school and all day on a Wednesday to attend the session at NICE.

We live in Birmingham and are flexible as to whether the position is live in or live out. We have two other children, Charlotte who is 11 years old and Tom who is 9. The role will include looking after all three children but with a focus on helping Emily to develop as much independence as possible.

For more information please contact Victoria at victoria.garrad@gateleyplc.com

Conductor required, London

09/02/16

London based family is looking for a part/full time conductor for 5 years old child with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy.

Reliable, efficient, organised, friendly and with good sense of humour. Someone who has at least few years previous experience working with children as a Conductor.

Salary: negotiable /depending on experience.

Necessary equipment will be provided if needed.

This roll is available for immediate start and based in West London, UK.

Please send your CV or email on radvinadmin@gmail.com

Contact on +44 ( 0 )7763499777 for further details.

Conductor to work with adults at NICE, Birmingham, UK

04/02/16

We are currently seeking a conductor to work in our adult department from April 2016.

The adult conductor team is very experienced and can offer support to conductors wishing to develop their skills in this area. The successful applicant would be expected to work in small groups across all diagnosis (Parkinson’s, MS, stroke, cerebral palsy) and would work as a part of a team. All groups are staffed by two conductors so the applicant would have an opportunity to lead and facilitate in a range of groups.

We are looking for someone who likes to be a part of a team and enjoys the challenge of working with adults.

Salary according to experience and available on application.

For further information or an application form please email Marie McCann at mmccann@conductive-education.org.uk

Deadline for application 29th February 2016

Conductors required, Kuwait

03/02/16

We are a school in Kuwait for disabled students, need conductors to work with our staff  for this or year and next year.

Benefits Package:
Overseas teachers’ benefits include: free housing (single/family), , transportation to school, summer holiday, air ticket,. Salary is based on years of full time teaching experience, university degree, and position.

For more information, contact: cv.201549@yahoo.com

Conductor required, Kuwait

03/02/16

Conductor required for a position at the Conductive Rehabilitation Establishment, Kuwait

For more information, contact: Tamas Monar conductor-teacher, e-mail: megon27@yahoo.com

Conductor, London

01/02/16

We are looking for an experienced Conductor to work with a small group of children, all of whom have cerebral palsy, within our School Groups, preferably from the beginning of the Summer in April.    The children, you will be working with, are aged from 5 to 11 years and attend the school on either a full or part time basis.

The staff working within the school groups come from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers, Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants.

Good oral and written English skills are essential for this position.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you.

Please contact us on 02084447242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy
143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP
www.cplondon.org.uk

Conductor/Teacher, London

01/02/16

We are looking for an experienced Conductor/Teacher (with QTS) to work within our Key Stage Groups as from the beginning of June, the second half of the Summer Term.

The staff working within the groups operate very closely as a team, coming from a variety of different backgrounds – specifically Conductor/Teachers or Conductors, SEN Teachers and Classroom Assistants.   We also have a Speech & Language Therapist and an OT who work collaboratively with the teams throughout the school day. The children, who you will be teaching, all have cerebral palsy and are aged from 5 to 11 years.

They attend the school on either on a full time basis or on a shared placement with a mainstream school.

Experience and knowledge of the UK National Curriculum is essential as well as good oral and written English skills for this position.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity to join our very friendly staff team we would love to hear from you.

Please contact us on 02084447242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy
143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP
www.cplondon.org.uk

Conductor, OT or Physio required, London

01/02/16

I am looking for someone with some conductive, OT or Physio training or background who is interested in gaining experience as a live-in au pair to help with my 4 year old twin boys, one of whom has various disabilities including cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, hearing loss and developmental delay. I would be really interested to meet and host an au pair in our home in London who is interested in joining us at our therapy sessions and helping out at home.

Please contact me via email:camilla_phelps@yahoo.co.uk

Conductor required, Pennsylvania, USA

01/02/16

We are looking for a conductor to work with our 8 y/o daughter in our home. Long term preferred but will consider short term. Accommodations provided in our home. Competitive salary. Car provided for you to use ( must have license from home country) We are 1.5 hours from philadelphia and 2 hours from new york city.  approx 5-6 hours per day.

Please contact me a medic951149@icloud.com Job to start in April.

Conductor and Special yoga teacher available in London

27/01/16

Conductor available with many years experience in London and the suburb areas. I am also certified in Special Yoga for special children. For further details please do not hesitate to contact me.

Conductor-Teacher with international experience looking for full-time/part-time employment in France 

20/01/16

I have been working as a Conductor/Conductor-Teacher with different age groups in many countries for more than 10 years. Now, I am looking for a full-time/part-time position in France.

For further information, please contact me on stnyas@gmail.com