CE Job Centre 2019-03-18T10:01:31+00:00

Conductor required, Northwood Hills Middlesex, UK

13/03/19

CMSS is 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.

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

We have been providing Conductive Education sessions to our clients since 1990 and currently have one conductor on our team. CE is an integral part of the service we offer and a key part of our work at CMSS. We are now seeking a conductor to join our team. This post is available with immediate effect and offers not only a chance to work with our current service users but also help to develop work for people with Parkinson’s in the future.

We are also looking for a PRIVATE CONDUCTOR to deliver sessions for adults with cerebral palsy at CMSS. We are seeking a conductor to work in our centre and deliver weekly sessions for small groups of adults with cerebral palsy. The number and days of these sessions can be negotiated.

Starting salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and weekly hours

To apply for the post 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

Conductor required, Taranaki, New Zealand.

07/03/19

Come and join us in one of the best regions in New Zealand, we are seeking a qualified Conductor to join our team in picturesque New Plymouth, New Zealand. See live magazine here

Our service focuses on Pre-School & School aged children in group and individual sessions in an independent classroom setting. You will be required to develop, lead, implement & document intervention programs for learners, working alongside our Conductor, support staff and volunteers. We currently have 20 enrolees, with scope to expand.

Our children present a diverse range of abilities, the successful applicant must possess knowledge and skillset relevant to assisting those with broad intellectual and physical challenges.

Applicants must have excellent English language skills, be keen to join in & enjoy New Zealand culture. Completion of an IELTS exam and/ or additional qualification is an advantage.

We expect the successful applicant to be willing to become a registered New Zealand teacher.

We are an enthusiastic community organisation and offer a minimum 12-month contract to the right candidate with a review and possible extension, along with a competitive salary package dependant on qualifications and experience contribution to travel costs along with assistance with visa processing.

If you think you are the right, fun, compassionate, progressive professional we are seeking and ready for immediate start, please direct your enquiry to our Coordinator, Craig Nielsen. Learn more about our fantastic region,  ourselves and our National Foundation.

Conductor required at Small Steps SFP, Roehampton, London, SW15.

28/02/19

Small Steps SfP (www.smallsteps.org.uk) is looking for an enthusiastic, qualified Conductor to join its friendly, supportive practitioner team that includes experienced conductors as well as paediatric physiotherapists.

The successful candidate 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 a holistic outlook and an open mind.

Good communication and interpersonal skills are essential, as is good oral and written English.

The unique Small Steps approach to working with the whole family will provide a new perspective on Conductive Education principles.

This is a full-time, permanent contract – 37.5 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year (term-time plus 3 additional weeks).

The salary is competitive, dependent on experience, starting at £22,000 for newly qualified graduates.

Small Steps also offers support in career progression through the provision of in-house training opportunities and encouraging Continuing Professional Development.

This is an exciting time to be joining the Small Steps community. The charity will shortly be moving to its own stand-alone building in Richmond, with easy access to central London, thus confirming its future as a centre of excellence for Conductive Education.

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.

The closing date for applications is Friday 22nd March 2019 with interview dates tbc.

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

Conductor wanted, New Zealand.

12/02/19

Conductive Education is well established in New Zealand with 13 affiliated centres catering for babies to adults (and everything in between) in centres throughout the country.

Do you have the following credentials:

  • Fully qualified Conductor?
  • Work well as part of a supportive team?
  • Thrive on challenge?
  • Can motivate and are enthusiastic about working with children and/or adults?
  • Have the ability to adapt programmes for individuals?
  • Are creative and have a positive attitude?
  • Have good written and spoken English language skills?
  • Flexible?

We may have the perfect position for you in one of our centres and would love to hear from you!

The positions are available immediately.

Competitive salary based on experience will be offered to the right candidates. Support with travel to New Zealand will be considered.

Check out the links below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ690HuCoUI
https://www.facebook.com/NZFCE/
http://nzfce.org.nz/

To find out more about the fantastic lifestyle that Aotearoa New Zealand has to offer – check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eMAXOp2PvA

For further information – please contact Sally Thomas, NZ Foundation for Conductive Education

Email sally@nzfce.org.nz

Conductor required near Bundaberg, Australia.

12/02/19

Conductor required to work with our 12 year old son located near Bundaberg, Australia. Our son has been receiving regular conductive education since 2 years of age. Bundaberg is a wonderful place to live, with beautiful beaches, farmland, seasonal turtle hatching, and whale watching. The Bundaberg region is known as the gateway to the Southern Barrier Reef, one of the 7 wonders of the natural world.

We will provide salary, flights and accommodation. For more information contact Melanie at melaniefsimpson@hotmail.com

Conductor required in Northwood Hills Middlesex, UK

06/02/19

CMSS is 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.

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

We have been providing Conductive Education sessions to our clients since 1990 and currently have one conductor on our team. CE is an integral part of the service we offer and a key part of our work at CMSS. We are now seeking another conductor to join our team. This post is available with immediate effect and offers not only a chance to work with our current service users but also help to develop work for people with Parkinson’s in the future.

We are looking for an enthusiastic conductor who wants to help us develop our services further and play a role within our centre. Please note that the centre offers a year round service so we are offering a full time post – Monday to Friday (9.30am – 3.30pm). Annual holidays will be 20 days plus 2 weeks over Christmas period.

Starting salary: £27.500 for 5 days Monday to Friday 9.30 to 3.30.

To apply for the post 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 10 and 3pm.

Conductor(s) wanted in the UK

04/02/19

Hello, my name is Jagdev Singh,

I had a stroke almost 13 years ago when I was only 11 years old; over the 13 years my motive in life has been to get back on my feet and become independent as I once was.

I am seeking your help. I am looking for a trained conductor(s) who would be contracted to work with me for at least 12 months in the UK, so that I can have a boost of intense rehabilitation.

If this is something that may be of interest to you, please contact me on my email: jagatkadevta@gmail.com 
so that we can discuss pay and accommodation in more detail.

Thank you

Conductor wanted for summer camp 2019

31/01/19

We are looking for a conductor for the Center for Independence through Conductive Education for our summer camp 2019. The location is near the beautiful city of Chicago, 12 miles from downtown.

Organization; Center for Independence through Conductive Education

Location: 100 West Plainfield Road, Countryside, Il 60525

Summer camp dates: June 14- August 10, 2019

Responsibility: Implementing Conductive Education Program for different groups, designing, organizing and carrying into effect the daily routine.

Conductor should arrive to Chicago no later than June 14, 2019, Friday

Last day of work; August 9, Friday

Key skills required:

  • Work experience with kindergarten, school age and Young Adult students
  • Working hours: Monday to Friday from 8.30-4.00
  • Good command of English- oral and written
  • Excellent communication skills with parents, children and staff
  • Ability to work in a transdisciplinary team of OTs and PTs and Conductive Education Teachers
  • Flexibility, creativity, show independence and initiatives
  • Drivers License, (experience in driving on busy roads)
  • Able to lift 40 lbs. for transfers
  • Working knowledge of computer skills, Microsoft Word and Excel

The CV should be sent to Gabriella Molnar, gmolnar@cfice.org

Deadline: February 8, 2019

Conductor required at CEC La Maison Escargot

29/01/19

CEC La Maison Escargot is looking for an enthusiastic, qualified conductor to join our team. The centre is located in Brittany, France (2 hours from Paris by train, not far from the sea). We work with children with motor disabilities from 1 to 18 years old. The succesful candidate will be an energetic, open-minded person who has the ability to build excellent relationship with children and their families.

French is not indispensable, but it would be an advantage.

You can view our centre on:
https://www.facebook.com/La-Maison-Escargot-748362365268006/
http://lamaisonescargot.org/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYZ182NV4WQ

If you are interested and would like more information please contact us by mail at lamaisonescargot@orange.fr

Conductor required at Small Steps SFP, Roehampton, London, SW15

16/01/19

Small Steps SfP (www.smallsteps.org.uk) is looking for an enthusiastic, qualified Conductor to join its friendly, supportive practitioner team that includes experienced conductors as well as paediatric physiotherapists.

The successful candidate 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 unique Small Steps approach to working with the whole family will provide a new perspective on Conductive Education principles.

Small Steps also offers support in career progression through the provision of in-house training opportunities and encouraging Continuing Professional Development.

This is an exciting time to be joining the Small Steps community. The charity will shortly be moving to its own stand-alone building in Richmond, with easy access to central London, thus confirming its future as a centre of excellence for Conductive Education.

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.

This is a full-time, permanent contract – 37.5 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year (term-time plus 3 additional weeks).

The salary is competitive, dependent on experience, starting at £22,000 for newly qualified graduates.

Small Steps also offers support in career progression through the provision of in-house training opportunities and encouraging Continuing
Professional Development.

DBS check to be carried out by the center for the successful candidates.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 6th February 2019 with interviews in the week beginning Monday 11th February 2019.

Senior Itinerant Conductor Required

09/01/19

We are offering a wonderful opportunity in 2019 to a Senior Conductor who would like to assist with the growth of Conductive Education in New Zealand.

NZ Foundation for Conductive Education is wishing to contract a Senior Conductor who will be based in Christchurch (in the South Island) but is prepared to travel to other regions in New Zealand.

The successful candidate will be required to work in a range of settings, mainly in Christchurch and we are particularly interested in Conductors who have experience working with babies through to adults.

We have 13 affiliated Conductive Education centres in New Zealand, four of which are based in Christchurch.

  • Early intervention for birth to school age
  • Primary school facility for students from 5 – 12 years
  • Secondary school facility for students from 13 – 21 years
  • Adult programme

NZFCE are currently working towards the implementation of Professional Standards for Conductors and your role will assist with this process including appraisal and support for current Conductors.

There will be opportunities to work in other centres as a reliever – a great way to see our beautiful country!

NZFCE will be offering an 18-month contract with a review and possible extension.

Key skills required:

  • At least 10 years’ experience as a Conductor
  • Good command of English – both oral and written
  • Ability to build excellent relationships with peers and other professionals
  • Flexibility
  • Enjoy a challenge
  • Innovative – you will be assisting to grow Conductive Education in New Zealand
  • Ability to think outside the square and show initiative
  • Experience working with children and adults

A competitive salary will be offered dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Check out the links below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eMAXOp2PvA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ690HuCoUI
https://www.facebook.com/NZFCE/
http://nzfce.org.nz/

Your CV covering letter should be forwarded to Sally Thomas, National Coordinator

Email:  sally@nzfce.org.nz

Lead conductor required – Runcorn, Cheshire

04/12/18

Stick ‘n’ Step provide free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy. Our support improves mobility, independence and boosts self-confidence, enabling each child to reach their personal potential.

Over the last five years Stick ‘n’ Step has embarked on an ambitious plan to double the number of families we support. The charity has successfully established a second centre in Runcorn, and currently serve over 90 families from across the North West of England. Our Runcorn centre is set to further expand and in order to implement our growth plans, to achieve this we need to strengthen the leadership capacity of the classroom team. 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 our thriving organisation.

Based in Stick ‘n’ Step’s Runcorn centre, the post holder will oversee the day-to-day functioning of the entire classroom team, including conductors, classroom assistants and volunteers, as well as plan, lead and deliver conductive education programmes.

As the Lead Conductor you will have a unique opportunity to shape our new service which will provide you with excellent opportunities for developing your knowledge and skills.

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 team management/staff supervision in an educational setting
  • the ability to produce good quality written assessment and progress reports, set and track individual goals and develop complex programmes
  • knowledge of statutory education and health care systems in the UK
  • excellent computer proficiency

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

We offer a competitive salary and 48 days paid annual leave. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Deadline for applications is 5pm 21st December 2018, please note we will interview successful candidates on a rolling basis so the advert for this role may close before the closing date. Post to start in early 2018.

For the full job description and person specification and to apply, please visit our website

Lead conductor required – Runcorn

04/12/18

About Stick ‘n’ Step

Stick ‘n’ Step provide free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy. Our support improves mobility, independence and boosts self-confidence, enabling each child to reach their personal potential.

Over the last five years Stick ‘n’ Step has embarked on an ambitious plan to double the number of families we support. The charity has successfully established a second centre in Runcorn, and currently serve over 90 families from across the North West of England. Our Runcorn centre is set to further expand and in order to implement our growth plans, to achieve this we need to strengthen the leadership capacity of the classroom team. 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 our thriving organisation.

About the role

Based in Stick ‘n’ Step’s Runcorn centre, the post holder will oversee the day-to-day functioning of the entire classroom team, including conductors, classroom assistants and volunteers, as well as plan, lead and deliver conductive education programmes.

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

Find more information, such as key responsibilities and essential criteria, click here

Job Title: Lead Conductor

Reports to: Head of Conductive Education

Hours of work: Between 9.00 – 18.00 (35 hours per week)

*Term time only – Halton School holidays are followed. The summer term will not finish until 31st July.

Salary: £28,000

Benefits: Employer contributory pension, 48 days annual leave during centre holidays (plus bank holidays and your birthday), salary sacrifice travel loan and childcare vouchers scheme

Location: Runcorn

Home conductor required – London, Islington

09/11/18

Experienced Conductor required to work at home with our 5 year old son with physical difficulties arising from brain injuries at the time of his birth. Leo loves Conductive Education, is bright, fun loving and energetic and wants someone with a sense of humour to support him in achieving his full potential. We are looking for someone available in the afternoons, some weekend days and full days during school holidays. You will be required to work alongside other therapists and professionals at times.

Attractive salary. 40 hours +

Job share /  part time also an option.

Further requirements:

  • At least 1 year experience with working with children with Cerebral Palsy
  • Good oral and written English skills
  • Driving licence required

Please Contact Susanne Kulkies – susanne.kulkies@indliv.co.uk

North Staffs Branch Parkinson’s UK

08/11/18

We are looking for a replacement qualified Conductive Education practitioner.

We are based in North Staffordshire near Newcastle-under-Lyme and meet on Wednesdays every week. However, because of available space, we need to have our sessions on alternate Wednesdays, i.e. two sessions per month from 1pm – 3pm. Please note that we have the basic equipment from our last training.

For further information, please telephone our Secretary, Shirley Blackhurst on 01782 788961.

Conductor/conductor-teacher, Small Steps SfP

06/11/18

Small Steps SfP (www.smallsteps.org.uk) is looking to appoint an enthusiastic conductor/conductor-teacher 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.

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

Looking for CONDUCTOR for ONE TO ONE WEEKEND SESSIONS – SE LONDON

30/10/18

For 5 year old boy based near Brixton, SE London. Quad Dystonia of Cerebral Palsy. My son (who is a very happy talkative chap)  attends a mainstream school, so looking for a conductor who ideally can come to us at the weekends. Market rates paid.

Please contact emmavpugh@btinternet.com or 07903 674 074

STICK ‘n’ STEP Conductor 

12/10/18

Stick ‘n’ Step is a well-established conductive education provider based near Liverpool, England.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Conductor to work at Stick ‘n’ Step. The post is based in our Wallasey centre, where a vibrant and diverse classroom team work in a sessional setting. The post holder will plan, lead and deliver conductive education programmes for children and young people aged 0-25 years.

In addition to our Wallasey centre, we have recently opened our second centre in Cheshire, and currently serve over 90 families from the North West of England. This is a growing organisation, with plenty of opportunity to learn and develop through formal and informal training.

We are currently seeking a qualified conductor for a minimum of 12 months on a full-time contract (35 hours), with the possibility of extension. We offer a competitive salary and 48 days paid annual leave. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

The deadline for applications is 3rd December 2018, please note we will interview successful candidates on a rolling basis so the advert for this role may end before the closing date. Post to start in January 2019.

To find out more about our work and the role we are offering, please visit our website: www.sticknstep.org/jobs. To apply please email your CV to jobs@sticknstep.org. We look forward to hearing from you!

Home Conductors required – East Surrey

28/09/18

Experienced Conductors required to work at home with an energetic bright and cheeky, 12-year-old boy with Cerebral Palsy. The job will involve working on weekends and holidays/abroad, additional hours may be available after school. The job will require a rota, so job sharers are encouraged to apply. Attractive salary and a wonderful opportunity to work with this child and his family.

Ideally all candidates will have:

  • At least 2/2 years’ experience of working with children who have cerebral palsy and additional special needs.
  • 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 programmes and working with and alongside other professionals.

Please contact   Ms Osbourne  – Neresia12@gmail.com

Conductor available to work with children at home

21/08/18

I am an experienced Conductor-Teacher and I am interested in supporting a child with Cerebral Palsy/ Motor developmental delay/Neurological condition, in his/her school and/or at home in Hampshire.

I have previous experience both in primary and secondary education.

If you would like more information how I can help your child and you please contact me at idszucs@yahoo.co.uk

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For more information contact Ildiko at idszucs@yahoo.co.uk

Conductor required

21/08/18

Conductor required to work with our 12 year old son located in Bundaberg, Australia. Bundaberg is a wonderful place to live, with beautiful beaches, farmland, seasonal turtle hatching, and whale watching. The Bundaberg region is known as the gateway to the Southern Barrier Reef, one of the 7 wonders of the natural world. We will provide salary, flights and accommodation.

For more information contact Melanie at melaniefsimpson@hotmail.com

Conductor required

26/07/18

Conductor required to work with family in Edinburgh any time and any hours that suit you.  You will have your own room.  If you want to see the festival, you are very welcome. Edinburgh festival dates are from 3 Aug – 27 Aug 2018.  It is the world’s largest arts festival.

Further details can be obtained by contacting Elaine at elaineod7@yahoo.co.uk

Conductor job available – Kuwait

17/07/18

We cater for students ranging from 3 to 21 years.

Our work timings are 7.30am – 1pm. Our academic year will start on the 28th August 2018.

We are looking for a Conductor who has:

At least 1 t0 2 years’ experience working with children who have cerebral palsy and other special educational needs and must have experience working with parents and families of children with special needs.
Should be able to assess and maintain records and reports for students’ progress. Creating individualised educational plans that will acknowledge the students ability and help them achieve their full potential.

Must be willing to work in a multi professional team and have a good command of oral and written English.

If you are interested please contact Fatima Karashi at fatimakarashi@gmail.com

Conductor job available with adults at NICE – Birmingham, UK

17/07/18

NICE is seeking a well-motivated conductor to join this well established dynamic adults team. Preferably candidates would have some previous experience working with adults however would also join an experienced team and work alongside other conductors in group. We currently work with over 120 adults per week so this post will provide a varied experience. The main conditions we work with are Parkinson’s, stroke, multiple sclerosis and adult cerebral palsy. Good spoken and written English is essential. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to develop their practical work with adults and a unique opportunity to develop knowledge in this field. Not only will you be directly involved in working with the participants but will also gain knowledge of our other work including re-ablement activities, carers groups, supporting student conductors and the development of adult CE services. We are looking for someone to start in September 2018 and the contract will initially run for a one year period.

Initial expression of interest and to obtain an application form: by 24th July 2018

Application deadline: by 6th August 2018

Interviews: 9th August 2018

If you are interested please contact Melanie Brown: melanie@conductive-education.org.uk

Conductor Available from November – Netherlands

04/07/18

I’m an experienced Conductor-teacher, moving to the Netherlands in November and looking for part time job. I have experience working with children of different ages and diagnosis, in a group setting as well as individually. I would happily work with families or in centers. Also certified “Special Yoga for Special Children”.

If you are interested please contact me via email conductivelife@gmail.com

Senior Conductor/Manager – Megan Baker House – Full Time Post

27/06/18

MBH is looking for an experienced conductor to develop and manage its new facility for adults and children with Developmental Coordination Disorder.  This is a wonderful opportunity to shape the future provision of conductive education in this new area. The facility is situated in Ledbury Herefordshire, five minutes from a main railway station and ten minutes from the motorway network with Birmingham, Bristol and London only one hour, one and a quarter hours and two and a half hours away.

MBH contributes 3% of salary to a workplace pension scheme and discretionary bonuses are paid for exceptional performance.

Closing date 30th July 2018 with interviews week commencing 13th and 20th August 2018

Email zoe@meganbakerhouse.org.uk for more information

Conductor Needed – September 2018

25/06/18

We are looking for a Conductor to join our staff team at our Centre/School in North London.  Your will be working with a range of children aged from 0 to 11 years.

We are looking for a Conductor who has:

  • At least 2/2 years experience of working with children who have cerebral palsy and additional special needs.
  • 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.

Positions Available – New Zealand

20/06/18

Conductive Education is well established in New Zealand with 11 (soon to be 12) affiliated centres catering for babies to adults (and everything in between) in centres throughout the country.

Do you have the following credentials:

  • Fully qualified Conductor?
  • Work well as part of a supportive team?
  • Thrive on challenge?
  • Can motivate and are enthusiastic about working with children and/or adults?
  • Have the ability to adapt programmes for individuals?
  • Are creative and have a positive attitude?
  • Have good written and spoken English language skills?
  • Flexible?

We may have the perfect position for you in one of our centres and would love to hear from you!

The positions are available immediately.

Competitive salary based on experience will be offered to the right candidates. Support with travel to New Zealand will be considered.

Check out the links below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ690HuCoUI
https://www.facebook.com/NZFCE/
http://nzfce.org.nz/

To find out more about the fantastic lifestyle that Aotearoa New Zealand has to offer – check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eMAXOp2PvA

For further information please contact Sally Thomas

NZ Foundation for Conductive Education

Email nzfce@cecanterbury.org

Conductor Required – Reading, Berkshire

19/06/18

We are seeking a qualified Conductor to work with a child aged 9.5 in our school. You will be working alongside classroom staff and the school therapists to provide 10 hours of Conductive Education per week. Hours are open to discussion.

The successful candidate must be registered with the PCA. You must be willing to plan and deliver sessions according to need and provide feedback to school, therapists and parents. It is important to build a positive rapport with the child, professionals and parents.

If interested please contact

Eirfron Watkinson, Assistant Head, Addington School, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, RG5 3EU

01189669073

Eirfron.watkinson@addington.wokingham.sch.uk

Opportunity for a Conductor/Conductor teacher

18/06/18

Small Steps SfP (www.smallsteps.org.uk ) based in south London, is looking to appoint an additional practitioner (conductor/conductor-teacher) to join its friendly, supportive, multi-disciplinary team that includes paediatric physiotherapists and conductor-teachers. They will be required to deliver sessions based on Conductive Education in our Parent and Child groups for babies and pre-school children.

The successful applicant will be an energetic, enthusiastic, flexible practitioner with an open mind, holistic outlook and some experience of working with young children with motor learning difficulties.

Good communication and interpersonal skills are essential, as is good oral and written English. Starting salary is dependent on experience and qualifications and will include a pension scheme contribution. Small Steps will provide in-house training opportunities and encourages Continuing Professional Development.

This is a full-time position, 37.5 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year (term-time plus 3 additional weeks) It is available from 3rd September 2018 however there is no closing deadline for applications. We will interview shortlisted candidates on a rolling basis until the post is satisfactorily filled.

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 is an Equal Opportunities employer.

For further details including a job-description, person specification and application form or to arrange an informal visit, which is encouraged, please contact Anita Coppola on 020 8704 5935 or by email to anita@smallsteps.org.uk

Exciting opportunity for a Conductor to join our School Group

15/06/18

NICE are seeking a qualified conductor (teaching qualification desirable) to work in our school group.

The position will start from September, and the person would be working within a very supportive and established team. Teaching would form a part of this role.

We are looking for someone who is eager to take part in the full range of activities on offer and wants to continue to learn and develop their conductive skills alongside the requirements for running a school service.

Student conductors will also be placed in the groups so the successful candidate will have an opportunity to gain experience of working with students and receive full support from colleagues.

This is a unique opportunity and great way to develop your professional skills.

For more information please contact Marie McCann at mmccann@conductive-education.org.uk

Application deadline: 22nd June 2018.

Exciting opportunity for a newly qualified conductor

22/05/18

NICE are seeking a newly qualified conductor who wishes to gain experience across the full range of children’s services from 0-11 years. The contract is from September 2018 to December 2018 (maternity cover). The job would give a broad experience base and include an outreach session in a mainstream school. The successful candidate would be able to develop experience in leading across the age range, working with parents and be in a team to help develop experience post qualification.

We are looking for someone who is eager to take part in the full range of activities on offer and wants to continue to learn and develop their conductive skills in leading, facilitating and the requirements for running a service.

This is a unique opportunity and will be an excellent stepping stone to a career as a conductor.

For more information please contact Melanie Brown melanie@conductive-education.org.uk

For direct application please request an application form and submit this with a summary of why you would like to take this role to Melanie Brown.

Application deadline: 8th June 2018.

Therapy Assistant – Leominster (Herefordshire)

30/04/18

Conductive Enablement Ltd is looking for a therapy assistant to help with the smooth running of sessions for adults with neurological motor disorders. Primarily we work in groups with people with Parkinson’s, other conditions include stroke, cerebral palsy and head injury.

It’s on a self employed basis on Mondays and Tuesdays.

We are based in Leominster (Herefordshire) just a short walk from the train station.

Previous experience is not required however an open mind and a sense of humour are essential.

If you are interested or for more information, please email Annamaria at conductiveenablement@outlook.com

Conductor Required – Wallasey Merseyside

23/04/18

Stick ‘n’ Step provide free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy. In addition to our Wirral centre, we have recently opened our second centre in Cheshire, and currently serve over 80 families from the North West of England.

We are currently seeking a qualified conductor for a minimum of 12 months on a full- time, maternity cover contract, with the possibility of extension.

The post is based in Stick ‘n’ Step’s Wallasey centre, where a vibrant and diverse classroom team work in a sessional setting. The post holder will plan, lead and deliver conductive education programmes for children and young people aged 0-25 years.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Conductive Education
  • At least 2 years’ experience of working as a conductor
  • Good spoken and written English skills
  • Experience in documentation, such as assessment and progress reports,
    as well as setting individual goals and complex programmes.
  • Computer proficiency

Knowledge of statutory education and health care systems in the UK will be an advantage.

We offer a competitive salary and 48 days paid annual leave. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Deadline for applications is 18th May, please note we will interview successful candidates on a rolling basis so the advert for this role may close before the closing date. Post to start in September 2018.

To apply, please visit our website: www.sticknstep.org/jobs

Conductor Required – Whoopsadaisy Brighton

20/04/18

Whoopsadaisy is a Brighton based charity providing Conductive Education for children with physical disabilities.

This is an exciting opportunity for a Conductor to join our thriving project. We are looking for an enthusiastic and flexible Conductor for 5 days 37.5 hours/week with 9 weeks holiday. The successful applicant would be required to deliver Conductive Education sessions in our Parent and Child groups for young children under the age of 5 years and for 5-12 year old children, Saturday Schools and Holiday Clubs.

As a charity we have close links with other local children’s services, voluntary organisations and schools to ensure our children achieve the best outcomes. All our families are engaged, committed and value the work we do.

Job Requirements include experience in working in group settings with children with motor disabilities and additional learning needs; leading groups and supervising volunteers; undertaking assessments; completing written documentation such as session plans and progress reports; strong oral and written English and good computer proficiency.

We offer a competitive salary of up to £30,000 (pay dependent upon experience) and support of a highly experienced and friendly team. A great opportunity to locate to Brighton, a vibrant and diverse city community by the sea.

www.whoopsadaisy.org

Watch our 4-minute film to find out more! Visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Arny_YLAmfQ

We welcome visits and if you would like further information please contact Sue Woolford, Manager on 01273 554178 or email sue@whoopsadaisy.org

To apply please email your CV with a covering letter to sue@whoopsadaisy.org

Deadline for written applications: Wednesday 2nd May 2018

Interviews: Week beginning 14th May 2018

Conductor Required – London

20/04/18

We are looking for an experienced Conductor to join our staff team working within our Nursery (EYFS) Group. If you are a person who likes working with young children and families then this is the job for you.

We are a friendly passionate interdisciplinary team coming from a number 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.

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 staff team we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on 02084447242 or email kath@cplondon.org.uk for further details.

CPotential Trust
Woodstar School
143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP

Conduct Education Classroom Assistant Required

17/04/18

Fixed term 12 month contract for maternity cover leave.  Experience in working with disabled children and adults preferred however, training provided. 

37.5 hours per week full time with additional hours as and when required to assist with report writing and planning sessions.

Salary £15,000 – £17,000.

May require the successful applicant to drive a company vehicle to different venues, a clean driving licence will be required.

Start date Tuesday 28th August 2018 Email zoe@meganbakerhouse.org.uk  (registered charity no 1141827) or telephone 01568 616179 for an application form. 

Closing Date 31st May 2018, interviews to be week commencing 11th June 2018.

Senior Conductor/Manager Required

17/04/18

MBH is looking for an experienced conductor to develop and manage its new facility for children and adults.  This is a wonderful opportunity to shape the future provision of conductive education in this new area.  The facility is situated in Ledbury Herefordshire, five minutes from a main railway station and ten minutes from the motorway network with Birmingham, Bristol and London only one hour, one and a quarter hours and two and a half hours away.

MBH contributes 3% of salary to a workplace pension scheme and discretionary bonuses are paid for exceptional performance.

Email zoe@meganbakerhouse.org.uk for more information

Conductor Required – The Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education

06/04/18

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. Experience in Early Intervention (0-3) desirable.

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.

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

Position available from 4 January 2018 – The Rainbow Centre for CE, Fareham (start date can be negotiated).

Salary is dependent on experience.

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

Conductor Required – New Zealand

05/04/18

Naenae Primary School is situated in the Hutt Valley of the Wellington region of New Zealand. We are a primary school of 230 students. We are looking for an enthusiastic Conductor to work in our Conductive Education class.

We are looking for someone who –

  • Can motivate and is enthusiastic about working with children
  • Has the ability to adapt programmes for individuals
  • Is creative and has a positive attitude
  • Has good written and spoken English language skills

This is a wonderful opportunity for someone who is looking for long-term employment and an opportunity to lead Conductive Education programmes for young people 5 – 13 years of age.

Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, sits near the North Island’s southernmost point on the Cook Strait. A compact city, it encompasses a waterfront promenade, sandy beaches, a working harbour and colourful timber houses on surrounding hills. Wellington has a great vibe and lots to offer – whatever your interests might be.

For further information and a copy of the Position Description, please contact: Murray Bootten Principal
murray.bootten@naenae-primary.school.nz

The position is available immediately.

Conductor for children’s services – (temporary position)

22/03/18

We are seeking a qualified conductor to cover for maternity leave from the 4th June. Initially this post is up to the 31st December.

The successful applicant will work alongside experienced conductors within our Children’s services. This is an excellent opportunity for a conductor seeking further experience within a conductor team.

If you are looking to develop your skills in a supportive team environment or if you want the opportunity to develop new experiences and skills then this job is for you.

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

Please express your interest by the 29th March.

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 Required 

21/03/18

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a conductor to work in the London area at CMSS. CMSS works with adults with cerebral palsy and associated conditions but is also now expanding into work with people with Parkinson’s.

We are looking for a second conductor to join our team to help develop and deliver this service. Previous experience with adults desirable but not essential. If you are interested in working with adults this is an excellent opportunity.

CMSS is 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.

We offer a year round service. Please contact for full terms and conditions.

We are based in Northwood Hills Middlesex. HA5 2NB.

Visit our website at cmss.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–Friday between 10 and 3pm.

Salary is dependent on experience.

Hours: 27.5 hours per week

Monday–Friday, 9:30-3:30 (30 min lunch break)

Application deadline is the May 23rd 2018

Conductor Required – London

21/03/18

CMSS has a vacancy for a summer job for either a student or conductor to work in our regular weekly groups for adults with cerebral palsy. This job will run from June 2018 and you will be given opportunities to facilitate and lead with our conductor as a part of a team.

CMSS works with adults with cerebral palsy and associated conditions but is also now expanding into work with people with Parkinson’s. We are looking for a second conductor to join our team to help develop and deliver this service. Previous experience with adults desirable but not essential. If you are interested in working with adults this is an excellent opportunity.

CMSS is 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.

We offer a year round service. Please contact for full terms and conditions.

We are based in Northwood Hills Middlesex. HA5 2NB.

Visit our website at cmss.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–Friday between 10 and 3pm.

Salary is dependent on experience.

Hours: 27.5 hours per week

Monday–Friday, 9:30-3:30 (30 min lunch break)

Application deadline is the May 23rd 2018

REHABILITATION SPECIALIST CONDUCTOR – Auckland, New Zealand

15/03/18

Overall Objectives

  • To provide quality Conductive Education programmes for adults, with the aim of rehabilitation in accordance with the mission statement of the Foundation.
  • To work constructively with Clients, their families/whanau, colleagues, Foundation staff and Trustees, and relevant
    outside agencies.
  • To contribute (as appropriate) to the objectives of the Neuro Connection Foundation.
  • To show cultural awareness and sensitivity towards all involved with INRF.

Daily Objectives

  • To plan and implement daily Conductive Education sessions designed to meet the needs of all participants in the programmes, with objectives and activities for both groups and individuals. These plans are to be documented and filed.
  • To develop task series for specific programmes
  • To design individual programmes for participants as necessary (for home and/or mainstream settings if appropriate). These plans to be documented and filed with appropriate dates.
  • To attend relevant meetings for Clients. Brief records to be filed with appropriate dates.
  • To plan suitable equipment and furniture when necessary.
  • To design and collect writing / reading / maths or other resources for participants (individualised)
  • To participate in assessments of new clients if required.
  • To promote Conductive Education through participating in public seminars, open days and in any other appropriate way, and assist in the preparation of material for promotional and resource purposes with the support of the Senior Rehabilitation Specialist Conductor and direction of the Board.
  • To promote Conductive Education through participation in research as appropriate.
  • To keep record of daily attendance of participants
  • To work together with other conductors and staff as a team.
  • To provide appropriate supervision and training to Programme Assistants and volunteers in the delivery of Conductive
    Education rehabilitation to Clients.
  • To keep surroundings / premises clean, tidy and organised.
  • To foster awareness of sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions.

These tasks will be carried out with the support and assistance of the Auckland Conductive Education Foundation staff and Board of Trustees.

Professional Support

Peer support as required will be by negotiation with other conductors and their employers in New Zealand and Australia as well as through the auspices of the New Zealand Foundation for Conductive Education.  Relevant notes and dates will need to
be filed.

The Rehabilitation Specialist Conductor will also be expected to pursue personal and professional development with the support of the Foundation and to participate in in-service training on aspects of educational practice and cultural awareness as deemed appropriate by the Board.  Provision for this has been made in the Conditions of Employment (2.6.2).  Relevant notes, correspondence and copies of in-service training material to be filed in date order.

For more information (application form and job description) please contact inna@neuroconnection.org.nz and reference
‘conductor position enquiry’

CONDUCTOR required from 3 September 2018 –
The Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education, Fareham

14/03/18

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 is essential.

Candidates should preferably have a minimum of 3 years’ experience, but candidates with less experience could be considered.

To be considered for this role you will be confident and experienced:

  • Leading sessions in the children’s service and supporting adult sessions.
  • Teaching of the highest standard.
  • High quality Conductive Education.
  • A good standard of written and spoken English.
  • A lively and enthusiastic style.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Ability to join the current team and skillset and to follow the Centre’s policies and procedures including manual handling, risk assessments.

We in return 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 of services that it provides.

If you feel that your experience, skillset and attitude would fulfil this role, then please apply as this could be the job for you.

For more information (application form and job description) please contact Jo Candy joannec@rainbowcentre.org

Salary is dependent on experience.

This is a 2 year fixed term contract with the possibility of extending at the end of the fixed term.

DBS check to be carried out by the center for the successful candidate.

Application deadline is the 23 May 2018, interviews to take place the week commencing 11 June 2018.

Visit our website: www.rainbowcentre.org

Conductor – Early Intervention and Sessional Services (‘EISS’)

07/03/18

We are seeking a qualified conductor to work 38 hours per week Tuesday to Saturday.

Location: 143 Coppetts Road, London N10 1JP.

Please see the full job description here

To apply, please send your CV and Covering Letter to nicola@cplondon.org.uk

FULL-TIME NEWLY or RECENTLY (up to 3 years) QUALIFIED CONDUCTOR in Adult Services

06/03/18

The Rainbow Centre for CE, Fareham Hampshire

The Rainbow Centre is seeking a new conductor to join its adult team from April 2018.  Ideally the candidate should have experience working with adults (Parkinson’s, PSP, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Head Injury and Cerebral Palsy). However, we would consider candidates wishing to gain experience in this field.

We offer excellent opportunities for developing knowledge and playing a significant role in the development of Adult Services within the Rainbow Centre.  This also allows the applicant to gain further experience, not just in working with adults, but also to gain an insight and support our Children’s Service.

Since 2007 The Rainbow Centre has provided Conductive Education (CE) to adults with motor disorders, in addition to our services for children with Cerebral Palsy. The Nursery Group is registered with Ofsted as a full day care provider and has received an “Outstanding” grade by Ofsted for the last four consecutive inspections.

To be considered for this role you will be confident and experienced:

  • Leading sessions in the adults’ rehabilitation groups and supporting children’s sessions.
  • Teaching of the highest standard.
  • High quality Conductive Education.
  • A high standard of written and spoken English.
  • A lively and enthusiastic style.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Ability to join the current team and skillset and to follow the Centre’s policies and procedures including manual handling, risk assessments.

We offer in return:

  • 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 of services that it provides.

If you feel that your experience, skillset and attitude would fulfil this role, then please apply as this could be the job for you.

For more information (application form and job description) please contact us on enquiries@rainbowcentre.org

DBS check required. Application deadline 9 March 2018, interviews to take place in March.

Visit our website: www.rainbowcentre.org

Conductor for children’s services (temporary position)

06/03/18

We are seeking a qualified conductor to cover for maternity leave from the 16th April 2018. Initially this post is up to the 31st July but there is a possibility it will be extended until Christmas.

The successful applicant will work alongside experienced conductors in either our pre-school or school services. This is an excellent opportunity for a conductor seeking further experience within a conductor team.

If you are looking to develop your skills in a supportive team environment or if you want the opportunity to develop new experiences and skills then this job is for you.

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

Please express your interest by the 14th March.

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 Required – London

05/02/18

We are looking for a conductor for one to one weekend sessions in South East London

This is for a 5 year old boy based near Brixton, South East London with Quad Dystonia of Cerebral Palsy. My son (who is a very happy talkative chap) attends a mainstream school, so we are looking for a conductor who ideally can come to us at the weekends. Market rates paid.

Please contact emmavpugh@btinternet.com or 07903 674074 for more information.

Conductor Required – Milton Keynes

06/02/18

2018 Summer Holiday Job Vacancy

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 fifteen year old daughter during the 2018 summer holidays (between Monday 30th July until Friday 24th of August).

We are looking for someone kind, warm, organised and outgoing with a good sense of humour to support our daughter, but particularly someone who understands the needs of a young teenager with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy.
Our daughter is in a Conductive Education setting (Ingfield manor) on a full time basis. She is a lovely happy girl who loves people and being stimulated physically and mentally.

We are a very friendly family and will make you more than welcome. We live in a small village approx. 10 miles from the centre of Milton Keynes in the United Kingdom. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside for you to enjoy. You will be provided with your own room and meals. Competitive rates of pay plus travel expenses will be included.

If you are interested please contact Janine on 07803 886868 gjhannah@btinternet.com.

Conductor Available – Hampshire

I am an experienced Conductor-teacher and I am interested in supporting a child with Cerebral Palsy/Motor developmental delay/Global developmental delay/Neurological condition, in his/her school and/or at home in Hampshire. 
I have previous experience both in primary and secondary education.


If you would like more information how I can help your child and you please contact me at conductor.edu@gmail.com

Conductor Available – Hexham

Experienced Conductor-teacher available for private work in Hexham and surrounding areas. Also certified of “Special Yoga for Special Children”.

If you are interested please contact me via email: conductivelife@gmail.com