Charge Midwife – High Risk Clinic

Job ID:16869
Title:Charge Midwife – High Risk Clinic
Location:Auckland
Employment Type:Full time
Posted: Oct 18, 2019

Job Description

  • Be a part of an encouraging and collaborative team striving to provide world-class health care to our patients.
  • Opportunity to join our largest tertiary Women’s Health Service in Australasia.
  • 0.9 FTE, Permanent Position

National Women’s Health is one of the largest tertiary Women’s Health Service in Australasia and provides maternity and gynaecology care to the women and children of Auckland and complex care to the women of New Zealand. Our vision is Excellent Women’s Health through Empowerment and Partnership.

As the Charge Midwife, you will be leading the midwifery teams within Maternal Medicine, Fetal Medicine and Diabetes Services. You will bring proven leadership skills and be a role model for our Midwives. Knowledge of the NZ Maternity system and significant proven midwifery experience in secondary and tertiary care is essential.

What’s on offer

Our Midwives enjoy variety and autonomy as part of the multidisciplinary team. We take great pride in the professional development of our workforce and can offer you clear pathways to learn and develop professionally across a range of speciality midwifery practice, including clinical expertise, education, research and leadership

You will be a valued member of a collaborative team and we will provide a thorough orientation as well as on-going support and training.

Qualifications:

  • Midwifery Council of NZ registration
  • NZ Midwifery registration/ APC
  • Postgraduate qualification or enrolled in an appropriate course or equivalent experience
  • Extensive experience and expertise in midwifery practice
  • Minimum five years’ experience post registration
  • Demonstrated competence in a leadership role
  • Led or managed improvement projects or initiatives
  • Budget management skills
  • Knowledge of quality improvement processes and principles
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi and implications for midwifery practice
  • Proficient computer literacy

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