Return to Practice- Registered Midwives - Women's Health Service, Te Whatu Ora
Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau offers financial support for midwives returning to practice and also practical support such as dedicated midwifery clinical coaching across our maternity settings.
We welcome expressions of interest from midwives who are interested in:
- A permanent position
- Re-establishing their career at 0.6FTE and above, in either our Middlemore Hospital Birthing and Assessment Unit or Pukekohe Primary Birthing Unit”
Come work in a midwifery driven environment that strives to meet the needs of our mama, pepe and whaanau as well as our midwives’ passion and drive to give outstanding care that is second to none.
Our values of Whakawhanaungatanga (Valuing everyone), Manaakitanga (Kindness), Kotahitanga (Together) and Rangatiratanga (Excellence) support our desire to meet the needs of a diverse and wonderful community.
Counties Manukau Health has the highest birthing population of any DHB in New Zealand with 7,720 women giving birth in the region during 2019 (inclusive of private birth units and homebirths) so there is wide variety of experience to be gained.
Some of the benefits of working at CM Health include:
- A relocation allowance for those moving from outside of Auckland
- A learning environment focused on supporting you and your career pathway
- Flexibility with shifts and locations of work
If you would love to come back to a rewarding career, please register your interest by applying online through careers.countiesmanukau.health.nz/ or for further information please contact Deputy Chief Midwife Sarah Nicholson 021 391 363 or Fran Upoko in the Recruitment Centre on 09 276 0044 ext 53499
If you are an internationally registered midwife please visit the Midwifery Council of New Zealand’s website to explore your eligibility for New Zealand registration https://www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/
Job number: CMH07335
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