We need you to care with us
Waikato Hospital is a tertiary facility and we have over three and a half thousand births per year. As well as caring for women in the Waikato we are also the tertiary hospital for the Midland region for women requiring complex care.
We have an energetic team of midwife managers and medical staff, as well as a supportive team of midwifery leaders who help your transition to a new place of work.
We are all about making this a great place to come to work every day yes, it is busy, but with are committed to making this a very well-
staffed, and well supported tertiary unit.
We provide rotation through all our inpatient areas : birthing suite, women’s assessment unit, ante and post-natal wards and then the choice to home base’ in one area or continue to rotate.
We have a specialist perinatal loss midwife and lactation consultants to support you in your day-to-day work, and educators to help with learning needs, whether that be figuring out how we do things here, or gaining a post-graduate qualification.
We are one of the largest hospitals on one campus in the Southern Hemisphere but we are also a close-knit community with great staff support.
Our DHB provides lots of work perks such as discounted gym memberships and health services, and provides a workplace support service to make working here a great decision.
The Waikato is a great place to work and live, with plenty of recreational activities, relatively affordable housing, great shopping and few traffic issues.
We are close to other major cities for world-renown concerts and events, and we host many world-class sports events here.
We have superb restaurants and plenty of walking and cycling tracks. We are close to Raglan (45 minutes) for brilliant surfing, cafés and chilling, and not too much further to the Coromandel coast with pristine waters and golden sand beaches.
Learn more about living in the Waikato here. (hyperlink to )
We provide assistance to successful candidates joining the Waikato DHB from outside the region to help with their relocation expenses.
Come join us!
Please apply directly online, and click to review the position description. Applications are not able to be accepted via email.
For any queries about the role please contact Tracy Jackson in the Recruitment Team on 027 265 8142 or email tracy.jackson waikatodhb.health.nz
open until filled