Clinical Charge Midwife
Auckland DHB
Auckland, NZ
1d ago

We are all about making this a great place to come to work every day yes, it is busy, but we are committed to making this a well-supported unit!

  • Make a real difference for women, their babies and families
  • Two openings available
  • Do you have an interest in teaching and supporting newly qualified staff and promoting midwifery-led care and normal birth?

    We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our Labour and Birthing Suite as a Clinical Charge Midwife.

    About the Role

    As the Clinical Charge Midwife your duties include :

  • Providing advice and support to other midwives, women and their families
  • Dealing with challenging situations with your excellent communication and clinical skills
  • Working closely with the multi-disciplinary teams and the Charge Midwife Manager.
  • Auckland DHB provides lots of work perks such as free educational seminars, discounted gym memberships and health services and provides a workplace support service to make working here a great experience.

    We have excellent investment in staff education and development and a strong research culture across maternity services.

    If you are keen to be part of midwifery with a difference, then apply now!

    If you are having issues with your online application, please contact Maylaine at

    Auckland DHB is committed to the application of the Children Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children.

    This position is a Core Children’s worker as defined by the Act.

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