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Charge Midwife Manager, Auckland, Counties Manukau Health

Published 2022-06-23
Expires 2022-07-23
ID #1056259228
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Charge Midwife Manager, Auckland, Counties Manukau Health
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published June 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Charge midwife manager


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Charge Midwife Manager- Maternity South

Permanent, Full Time Role

Monday-Friday

Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) is one of the most diverse health care providers in Australasia. Our service has over 7000 births per year and has a strong midwifery focus. We offer primary, secondary and tertiary services, within a variety of hospital and community based facilities. 

We cover the southern region of Auckland’s population, over half of which are of Maaori, Pacific Island and Indian descent. We serve a unique ethnic community, focussing on women and baby centered care promoting normal birth in a supportive, midwifery led atmosphere.

We have a permanent opportunity for an Charge Midwife Manager, to join our leadership team being responsible for Maternity Ward South. This role will provide clinical leadership and direction for staff ensuring effective day to day clinical management of the ward, be accountable for the ward budget and the provision of the highest quality of midwifery and nursing care for women and their whaanau/families. 

Essential Requirements:

· Registration with the NZ Midwifery Council with Current Annual Practicing Certificate

· At least 5 years recent midwifery experience inclusive of Secondary Maternity services

· Demonstrated understanding of the New Zealand Maternity Model of Care and Section 88

· Previous experience leading and co-ordinating teams

· QLP leader with demonstrated clinical expertise

The successful applicant will:

· Be committed to achieving equity

· Be able to empower, facilitate and support development in others

· Be a skilled and credible practitioner

· Be a confident and competent communicator

· Be able to create effective working relationships across a variety of arenas

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    Counties Manukau Health
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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