New Zealand Midwifery

Migration Associates’ strategic partner New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Midwives for permanent roles across New Zealand.

New Zealand Midwives

New Zealand Midwives provide care and advice to women during pregnancy, labour and childbirth, and postnatal care for women and babies in a range of settings such as the home, community, hospitals, clinics and health units.

Tasks

  • providing advice and support during pre-conception, intrapartum, antenatal and postnatal periods in partnership with women
  • providing care and management of pregnancy and birth
  • assessing progress and recognising warning signs of abnormal and potentially abnormal pregnancies requiring referral to an Obstetrician
  • monitoring the condition of women and foetuses during pregnancy and throughout labour
  • conducting health education classes and seminars to promote the health of mothers and babies such as reproductive health, antenatal education, preparation for parenthood and breastfeeding
  • providing advice on nutrition, childcare and family planning

Qualifications and Work Experience Required
Registration with the Midwifery Council of New Zealand – Registration requirements include Degree or Diploma in Midwifery and a minimum of two years post qualification work experience.

Apply Now!
If you can carry out the tasks listed above and meet the qualification and work experience requirements, please complete our free initial NZ visa evaluation and upload your CV. Once completed one of our Licensed Immigration Advisers will be in touch with you and we will forward your details to a Candidate Manager from New Zealand Skills in Demand.

This is New Zealand Seminars
If you want to find out more in person, please attend one of our This is New Zealand seminars at the following locations:

  • London, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham

Please click on the following link for further details: This is New Zealand Seminars

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