Salary for midwife

Average salary


4100 £

Basic salary 2100 £
Maximum Wage 8900 £
2100 £
Lowest
5500 £
Average
8900 £
Highest

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The average salary for the midwife position is 4100 £

Salary in companies


FIDELIS HEALTHCARE 12640 £
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CORNERSTONE RECRUITMENT 8916 £
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BOWIESPRO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 7360 £
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CROMWELL MEDICAL STAFFING 6880 £
2100 £ 12640 £
VIVID HEALTHCARE SEARCH 6436 £
2100 £ 12640 £
TRUST NURSE SERVICES 6240 £
2100 £ 12640 £
QUALITY LOCUM SOLUTIONS 6080 £
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TFS HEALTHCARE 5867 £
2100 £ 12640 £
SERVICE CARE SOLUTIONS 5240 £
2100 £ 12640 £
CLINICAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 5120 £
2100 £ 12640 £

Comment on the job position of midwife

Benefits


  • mutual

Requirements


  • registered Midwife with current registration and endorsement from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • demonstrated experience in providing high-risk antenatal and postnatal care, particularly with women facing drug and alcohol concerns
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team
  • commitment to evidence-based practice and continuous professional development
  • canberra Hospital is a leading healthcare facility committed to delivering exceptional patient care
  • bachelor's degree in Midwifery or a related field. A recognized midwifery qualification is essential
  • valid registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • proven experience as a Midwife within the NHS
  • excellent knowledge of current midwifery practices, procedures, and guidelines
  • strong interpersonal and communication skills to establish rapport with patients, families, and colleagues
  • ability to handle stressful and emotionally charged situations with empathy and composure
  • proficient in electronic medical record keeping systems and basic computer applications
  • to be successful for this role, being a great team player and having 6 months of NHS experience is required
  • A valid NMC pin is required
  • to be successful for this role, being a great team player and having 6 months of NHS experience would be beneficial. A valid NMC pin is required
  • NHS Nursing: 1 year
  • band
  • hospitals
  • midwifery
  • bookings

Responsibility


  • demonstrate clinical leadership and expertise in midwifery-led continuity of care
  • co-ordinate and provide advanced midwifery-led continuity of care in accordance with relevant guidelines and legislation
  • promote midwives as valuable experts within the multidisciplinary team
  • supporting the orientation and supervision of new staff and students, acting as a role model to promote evidence-based practice
  • collaborating with Obstetric teams and Allied Health Teams in a multidisciplinary approach
  • contribute to the development of policies, procedures, and quality activities to foster excellence in midwifery care
  • ensuring clinical care is of the highest quality, consistent with current evidence and practice initiatives in the relevant area of specialty
  • commit to ongoing professional development and lead in continuing education, reflective practice, and supervision of new clinical staff
  • as a Registered Midwife in this role, you will be responsible for coordinating safe and effective care for high-risk antenatal women, postnatal women, and babies in the immediate postnatal period
  • additionally, you will be involved in the care of women with drug and alcohol concerns, high-risk mental health in the Pregnancy Enhancement Program , and admissions through the Emergency Department for early pregnancy concerns or persistent pelvic pain
  • coordinating and providing direct care to women and their families during the antenatal and postnatal period, with a primary focus on those with drug and alcohol concerns
  • providing exceptional antenatal, intrapartum, and postnatal care to expectant mothers and their infants
  • conducting regular assessments, examinations, and screenings to ensure the health and well-being of both mother and baby throughout pregnancy and childbirth
  • offering professional advice, guidance, and emotional support to mothers and their families
  • collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to develop and implement comprehensive care plans tailored to the individual needs of each patient
  • assisting in the preparation and conducting of various birthing techniques and methods, including natural births, water births, and caesarean sections
  • monitoring the progress of labor and providing necessary interventions to ensure a safe and smooth delivery process
  • administering medications, injections, and intravenous fluids as required
  • documenting all patient interactions, procedures, and observations accurately and maintaining complete and up-to-date medical records
  • if you are an RM who wants more flexibility, better pay rates, benefits or even just to feel appreciated, give us a call to discuss