Job Title -Community Midwife - Band 6 Hours per week-37.50 Perm/Fixed Term-Full Time/ Part Time hours available- Permanent
Salary-�35,392 - �42,618 Per Annum Pro Rata Closing Date-30th November 2023 Interview Date-TBC Flexible working available upon request Please note: At present we are not looking to recruit international candidates without complete NMC registration due to the time scales involved. This post may close early due to high numbers of applicationsso you are advised to apply promptly.
All correspondence for this vacancy will be sent by email please check your account regularly including your Junk and SPAM areas. A great and friendly place to work, so bring your passion, commitment and expertise and enjoy the opportunities to make a difference every day. #JoinTeamEliot Main duties of the job
We are a forward thinking maternity unit, we offer high quality maternity care to women, service users and their families. We have a keen focus on staff health and wellbeing, and a compassionate approach to workforce management. We are led by a supportive management team who value the incredible input of each team member and the fantastic contribution they make to safe and exemplary care every day.
As a maternity unit we are innovative and offer excellent opportunities for further career development. You too can help us make a difference.
We are positively promoting the better births vision to provide women in North Warwickshire continuity of care throughout their pregnancy, labour and postpartum period. Successful candidates will work as part of our team in the community setting. We have excellent in house training and close links with Coventry University for our post registration courses. Who we are looking for:
* Safe, highly skilled midwives who demonstrate compassion, commitment and motivation to help deliver high quality care.
* Midwives who uses their initiative to problem solve, have excellent team working and communication skills and who are well-versed in time management
* Colleagues who put patients at the heart of their day and strive to work collaboratively with them, upholding our role as advocates and champions of women.
Full, part time and flexible hours are available and visits or informal chats are very welcome.About us
Here at George Eliot our vision to 'excel at patient care'
takes centre stage. An ever evolving clinically-led acute service provider we are on a journey to continually provide high quality, safe and responsive services delivered by inspiring, friendly and compassionate staff who share our corporate values which underpin everything we do. Our values are not just words on a piece of paper, they bond us together, reflect our ambition and shape who we are: E
ffective Open Communication
cellence and safety in everything we do C
hallenge but support E
xpect respect and dignity L
ocal health that inspires confidence Benefits:
On-site nursery, 27 days minimum annual leave plus bank holidays, cycle to work scheme, flexible working, on-site discounted gym, extensive in-house course learning directory, buying and selling of annual leave, subsidised restaurant, tranquillity garden and generous subsidised on-site parking.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
- To be able to work in all areas of midwifery practice according to service needs.- To work as an autonomous practitioner within the community & hospital setting, recognising any medical, obstetric or neonatal problems that arise and referring women or babies to the appropriate medical support.- As required dependant on rotation allocation participate in a community rota and in the 24hour on-call system- Develop and maintain the clinical skills and knowledge necessary to provide individualised, clinically effective, evidence based midwifery care, as reflected within the Scope of Professional Practise and to be competent in the following:Midwifery led careNeonatal and adult resuscitationSupporting women choosing to labour and give birth in waterSupporting breast feeding in line with the trust policyPerineal repairInterpreting cardiotocograph recordings- To work in partnership with the midwifery team and managers reportingproblems/concerns relating to clinical practice.To- ensure that all policies and procedures relating to drug storage, administration and record keeping are adhered to.- To ensure the provision of excellent, evidence based car for the women and their families.- To act as an advocate for the women ensuring the provision of appropriate information and support services.- Communicate effectively, promoting open and trusting relationships.- To be aware of the uses, safety precautions and handling of equipment.- To assist in the development and review of policies and standards for the safe use of equipment and any new equipment introduced to the team.- Participate in and assist in the planning and implementation of programmes of parent education offered to women and their partners.- To be aware of the George Elliots Strategic Plan and be part of change management to ensure Choice, access and continuity of care in a safe service and to contribute where able to the development of the service to meet these strategies. Managerial
- To organise, prioritise and manage own time in relation to the needs of the woman and caseload.- Support the provision of effective communication between all members of the multidisciplinary team, relatives and visitors.- Assist in ensuring the safety of the department, and the risk managementprocess by actively participating in clinical audit, clinical risk and qualityissues, including the managing of reporting of incidents.- To contribute to the setting and monitoring of standards and quality of care.- Act as a mentor/assessor to student midwives and facilitate their development through challenge and support- The post-holder will have a delegated caseload working as part of a team of midwives.Educational
- To actively assist in the education and practical teaching of learners at every opportunity, through formal and informal teaching- To provide a supportive and challenging environment for students in training- Supervise and orientate learners, temporary staff and staff new to the area.- Maintain own professional development and mandatory training.Professional- Demonstrate a professional approach to work, and act in accordance with the NMC Code of Professional Conduct at all times.- To have knowledge of and adhere to trust policies and professionalstandards.- To maintain confidentiality, privacy and dignity surrounding the womens care at all times.- Ensure documentation, both written and computer related, is complete and up to date, in line with NMC and trust guidelines.- To meet revalidation requirements, identifying own learning needs andensuring own professional development is maintained by keeping up to date with practice developments.Person SpecificationExperience and KnowledgeEssential
- Good level of post registration experience including experience within relevant clinical environment
- Recent experience of managing the care of women in antenatal, intrapartum and post-natal periods
- Participation in patient education programmes
- Knowledge of safeguarding children procedures
- Caring for women choosing to labour and give birth in water
- Able to work across professional team and organisational boundaries
Qualification and ProfessionalEssential
- Experience of midwife led care in the community
- Understanding of audit and research methodologies
- A knowledge of how to handle incidents and clinical complaints
- Registered midwife
- Evidence of ongoing relevant continuing professional development, linked to demonstrate clinical competencies
- Basic life support
- Assessing and mentoring qualification
- perineal repair skills
- Effective organisational and time management skills
- Computing skills to input data, use of the NHS intranet, email and word programmes
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Possession of a relevant degree or studying towards one
George Eliot Hospital NHS TrustAddress
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