Midwives

Summary

We need midwives for temporary, last minute placements in NHS, HSE and private hospitals, as well as some specialist community settings, across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return you’ll receive full professional support from us.

Requirements

A valid NMC or NMBI Pin

A willingness to work to our company expectations

A minimum of 18 months experience in the last 2 years

Evidenced completion of Child Protection Training (Level 3)

At least 9 months experience in the last 15 months independently conducting uncomplicated births and experience attending high risk deliveries

Do you meet the requirements?

Guild nurses benefit from:

High rates of pay

Paid NMC fees

Travel expenses reimbursed

Flexible shift patterns

Free annual flu voucher

Access to voluntary training

24/7 nurse led telephone support

High rates of pay

Paid NMC fees

Travel expenses reimbursed

Flexible shift patterns

Free annual flu voucher

Access to voluntary training

24/7 nurse led telephone support

Guild nurses benefit from: High rates of pay

Guild nurses benefit from: Paid NMC fees

Guild nurses benefit from: Travel expenses reimbursed

Guild nurses benefit from: Flexible shift patterns

Guild nurses benefit from: Free annual flu voucher

Guild nurses benefit from: Access to voluntary training

Guild nurses benefit from: 24/7 nurse led telephone support

Guild nurses benefit from: High rates of pay

Guild nurses benefit from: Paid NMC fees

Guild nurses benefit from: Travel expenses reimbursed

Guild nurses benefit from: Flexible shift patterns

Guild nurses benefit from: Free annual flu voucher

Guild nurses benefit from: Access to voluntary training

Guild nurses benefit from: 24/7 nurse led telephone support

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