DAU Midwife Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust London SE13

  • Part Time
  • London SE13
  • 35,392 - 42,618 £ / Year

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust

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  • NMC
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Pay

  • £35,392 – £42,618 a year

Job type

  • Part-time

Shift and schedule

  • Night shift

Location

London SE13

Full job description

Are you looking to work in an award winning, well-supported, friendly, dynamic, culturally astute, inclusive environment that puts women/birthing people at the centre of a high standard of care.

Our latest CQC report has been published and we have maintained our good rating since 2017 and have been awarded as outstanding for leadership,

Are you wanting to stop working Nights? If so, we have a great opportunity for you.

We are looking for a confident, competent midwife to work days only for 1 long and 1 short day a week. We know how difficult it can be to juggle your home/work life balance so we can be flexible with hours to suit your needs.

Do you enjoy working autonomously and as part of a multi-disciplinary team?

Are you confident to care for clients with confirmed PROM, suspected obstetric cholestasis, reduced fetal movements, hypertension, proteinuria and pre-eclampsia?

Are you confident to take charge of shifts advising junior midwives, doctors and community colleagues on the management of high risk antenatal and postnatal women/birthing people?

Are you able to utilise our clinical guidelines to their full potential facilitating midwifery management of high risk antenatal and postnatal care?

If you can answer yes to the above, then come and join us on a secondment in the DAU team at University Hospital Lewisham.

This post is not suitable for newly qualified midwives or overseas Midwives who do not hold a UK NMC PIN

You will be responsible for the assessment development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care, both for specific groups of clients as the named care provider and in supporting the care of all clients on the ward / unit.

As a qualified midwife you will be required to provide the necessary supervision, care and advice to women/birthing people during pregnancy, labour and the postpartum period and if required, to conduct deliveries under your own responsibility and care for the newborn.

You should have a sound knowledge in all areas of midwifery care, which facilitates clinical practice development.

You will be required to participate in your continuing professional development and other development activities and have completed a preceptorship programme. The post requires you to be an effective communicator and have the ability to provide support for the shift co-ordinator to ensure the effective running of the ward/unit in their absence.

You will also provide daily clinical and managerial leadership to midwifery and support staff in the delivery of evidence based client centred care.

Additional hours available elsewhere in the unit if required.

Our people are our greatest asset. When we feel supported and happy at work, this positivity reaches those very people we are here for, the patients. Engaged employees perform at their best and our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) initiatives contribute to cultivate a culture of engagement. We have four staff networks, a corporate EDI Team and a suite of programmes and events which aim to insert the 5 aspirations:

Improving representation at senior levels of staff with disabilities, from black, Asian, and ethnic minorities background, identify as LGBTQ+ and women, through improved recruitment and leadership development

Widening access (anchor institution) and employability

Improving the experience of staff with disability

Improving the EDI literacy and confidence of trust staff through training and development

Making equalities mainstream

The post holder is responsible for the assessment development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care, both for specific groups of clients as the named care provider and in supporting the care of all clients on the ward / unit. As a qualified midwife the post holder will be required to provide the necessary supervision, care and advice to women/birthing people during pregnancy, labour and the postpartum period, to conduct deliveries under their own responsibility and care for the newborn. They should have a sound knowledge in all areas of midwifery care, which facilitates clinical practice development.

They will be required to participate in their continuing professional development and other development activities and have completed a preceptorship programme.

If working in the hospital, the post requires effective communication and an ability to provide support for the shift co-ordinator to ensure the effective running of the ward/unit in their absence.

The post holder will also provide daily clinical and managerial leadership to midwifery and support staff in the delivery of evidence based client centred care.

The teaching and supervision of student midwives, student nurses and medical students are included.

If the post holder is community based, they are expected to work in the community/ birth centre setting but can be asked to rotate between all clinical areas to cover service needs and demands at times of escalation.

The post holder will be expected to work in the hospital or community environment covering all shifts and on call commitments (Community) as required by the service.

To apply for this job please visit www.lewishamandgreenwich.nhs.uk.

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Ethan Anderson

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