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Registered Midwife, Maternity – North Shore Hospital

Waitemata Web COL

Waitemata DHB’s promise is to provide “best care for everyone”. This means believing in and working according to our organisations values of “everyone matters”, “with compassion”, “connected” and “better, best, brilliant”.

  • Waitemata DHB
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Full Time / Part Time / Fixed Term Positions available!

We are looking for passionate midwives to join our team at the North Shore Hospital. We have around 4000 births a year and we offer both primary and secondary maternity care, to a range of women from different cultures and backgrounds. The work is diverse and interesting and we strive to ensure that all women, regardless of complexity, have a fulfilling birth experience.

You will be working within a supportive team who have a great reputation for collegiality and mutual respect. We encourage midwives to develop professionally and take on leadership roles within the service. We are highly innovative and have received a number of awards for leading excellence in maternity care.

We offer a range of shift patterns to ensure that you have a satisfying work life balance. Our orientation is individually tailored to ensure that you are fully supported as you become familiar with our service and systems.

For a friendly and informal discussion about working at North Shore Hospital please contact, Sam Davenport – Midwife Manager, North Shore Hospital on +64 9 839 0000 ext. 43837


If you need assistance with your online application, please email Nyree Hobson, Recruitment Consultant, on nyree.hobson@waitematadhb.govt.nz or phone +64 9 442 7249.

To view a position description click here

Virtual Tour of Maternity Units at Waitakere and North Shore Hospitals

To view a testimonial from some of our Registered Midwives click here

Please apply on-line at www.wdhbcareers.co.nz

Job Reference: NOR05676

“We provide care to diverse communities and are committed to achieving health equity and oranga for our Maori and Pacific communities. We are working hard to support and develop a workforce equipped to deliver “brilliant”,” compassionate” and “connected” care to the people in our communities. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds with the necessary capability, who share and are committed to living our values. If this is you, apply now and join us at Waitemata DHB, where “everyone matters” staff, patients, our community”