We offer a variety of permanent, locum and temporary contracts for Midwifery Nurses in the UK and beyond.
At Care Providers we are proud of the strong relationships we have built with our clients. These allow us to focus on their core requirements and deliver on our promises.
We have a dedicated staff with years of industry experience and we offer an extensive range of individually tailored solutions to workforce issues, such as staffing a new service in full with permanent employees and providing a relief panel (managed in full) to cover unforeseen or planned absences.
Our service includes:
- Permanent, locum and contract staffing options. 24/7 on-call service is also available.
- Cover for annual leave, sick leave or high staffing demands as a result of increased service demand and provision.
- Training courses.
- The comprehensive pre-employment vetting of candidates (this includes Garda and UK police checks).
- Our team of payroll support staff.
- All the staff we provide are vetted in full through an extensive Buying Solutions compliance procedure.
The diverse range of settings
“Privileged” is a word often used by midwives to describe their job. One of the reasons for this is the important role they play in preparing women for the delivery of a new life, which makes them a crucial presence during all the stages of pregnancy, labour and the early postnatal period.
This unique role is demanding and carries a great deal of responsibility, as well as being immensely satisfying on a personal level. Many midwives work within the community and provide services in homes, local clinics, children's centres and GP surgeries. But the option to be hospital based remains a popular one, and in hospitals there are numerous opportunities for midwives on antenatal, labour and postnatal wards and neonatal units.
A midwife is required to undertake professional education at degree level. Midwives may be qualified nurses who have opted to change the direction of their career and undertake the supplementary study needed to be registered as a midwife. Others become midwives by working their way up through a range of roles (such as support roles that do not require extra qualifications) before moving on to study for a registered midwifery degree.
After you have joined Care Providers you will receive the advantages from flexible working conditions, excellent benefits and other opportunities to develop your career. There are few professions that offer so much in terms of job satisfaction and support, as well as giving you the chance to enhance people's lives during their times of need.