Could you be one of our #RealMidwivesofWalsall?

When I drive home and think back over what I've done, such as making a difference to a woman's experience, I'm really proud to have played a part.”

Those are the words of Vicky, one of the midwives at Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, who loves her role and is #WalsallandProud to be supporting local women. Are you a qualified midwife who would like to join Vicky and our team?

The Trust is holding a midwifery recruitment event on Saturday 10 February 2018, from 10am – 4pm at Walsall Manor Hospital.

Midwives are invited to come and find out more about development opportunities, get a chance to see the department and speak to the team directly (including specialist midwives and colleagues from innovative services such as perinatal mental health and health in pregnancy). 

Zena Williams is newly qualified and did all her training here - choosing to start her career with our Trust.

"I have seen for myself that feedback past trainees has given has brought about changes. The Trust has listened to what midwives have said and done more to support them,” she said
"I have been guided all the way but allowed to lead when I have been confident to do so. I love following women's journeys and it is a privilege to do so."

Lauren Middleton said: "It's an honour to be a midwife and what makes the job is the women we support. We never know exactly how each delivery will go but we are an important part of women's experiences.

My colleagues are really supportive and we look after each other. It's a good place to work."

And Vicky Christian added: 1"When I drive home and think back over what I've done, such as making a difference to a woman's experience, I'm really proud to have played a part. When you're a midwife women and their families remember what you did and how you acted and that is so important."

We want to support you to work in a role that suits both your needs and the needs of the organisation. Why not pop along to the recruitment event and discuss what could work for you?

There may be an opportunity to be interviewed on the day so please allow two hours for a potential interview and pre-employment checks. 

Find more information at www.jobs.nhs.uk and search using reference 407-MATERNITY

Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Tuesday, January 30, 2018 1:53:00 PM Categories: Maternity Services