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Recruiting the best for the Black Country

2024-04-30T13:12:55+01:00Tuesday 30 April 2024|

Midwives who want to make a difference in the Black Country are being invited to a recruitment event next month.

Organised by the Black Country Local Maternity and Neonatal System (BCLMNS), the event on 21 May, is being held to show Band 5 Midwives the opportunities across Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell.

It is being held in the Parent Craft Room, on the first floor of the maternity building at City Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham, B18 7QH.

Potential Black Country Midwives will also be able to find out more about the Preceptorship period which has been standardised across the four acute Trusts.

Helen Hurst, Chief Midwifery Officer for the BCLMNS, said: “We have a number of Band 5 vacancies available across the Black Country and, following other successful recruitment events, we wanted to focus on the opportunities for these staff.

“We have recently aligned our Preceptorship period so that all four Trusts offer this structured support for a period of 12-18 months, and we are always keen to shine the spotlight on our region as a great place to work.

“Attendees will also have a chance to visit the new Midland Metropolitan University Hospital and see its state-of-the-art facilities as well as have a real taste of how it will be at the heart of our community.

“We have some amazing teams whose innovation, enthusiasm and compassion has left a mark on so many families’ lives and we want others to come and be an important part of our Black Country family. Keep the date free!”

Anyone interested will be interviewed on the day and will be able to indicate a preferred place of work. Job offers may be made on the day but if there are high numbers interested this process may take a little longer. Further details will be released soon.

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