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Be part of a team that delivers more

Are you looking for an exciting new midwifery opportunity?

County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust is looking for both experienced and newly qualified midwives to join our teams in both Durham and Darlington.

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We are looking for dedicated, caring and skilled professionals who are passionate about giving women the best care throughout their pregnancy, during their delivery and after their baby is born.

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As a UNICEF accredited Trust, we are constantly improving outcomes for mums and babies, and we are committed to providing women and their families with choices and continuity of care to ensure safer deliveries.

Working as part of our midwifery team, you will have a rewarding and varied role with plenty of chances to develop new skills and knowledge.

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By joining us you will be a part of a life-changing career, and you can look forward to:

  • a positive and supportive environment
  • flexible working
  • the opportunity to work in a hospital and community setting
  • making a bigger difference to your patients
  • manageable case loads
  • a preceptorship/mentoring programme
  • training and development including progression to specialist roles

Hear from some of our midwives about why they enjoy their roles here at County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust in this short video.

 

Ready to help us deliver more? See our latest vacancies and apply now on NHS Jobs.

'I have to compliment everyone on their pleasant persona and their expertise and knowledge. By the end of the 5 days, I did not feel as though I had been in a hospital ward and was very relaxed.'

Patient, Ward 16 Orthopaedics, University Hospital of North Durham