Closing date: 09/06/2019

Nurses – Midwife – New Zealand
Posted on 09-03-2019 Reference number: 2019036

Midwife – Auckland – New Zealand


The city of Auckland is located in the northern part of the North Island. It is one of the most densely populated areas in New Zealand with about 500,000 inhabitants. The city is surrounded by many wine regions, beautiful beaches, pristine rain forests and the Hauraki Gulf. Auckland has a mild maritime climate with temperatures fluctuating from 11 degrees in the winter and 20 degrees in the summer. With more than 2,000 hours of sunshine per year, the city has one of the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand. Auckland was recently rated as the third-best place to live in the world.

The hospital is an important academic hospital attached to the University of Auckland School of Medicine and provides care to a population of 500,000 in South and East Auckland. It offers secondary and tertiary healthcare to the region. This hospital has 600 beds. The midwifery team provides about 7,500 births per year. Furthermore, medical staff are trained and the entire spectrum of obstetrics is performed. The department has 16 natal- and 77 postnatal beds. The department also has various units where women with different obstetric problems can be admitted.


On behalf of this hospital, we are looking for a midwife for a versatile flexible position.

You will strengthen a highly experienced and enthusiastic team and will cover the entire spectrum of your profession and therefore be deployable anywhere. You will also work at least twice a month but can be flexibly deployed, resulting in varying working hours. Furthermore, you will deal with a challenging patient population where your skills will be tested.

For this position, you must have at least 2 years of obstetric work experience.

The employer offers attractive employment conditions.

For more information about the position described above please contact:

Randa Sawires

Recruitment Consultant

Randa Sawires
Recruitment Consultant
M: +31 6 36 36 35 66
T: +31 6 36 36 35 99