Specialist Midwife for Education and Clinical Skills
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
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Our Maternity education team is expanding and this is an exciting opportunity to join our established team. We are passionate about providing quality training to our multi-disciplinary work-force in order to improve the quality and safety of those accessing out Maternity Service.
Main duties of the job
Fulfilling the objectives outlined in the Maternity Incentive Scheme (CNST) and other pivotal reports such as Ockenden and Kirkup, whilst also embedding local priorities.
The Family Division aims to deliver the highest standards of care for maternity, sexual health, gynaecology and a range of acute and community children's services.
The Division is a Centre of Excellence for Women's and Children's services and has a credible and enviable reputation. We deliver over 6,000 babies and carry around 1500 gynaecological procedures each year, making us a specialist provider of health services for women, babies and their families in the North West Sector of Manchester and beyond.
With births of around 6000 per year, Bolton is the 'Supercentre' for the northwest, providing high quality compassionate care to the women of Bolton, Bury, Salford and beyond.
Recent improvements have led to a stronger focus on providing safe and compassionate care and this has increased opportunities to learn, develop and expand your career.
For further information regarding the key responsibilities of this role please see the attached job description. If you have any further questions regarding this role please do not hesitate to contact us via the information below.
2 years Band 6 Expererience
Mentorship and Preceptorship
Certificate of Sponsorship
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