Registered Midwife, New Beginnings Midwifery
Aug 1, 2019
Midwifery job openings within British Columbia are advertised here. Vacancies in other provinces can be found through the Canadian Association of Midwives website.
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New Beginnings Midwifery is now lookng to hire a midwife to join our team beginning August 2019 for a
minimum 20 months, with the possibility of extending the position long term for the right candidate.
The Midwives Association of BC is accepting applications for the position of Program and Communications Assistant
The Midwives Association of BC (MABC) is a professional association, staffed by a small team dedicated to providing support for midwives and the profession of midwifery.
The MABC is looking for an experienced program and communications assistant who has an interest in the profession of midwifery and the maternal health care issues in British Columbia. They must have the skill and willingness to take direction, work independently and to work in cooperation with office colleagues.
Start Date: February 1, 2019
Deadline: January 15, 2019
Terms: 28-40 hours per week. Permanent position with room for growth.
Under the direction of the Program Manager and the Communications Manager the candidate will be responsible for:
The successful candidate will have:
Preference may be given to applicants with graphic design skills, project coordination experience, familiarity with and interest in the profession of midwifery and/or 2 years’ experience in a related position.
Please note that we will only review applications that include both a resume and a cover letter. Only candidates eligible to work in Canada will be reviewed and only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
West Coast Health Collective (WCHC) is looking for one FULL TIME Midwife to cover THREE AND A HALF MONTHS starting March 2019. We are excited for the possibilities of applicants from all Provinces and welcome new graduate applicants.
AT WCHC we believe in collaborative care and share a commitment to the community as well as informed choice. We have excellent interprofessional relationships and currently hold privileges at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and will soon have privileges at Langley Memorial Hospital.
Our catchment area includes: Abbotsford, Langley as well as parts of Mission and Chilliwack.
Our midwives currently work in a primary care model amongst a team of supportive midwives, doulas, traditional chinese medicine (TCM) and registered massage therapy. We are flexible and have excited about our caseloads and call schedules. This has allowed for more personalized care for our clients and a more balanced work/life schedule for our midwives. We value regular and meaningful time off and strive to work collaboratively with schedules that work for everyone. This means we are flexible and are committed to supporting one another for regular time off. We are open to brainstorming other models and will take the successful candidates suggestions into consideration.
Our Midwives are experienced and passionate about home birth as well as information sessions around the safety of homebirth and other hot topics such as placenta encapsulation, birth art, optimal fetal positioning, menstrual health/cup workshops, etc.
Our beautiful and cozy clinic is located conveniently in the heart of Abbotsford. E are also close to many great areas for hiking, camping and adventuring, We’re a quick jaunt over to Harrison Hot Springs, Vancouver, the Interior and of course beautiful Washington D.C. And let’s not forget Vancouver Island and Whistler aren’t too far for a weekend away. Abbotsford International Airport also makes travelling out of province or country fast and convenient.
We are hoping the right locum will be available to start March 2019.
Remuneration is consistent with British Columbia Midwives’ Locum fees, unless a permanent position with us is granted and then this will be renegotiated.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, please contact us at:
Please forward your CV with cover letter and references.
The Department of Midwifery at BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre and Providence Health Care, St. Paul’s Hospital, invites interested midwives to apply for medical staff privileges. There are currently 6 vacant positions eligible; three positions for privileges at St. Paul’s Hospital only and require a commitment to SPH for a minimum of 2 years before being eligible to apply for BCW privileges, and three positions for dual privileges at both BC Women’s Hospital and St Paul’s Hospital. Members of the Department of Midwifery work in community based clinics, and provide midwifery services to women and their families who reside in the city of Vancouver and surrounding communities.
A prospective medical staff member (Applicant) must:
Six successful applicants will be invited to apply for privileges at BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre (PHSA) and/or Providence Health Care, St. Paul’s Hospital (VCH).
Preference will be given to applicants intending to work full-time in order to help meet the high demand for midwifery care in Vancouver
The Department of Midwifery is committed to increasing workforce diversity and encourages Aboriginal midwives and midwives from underrepresented groups to apply and self-identify.
Only completed applications comprising of the following will be considered.
Please submit completed applications any of the following ways:
Mail: Administrative Assistant
Department of Midwifery
BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre 4500 Oak St, Box 162
Room D204K Vancouver BC V6H 3N1
Fax: (604) 875-3261
If you are unable to open the attached document, please contact Tracey Chang at email@example.com or (604) 875-2424, ext. 6460, for assistance.
The deadline for completed application packages is 17:00 PST, Friday, November 16th, 2018. Applications after this deadline will not be considered.
All applicants will be contacted by November 23rd, 2018, regarding her/his application status. Receipt of all applications will be confirmed by e-mail. If you have not received confirmation within 24 hours or by 10:00 am the following Monday morning, it is your responsibility to contact Tracey Chang via e-mail to confirm receipt.
Interviews will be held on Thursday, November 29th, 2018, in Vancouver (in-person only).
Successful applicants will be notified within a week of interviews and immediately invited to apply for medical staff privileges. Please note that activation of medical staff privileges can take up to three months.
For information on our department, please visit our website at www.midwivesinvancouver.ca.
Our small but resilient group of midwives working in Nunavut are putting the call out to our colleagues in the south to see if there are midwives who would like to join our teams by filling a casual position in either Rankin Inlet or Cambridge Bay (or both). These casual positions are needed for ongoing coverage of fulltime positions and/or for vacation coverage. We are offering 4-8 week casual contracts and exceptions could be made for shorter 2-4 week contracts when we are experiencing staffing crisis, ie: summer and Christmas depending on the location and need.
Rankin Inlet is a community on the Western shore of Hudson Bay in the central Arctic. It has a population of 2,800 people. With easy access to both the tundra and the bay, Rankin Inlet provides an excellent opportunity to explore Canada’s unique northern environment. We are host to amazing northern lights, incredible full moon evenings, lots of snow and renowned winter weather. To balance the long winter nights, spring and summer bring almost 24 hours of daylight, migrating birds, caribou and beautiful wildflowers.
The Birthing Center has been providing antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care to women from Rankin Inlet since 1993. Women from the surrounding 7 communities can also choose to give birth in Rankin Inlet, and midwives travel to other communities in the Kivalliq region, when we have enough staff, to provide prenatal care. Consultation and transfer takes place with obstetricians at the St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg.
Cambridge Bay, located on southern Victoria Island, is the regional center for the Kitikmeot communities. Its Inuktitut name means, “fair fishing place.” There is an abundance of wild life near the community including musk oxen, and several roads providing great access for hiking and camping.
Midwifery services began in September 2009 and the Birthing Centre opened February 2010, serving low risk women from around the Kitikmeot region. Midwives do outreach services to all the communities and consultation and transfer takes place with obstetricians at the Stanton Hospital in Yellowknife.
Registered Midwives have regular clinic hours and a rotating on-call schedule. Midwives work in a salaried employment model and are members of the Nunavut Employee’s Union. Hourly rate is $48.55 to $55.17 with northern allowance and compensation for standby, call back and overtime. Accommodation is provided at a daily rate. Travel to Cambridge Bay and/or Rankin Inlet is arranged by the government of Nunavut.
The candidates we are looking for must be registered with a Canadian College of Midwives or recognized midwifery body or be a graduate from MMBP or PLEA and registered with the Nunavut Midwifery Registration Committee. Ideally, you should have at least 1 full year of clinical midwifery experience. Active certification in fetal health surveillance, CPR, NRP and ESW, and FHS is required. Preceptor experience and experience providing midwifery care in a remote area is an asset.
Knowledge of communities, culture, land and Inuit Qaujimajatugangit is an asset.
* Please note: position start date is as soon as possible.
For Rankin Inlet inquiries, please contact:
For Cambridge Bay inquiries, please contact:
Sharyne Fraser, RM at firstname.lastname@example.org, 867-983-4504
In this unique role, you will be working in an established multidisciplinary Health Centre in Surrey which provides comprehensive health services to pregnant and early parenting women impacted by violence, trauma and/ or substance use, and their infants/children. The Centre operates with a woman centered, Trauma Informed and a Harm Reduction philosophy.
You will provide midwifery care within a team of dedicated and committed experts. The multi- disciplinary team includes Nurse Practitioners, Physician, Clinical Supervisor, RN, MOAs, Social Worker, Counsellors, Dental Hygienist, Dietitian and availability of access to Specialists on site.
Care is shared among the medical team, with the client seeing the most appropriate provider. Prenatal care is a team approach. As the Midwife on the team you are responsible for prenatal care for low risk pregnancies. Additionally, shared care with the Nurse Practitioners for prenatal clients who are stable on Opiate Agonist Therapy. High risk pregnancies and clients with complex needs will be seen by the General Practitioner and/or the Obstetrician. Onsite referral to an Obstetrician and Maternal-Fetal Specialist is available.
The health services we provide include:
The Health Centre operates five days per week and is co-located with a shelter, daycare and second stage housing for women and children at Maxxine Wright Place. Your schedule will consist of 1-2 half days per week. The days are negotiable depending on office space.
Fraser Health is one of Canada's largest and fastest growing health authorities. With over 26,000 employees, 2,900 physicians and more than 6,000 volunteers, we serve more than 1.8 million people - over one third of the entire population in British Columbia.
Twelve acute care hospitals, BC’s first dedicated outpatient care and surgery centre and a wide range of services in public health, home health, mental health and residential care facilities - all within Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Known as one of the most desirable places to live in the world, these dynamic communities along with inspiring scenery and easy access to an abundance of outdoor activities provide an amazing quality of life.
We are proud of the innovation, dedication, integrity and tenacity of our physicians, employees and volunteers. More than any building or technology, it's our people who make Fraser Health distinct.
Fraser Health values diversity in the work force and strives to maintain an environment of Respect, Caring & Trust.
Your qualifications will include eligibility for licensure with the College of Midwives of BC and hospital privileges at Surrey Memorial Hospital. You have a passion for working with pregnant and early parenting women with a variety of mental health and substance use challenges.
Compensation by direct MSP billing. Additionally, a top up will cover orientation time and to attend meetings.
There are no overhead expenses. Fraser Health provides office supplies, clinic supplies and MOA support.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity, please contact us at email@example.com
*please note that the position start date is TBD
New Beginnings Midwifery of Prince George, BC is seeking a locum midwife to cover for one of our team members from July 1st, 2019 to August 31st, 2019, preferably someone in the rural locum program. New Registrants will be considered but experienced midwives are preferred.
New Beginnings Midwifery is comprised of one solo midwife and a team of two midwives sharing a caseload of 8 to 10 clients/month. We have a homebirth rate of about 35%. The locum we seek is for one of the shared-care midwives, who alternate clinic weeks and have every second week off call. Our clinic is located in downtown Prince George and has part time administrative support. The right candidate may have use of the midwife’s home during the locum, which is 5 minutes drive from both the clinic and the hospital. Locum Privileges will need to be obtained at the University Hospital of Northern BC, which is a Level III Trauma facility and teaching hospital with 1,100 births annually.
Prince George is a thriving northern community with population of 74,000 which has undergone a recent culture shift influenced by the popularity of the University of Northern BC. There are a great deal of activities available here; great yoga, cafes and pubs with live music downtown as well as beautiful hiking and camping opportunities in all directions outside of town. The city sits at the intersection of the Nechako and Fraser Rivers, and is a major hub for the north of BC. There is high demand for midwifery care in this community.
Please contact Emily to apply and for more information.