A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full-time midwife to join the Community Health Team at SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity.
About the role
This role is part of the Community Health Team in British Forces Brunei delivering evidence-based, woman focussed maternity care to women and families of the entitled population. We are seeking an experienced Community Midwife to be part of the provision of a full-time community midwifery service working closely with military and civilian colleagues in primary care and host nation providers of secondary care. You will work with a midwifery colleague and be responsible for delivering and developing community midwifery within Brunei Command, including antenatal and postnatal care, facilitating parent education workshops and support groups and taking part in on-call and weekend working.
A relocation package is available for this role.
About the team
The SSAFA team in Brunei consists of Health Visitors, Midwives and Social Workers, supported by the provision of a visiting Speech and Language Therapist and outreach clinical supervision and support from the Professional Lead for Midwifery. It is fully integrated into and located within the MOD Primary Care Medical Facility.
Registered Nurses Forensic Learning Disabilities
There’s never been a better time to work across New Zealand’s National Centre of Excellence and Innovation for Forensic Learning Disabilities.
The Intellectual Disability Service based in Wellington New Zealand is part of the Mental Health
Addictions and Intellectual Disability Services in the wider Wellington Region. They hold national
and regional provider contracts for the provision of specialist Intellectual Disability Services. This is an exciting career opportunity to join a Service which prides itself on being a centre for
excellence and innovation in models of care and professional development. In addition to the
existing forensic adult, youth and “step down” services, a new six-bed national Individual Service Unit will open in January 2022 providing quality, individualised care for people with high and complex intellectual disability and mental health needs. As a RNMH or RNLD within the service you will get to work across the four specialty areas allowing you to follow the client journey.