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  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment

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Nursing/Doctors Vacancies


We offer permanent, locum and temporary contract opportunities for Midwifery Nurses in the UK and further afield.

At Day Webster Healthcare we pride ourselves on the strong relationships we build with all our clients, which enable us to deliver what our clients require and keep the promises we make.

Our dedicated team have strong industry experience and can provide a range of individually tailored workforce solutions, from fully staffing a new service with permanent employees to providing a fully managed relief panel to cover last minute and planned absences.

Our full service consists of:
- Permanent, locum and contract staffing solutions. A 24/7 on-call service is available.
- Ad hoc cover for annual leave, sick leave or increased staffing demands as a result of increased service provision.
- Regular training courses.
- A comprehensive pre-employment candidate vetting service, including a Garda and   UK police check.
- Full payroll support team.
- All our staff are fully vetted through our rigorous compliance procedure.

The diverse range of settings

Midwives often describe their job as “privileged”. The role they have in preparing women for the delivery of new life makes them a vital presence during all stages of pregnancy, labour and the early postnatal period.

As well as the satisfaction it brings, this unique role is demanding and carries a great deal of responsibility. More midwives now work in the community, providing services in women's homes, local clinics, children's centres and GP surgeries. There is of course the option to be hospital based, where there are many opportunities for midwives to work on antenatal, labour and postnatal wards and neonatal units.

Becoming a midwife means undertaking professional education at degree level. Some midwives are qualified nurses who have chosen to change career direction and undertake the extra study necessary to be registered as a midwife. Others begin their career by working their way up via a range of roles, such as support roles that do not require qualifications, before going on to study for a registered midwifery degree.

Once you have joined Day Webster you'll enjoy flexible working conditions, excellent benefits and a wealth of opportunities to develop your career. There are few professions that offer so much in terms of job satisfaction and support, as well as giving you the chance to enhance people's lives during their times of need.


For all queries call our dedicated Midwifery Team on 020 8498 6835 or email

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