Midwifery jobs Scotland: next steps
We’re recruiting now in Fife, Forth Valley, Grampian, Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Highland, Lothian and Tayside.
Contact us to find out more about midwifery opportunities in NHSScotland. Even if you’re not quite ready to make the move yet, please contact us for a chat about future opportunities.
The Kingdom of Fife is situated in the east of Scotland, between the Firth of Tay to the north and Firth of Forth to the south. A mix of urban and rural living, Fife is a fantastic place to live and work, with a high standard of living and quality of life.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Fife, email:
- Pamela Galloway - Pamela.Galloway@nhs.scot
NHS Forth Valley
Historically and geographically known as the heart of Scotland, the Forth Valley's two main urban centres are Stirling and Falkirk. Stirling is a historic city with striking architecture, while Falkirk has always been an important trading and industrial centre for Scotland.
Situated in the central belt of Scotland, midway between Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Forth Valley is well-located for transport to both cities, and the cost of living within the area is relatively affordable.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Forth Valley, email:
- Alison McBride - email@example.com
Grampian is situated in the north east of Scotland, stretching from beautiful and the wild northern coasts of Moray and Aberdeenshire to the Cairngorms National Park, home to some of the highest mountains in the UK.
The area offers both rural and urban living, with a stunning coastline that stretches all the way from Elgin in the north to Angus in the south.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Grampian, email:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde sits on the River Clyde, on the west coast of Scotland, and is the largest Health Board in the UK.
The region is home to Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, and with its world-class museums, galleries, restaurants and entertainment venues, you'll never be stuck for something to do.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, email:
- Mairi McDermid - Mairi.McDermid@ggc.scot.nhs.uk
NHS Highland is geographically the largest Health Board in Scotland, comprising the Argyll and Bute Council area to the southwest and the Highland Council area to the northwest.
A predominantly rural area, the region is home to stunning scenery, including miles of spectacular coastline, mountain ranges and lochs.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Highland, email:
- Fiona Helbert - Fiona.Helbert@nhs.scot
Geographically, NHS Lothian covers the City of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian, and West Lothian Council areas.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city, contains some of the country’s best attractions and award-winning restaurants, with almost limitless leisure activities to enjoy. There are also many sites of historic interest, including Edinburgh Castle, Linlithgow Palace, the Forth Bridges and Rosslyn Chapel.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Lothian, email:
- Katy Ruggeri - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tayside offers the perfect blend of city, countryside, and coastline, with cultural hubs and breath-taking beaches. The region covers about 3,000 square miles from the North Sea to the central Highlands and Cairngorms.
Home to the River Tay, Scotland's longest river, the cultural centre of Dundee and the historic town of Perth, Tayside is an innovative and exciting place to live and work.
To find out about opportunities in NHS Tayside, email:
- Lesley Robb - email@example.com
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