A midwife provides direct clinical services to mothers and newly born babies. They give physician-supervised physical and emotional care to the mothers throughout labor, delivery and postpartum phases. They also evaluate and manage the labor and delivery process, provide care to the newborns and help mothers care for themselves and newborns.
A Midwife Resume is the most important part of your job search. This document markets you and your credentials to a prospective employer and invite them to learn about your nursing and midwifery skills and qualifications.
Submitting a well-written resume along with an attractive midwife cover letter is the primary step in your midwife job application process. Your goal in writing an effective resume is to explain your key experiences and accomplishments in a way that interest the hiring manager. Midwifes who best write their past experiences, education, and skills have good chances of further consideration.
32 Example Street, Midlothian, VA 65812
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Professional Summary: Driven RN with over 2 years’ experience in providing comfort, support and knowledge in medical-midwifery care. Able to converse efficiently with patients, families, visitors, healthcare team, physicians and management. Comprehensive knowledge of professional nursing theory, clinical practice standards, normal fetal growth and progress. Demonstrated ability to record assessments and interventions. Able to prepare reports and presentations.
[List your career accomplishments here]
Bon Secours Health System – Midlothian, VA | May 2013 – Dec 2014
• Manage the care of normal antepartum cases including teaching, counseling and support
• Perform pelvic examinations
• Manage labor, including teaching and support
• Take health history
• Perform and record the obstetrical physical assessment
• Perform local anesthesia
City Healthcare – Midlothian, VA | Sep 2012 – May 2013
• Cared of normal newborn
• Recorded the labor and delivery process and time
• Assessed and reviewed findings with the physicians and mothers
• Administered analgesia in keeping with standing orders
• Performed and recorded physical assessment of newborns
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS
University of Virginia, Department of Nursing – Midlothian, VA
BS in Nursing – 2008
Certified Nurse Midwife license of Virginia – Current
• Highly skilled in using computers and ability to learn new software programs
• Able to remain focused and organized during hectic situations
• Profound ability to provide leadership in clinical area of knowledge and in meeting organizational goals
• Demonstrated ability to withstand prolonged standing and walking