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Working in maternal and child health

The Maternal and Child Health is based in the Family Services Department and provides information, advice and personal support to those caring for babies and young children, through initial home visits and appointments to Maternal and Child Health centres.
The service provides information, advice and personal support to those caring for babies and young children, through initial home visits and appointments to Maternal and Child Health centres.

The centres are designed to provide a variety of child and family focused services and may include a preschool, consulting rooms for Maternal and Child Health staff, and a playroom for community groups. The team, which includes specialist nurses and a family support worker, has expertise in normal development and behaviour of children 0-6 years.

The team is supported by a full induction program, ongoing mentoring, reflective practice sessions and professional development opportunities. Administrative support maintains a centralised booking system, managed workloads with scheduled lunch breaks and daily administrative time. Also we offer a well supported computer system with ongoing training and opportunities for career advancement.

Applying for jobs in maternal and child health

All positions within Bayside's maternal and child health department are advertised in the Current vacancies section of the website.


Page last updated: 15 Dec 2014

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