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Welcome to our careers section providing you with information about working in maternity and neonatal services, including how to start your career and how to progress within your chosen field.
Midwives provide care and support to women and their families while pregnant, throughout labour and during the period after a baby’s birth.More Information
Maternity support workers are the frontline of a family's journey through pregnancy, childbirth and the first few days of birth.More Information
Health visitors are specialist community public health nurses, (SCPHN) registered midwives or nurses.More Information
Newborn hearing screeners help and support families with vital information about their babies' hearing.More Information
Neonatal nurses care for newborn babies who are born premature or sick. A newborn baby can suffer from a range conditions requiring treatment.More Information
Sussex Platform for Education, Careers, and Skills.More Information
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