Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Yale School of Nursing (YSN) is seeking candidates for a Certified Nurse-Midwife position. The Yale Midwifery Faculty Practice is growing and is focused on building upon the strength of our unique backgrounds. We are looking for a candidate who will bring new perspectives and more depth to our team. Midwives, with more than two years of experience, seeking an opportunity to practice full scope midwifery and precept in a collaborative practice model are encouraged to apply.
Yale Midwives practice in a variety of settings, caring for diverse populations of people and attend births at Yale-New Haven Hospital. In this setting, midwives, physicians, residents, midwifery students, nurses and doulas work together to promote physiologic birth where the patient is at the center of the care model. This supportive environment fosters opportunities for growth and mentorship. There are opportunities to engage in research and teaching, if desired.
The Yale School of Nursing is fortunate to maintain a continuously operated faculty practice for more than 50 years. Faculty at YSN have an additional faculty appointment with the Yale School of Medicine as we work with the OB/GYN residents and occasionally with medical students. If you would like more information about this position and our practice, please contact the practice director at email@example.com.
Yale University School of Nursing is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Members of underrepresented ethnic and racial groups, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, persons of all gender identities and sexual orientations, and are strongly encouraged to apply.
Yale University provides a dynamic and engaging environment for over 9,000 employees whose work helps to build a better world and a stronger community. As a continuously expanding institution, we are always seeking to develop careers and recruit talented individuals who want to excel in one of our exciting, new career opportunities.Yale School of Nursing (YSN) was founded in 1923 as the first school within a university to prepare nurses under an educational rather than an apprenticeship program. YSN's faculty have spawned new ideas that have shaped modern-day nursing and midwifery with a focus on promoting social change. Almost 100 years after its founding, YSN still educates nurses and midwives to be agents of social and political change focused on improving the health of all people.