Situations Vacant

Nga Maia Maori Midwives Aotearoa Representative

Seeking Interested persons

  • Must be financial Member

  • Supported/nominated by Regional Committee

If you are interested to represent Nga Maia Maori Midwives Aotearoa on a national level please download the above form, fill it in, and email it back to us. We will contact you when positions become available.


In the past we have had requests for a representative for:

  • Midwifery Council

  • PRM Com

  • MOH committees

  • Breastfeeding La Leach

  • etc

Seeking a nomination from Nga Maia for the Maternity Guidelines Review Steering Group

The Ministry of Health has contracted Allen + Clarke to review and update five clinical maternity guidelines to provide nationally consistent, evidence-based advice. The five guidelines to be updated are:

  1. Guidelines for Consultation with Obstetric and Related Medical Services (Referral Guidelines), 2012

  2. Observation of Mother and Baby in the Immediate Postnatal Period: Consensus Statements Guiding Practice, 2012

  3. National Consensus Guideline for Treatment of Postpartum Haemorrhage (PPH), 2013

  4. Screening, Diagnosis and Management of Gestational Diabetes in New Zealand: A clinical practice guideline (the GDM guideline), 2014, and

  5. Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypertension and Pre-eclampsia in Pregnancy in New Zealand: A clinical practice guideline, 2018.


To guide Allen + Clarke’s work, we expect to establish a multidisciplinary Steering Group. This Group will provide guidance to our team throughout the review and update of the guidelines (i.e., from February 2021 until May 2022). I have attached an indicative terms of reference to this email for your information. We are now seeking nominations for candidates to appoint to this Steering Group. It would be great to have the Nga Maia’s assistance to identify a suitable person! We expect to hold the first Steering Group meeting in late February 2021.


We would welcome a nominee from Nga Maia. Ideally, this person would be an experienced midwife and, if possible, have significant expertise in one or more of the subject areas covered by the five guidelines as well as experience working in a range of settings. Expertise/experience in guidelines development or co-chairing similar groups would be great! This individual(s) would be representing Nga Maia, noting that the final guideline will need to be widely endorsed. 

To apply please fill in the Agreement to Act form below and attach a copy of your CV and send to

Maternity Guidelines Steering Group

Terms of Reference

Agreement to Act as Nga Maia Representative