Certified Nurse / Midwife

  • Part Time
  • Berkley
  • Applications have closed

Website Millie

We believe in better maternity care for all.

We’re looking for a full-time (preferred) or part-time Certified Nurse-Midwife to deliver full-spectrum perinatal care and basic gynecology at our new perinatal practice in Berkeley, CA.

About Millie

Millie is reimagining the hospital-based U.S. maternity experience. We aim to provide more complete, continuous, inclusive, and empowered care with better outcomes by centering midwifery care with OB collaboration as a standard in the U.S.

Our Berkeley, CA in-person clinic provides a warm and welcoming environment for holistic perinatal care. At Millie, support extends beyond the clinic through app-based education, tech-enabled remote monitoring, and virtual care spanning specialties. We partner with Alta Bates Campus Birth Center for our labor and delivery services — and all services will be covered by major insurance plans and Medi-Cal.

Our clinic and care team are successful when all birthing parents, regardless of background:

  1. Feel seen and heard as the multidimensional people they are.
  2. Feel confident and supported in their decisions.
  3. Can easily access trusted and skilled support when and how they choose.
  4. Experience a healthier pregnancy, birth, and postpartum journey. This includes (but is not limited to) reduced rates of preterm births, NICU stays, and C-sections, earlier detection of complications, and, last but not least, a better patient experience.

This is an opportunity to raise the bar for maternity care, shape a new practice’s care model, and work with a team of inspiring and committed people. If you are passionate about improving maternal health through holistic, whole-person care, come join us!

About the role 

Your responsibilities:

  • Provide full-scope midwifery care during pregnancy, labor, birth, and postpartum at our Berkeley clinic, Alta Bates Campus Birth Center, and virtually.
  • Provide basic gynecology services such as contraception, STIs, vaginitis, and annual preventative care exams.
  • Collaborate with other team members (e.g., obstetricians, nurses, doulas, nutritionists, therapists, etc.) to provide whole-person care.
  • Communicate effectively with patients during and between appointments to ensure questions are answered and concerns are addressed by leveraging Millie’s app and technology.

About you

We’re looking for a compassionate and driven midwife who has:

  • 3-5+ years of experience working as a midwife.
  • Strongly preferred: Experience working in a clinical leadership role.
  • Experience supporting birthing people in shared decision-making and providing midwifery care and education throughout the various stages of prenatal, birth, and postpartum.
  • Passion for providing unbiased, patient-centered information to empower families and birthing people to make informed decisions.
  • Passion for reproductive justice and supporting principles of bodily autonomy, self-determination, and cultural respect.
  • Experience leading group prenatal care.
  • Experience providing care virtually.


  • An active Certified Nurse-Midwife license in the state of CA and certification by the AMCB. LMs/CPMs are encouraged to contact us if interested in working with Millie as we will have future opportunities.
  • NRP and BLS certification up to date
  • Skills/training in the following areas are a plus: promoting health equity and racial justice work, bilingual, motivational interviewing, lactation certifications, nutrition/diabetes training, cesarean first assist, and/or teaching movement or meditation practices.

What we offer

  • A collaborative team with the opportunity to shape a new standard for hospital-based maternity care
  • Competitive salary and stock options
  • Annual professional development stipend
  • Reimbursement for professional licenses and fees
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance reimbursement

At Millie, we are committed to health equity and culturally competent care — as well as prioritizing, affirming, and celebrating diversity within our team, providers, and patients. We encourage BIPOC and LGBTQ+ individuals, veterans, and people with disabilities to apply.