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Hays are partnered with this well-established Darwin based company to recruit additional staff for their expanding team.
Your new role You will be working for a well know Waste Management Company. You will be required to work as part of a team taking part in manual labour as well as driving work. You will have an induction period of around 3 weeks of training before being signed off to drive the trucks and in this time you will be trained in all key areas of the business.
What you'll need to succeed What you'll need to succeed You will need to be physically fit and hard working for this high demanding job. You will need to be comfortable working with waste and in the Darwin heat. You must have a minimum of a HR Driving Licence.
What you'll get in return What you'll get in return You will receive a competitive rate of pay and an ongoing position for the right candidate.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Emma on *****38. + click to reveal
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
HR Water Cart Driver
Bitumen Operators - Multiple Roles
HVAC Technicians, Electricians and Plumbers Wanted for Immediate Start!
Project Manager - 6 Month Contract - 4 Positions Available
Business Development Manager, Medical Device sales rep jobs across NSW, Surgical products Global Company
Exciting opportunity to join an iconic Australian organisation, extensive experience not essential
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As a wholly Australian-owned and operated company, being able to deliver complex IT services from the NT to both local and global organisations have helped us grow tremendously over the last seven years in the Territory.
Of course, without our customers and local partners, we wouldn’t be where we are today. Together we’ve worked with the local community, offered employment and educational opportunities and won some heavyweight awards.
As a result of living by its values and culture, Kinetic IT has one of the lowest staff attrition rates in the Territory IT industry, and works to improve the local job market through apprenticeships, vocational placements and education about IT in schools.
About the role
As the Account Manager, you will head up our customer account in Darwin. With the Service Director and operational teams reporting in, you will stand as the customers’ primary contact, maintaining enduring relationships and holding primary accountability for the delivery of our services.
In addition to this, your focus will be on developing and maintaining successful relationships and overseeing the local Industry Participation Programme. Your proven experience in service delivery management within a large enterprise ICT environment, ideally within a managed or outsourced services arrangement within the Darwin market will hold you in good stead to join our awesome NT team.
About you
You consider yourself to be a natural leader with strong relationship management skills and the proven ability to motivate people. You’re comfortable taking accountability and would describe yourself as up for a challenge, driven and people-focused with a positive attitude.
How to apply
Click on the below apply now or you can email your details to *****@kineticit.com.au + click to reveal quoting reference number 360/17. If you would like to have a confidential conversation to find out more about the role please feel free to contact Libby Newby on 03 9642 6859.
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KENNARDS
HIRE
Kennards Hire has exciting casual opportunities available in our Darwin Branch Network!
We are seeking a Casual Sales Coordinator/Hire Controller to provide equipment advice & solutions to our customers, coordinate deliveries and manage sales transactions.
We are also seeking Casual Service Person Drivers to assist customers, make deliveries and ensure our equipment is ready for the next hire.
This role will suit a reliable team player with a positive attitude and excellent customer service skills. Mechanical aptitude would be highly regarded, but not necessary. These roles would suit a candidate who is looking for work on weekends, school holidays or days through the week.
To apply, please visit a Kennards Hire Branch in Darwin, or call us on:
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You can also apply online at
www.kennards.expr3ss.com

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QUALIFIED MECHANIC
Wanted for busy workshop in Coconut Grove. Must be competent with general Service work, Clutches, Cylinder heads etc.
Call Ed *****85 + click to reveal

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SLE Engineering
Require
Casual Boilermakers
Must be trade qualified with trade papers
Workshop and site work
Must be able to weld using MMAW & GMAW
Must pass weld test
Must be able to pass drug and alcohol testing
Only experienced applicants need apply
Ph: *****00 + click to reveal | *****@sleengineering.com + click to reveal
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DIGGAMEN CIVIL CONTRACTING
Final Trim Excavator
Diggamen Civil Contracting seeks an experienced:
Final Trim Excavator Operator
Previous Final Trim & Detail excavation work is a must. Experience on other machinery and Truck Licence HR/HC an advantage.
Please send resumes to
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DARWIN
camerahouse
Assistant Manager
We currently have a rare and exciting opportunity for an experienced salesperson to join the Camera House family and engage the team and customers at our busy Darwin store.
To succeed in this role you must be passionate about encouraging and supporting customers with their photography and developing our customer base. As well as good photographic knowledge and a retail background you should be able to demonstrate outstanding communication, organization, and sales skills.
If you think you have what it takes for this challenging and rewarding role, send your application in confidence to: *****@darwincamera.com.au + click to reveal
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Northern Territory Athletics
Executive Officer
Northern Territory Athletics (NTA) NTA is a Not for Profit organisation dedicated to encouraging and increasing participation in the field of Athletics in the Northern Territory.
As Executive Officer, you will be responsible for the operational management of the organisation, including developing & achieving the NTA’s strategic plan, event management, providing exceptional leadership, building & maintaining strong stakeholder relationships and ensuring the financial health of the organisation.
Key role responsibilities:
Provide effective leadership to engage and motivate
Establish productive working relationships with staff, volunteers, stakeholders, government and the Board of NTA Directors
Ensure the strategic plan is implemented with the focus on increased participation and development of Athletics in the Northern Territory
Ensure financial health of the organisation through reporting and budget management
Oversee management of events

About you:
Tertiary qualification in a Business Discipline
Experience with general management
Exceptional communication skills, particularly with stakeholder management and negotiation
Inspiring leadership qualities and ability to motivate and positively influence others
Knowledge and experience with financial management including managing budgets
Adaptable to challenging situations and changing business demands
Experience and participation in sport

Remuneration:
Generous Salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant and will include
Fully maintained vehicle
4 week’s annual leave

Email applications to *****@ntathletics.org.au + click to reveal
Applications close 5pm 8th October 2017
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This school has been graded as ‘Outstanding’ in their most recent Ofsted report with the ambition of the school leaders and the governing body being highlighted as a particular strength, stating that they have created a culture of high aspirations and designed a learning environment to support this. The Ofsted report is reflected by the school’s most recent exam results where 80% of students achieved A*-C in their GCSE Maths and English exams. The school itself is located in a flourishing area of Hounslow with a range of great transport links close by.
Your new role In your new teaching job you will be delivering high quality lesson content, which will keep students engaged and motivated to create the best possible learning environment. You will be responsible for teaching KS3 through to KS4 within the ASD Centre attached to the school.
Year 7 and 8 have their lessons mostly in the Centre, however Year 9 will also have some lessons within the main building having access to D&T, ICT and other facilities. These students are supported by 3 LSAs and have EHCs which include ASD and Mild Learning Difficulties. Some students are also supported by a qualified Speech and Language Therapist who have implemented guidelines that need to be incorporated into the lesson plans. The curriculum is kept in line with mainstream as much as possible and each student has a structured timetable for the full academic year.
In return, you will receive a supportive and nurturing workplace, with access to new state of the art resources as well as opportunities for career progression and continuous training. You will be working alongside one other SEND Teacher and report into a Senior Leader who is the school’s Safeguarding Officer.
What you'll need to succeed • Relevant qualification in education
• Experience delivering KS3+ curriculum within an SEND setting
• To be a motivated and passionate teacher and strong class management skills
• Previous experience working in a secondary school and/or SEND environment
• Ability to work as a team and efficiently settle in to an SEND department
What you'll get in return • Competitive rates of pay and a Guaranteed Pay Scheme
• A personal Consultant offering advice and guidance in this specialist area
• Refer a Friend scheme - £250 every time you recommend a teacher + Reimbursement bonuses
• Free Child Protection and Safeguarding Training
• Regular social events and discounted travel deals
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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ADEPT RECRUITMENT PTY LTD
Staff Recruitment Solutions
Locum GP
Required at Arnhem Land during Oct. Return airfares, Accom and Vehicle provided.
Contact Tony
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or call
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Our client is a large local Darwin metal fabrication business that has been operating in Darwin for over 30 years.
Due to recent increase in production demand our client has several positions for experienced and qualified Boilermakers/Welders, Mechanics and Mechanical T/A’s for an immediate start.
 
This is a Darwin based position with ongoing permanent work for the right candidates
Boilermakers/Welders
• Experienced trade qualified and certified in Boilermakers/welding;
• Must able to read, interpret and fabricate from workshop drawings;
• Must be qualified and competent in all aspects of the welding process
• Have previous experience in structural steel.
Diesel Mechanics
• Performing routine maintenance and equipment repairs on a range of earthmoving equipment;
• Component change-outs and repairs;
• Fault diagnosis and trouble shooting of mechanical and electronic engine systems;
• Major engine/equipment overhauls.
Hydraulic Mechanics/Mechanical TA
• Strip, measure, inspect and report on all cylinder components
• Diagnose hydraulic cylinder faults
• Cleaning and preparing hydraulic cylinders for paint
• Assemble and test hydraulic cylinders
All position must adhere to the following
• Adhere to OH&S practices
• Work well in a team and independently
• Must be well organised, reliable and productive.
Suitable applicants must present with a strong work ethic, a stable work history & be motivated to achieve a high standard of work. In return, we offer the opportunity to work for a leading local metal fabrication company, with great working conditions and overtime where available. Good rates of pay on offer and the opportunity for a full time permanent position for the right candidates.
If you meet the above requirements, are available for an immediate start and are interested in applying for this role please hit quick apply now or email your resume to *****@redappointments.com + click to reveal or contact Trev Ph. *****43 + click to reveal to discuss further.
PLEASE NOTE - To be considered for this position applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews. If your business requires any labour hire or recruitment services feel free to contact Red Appointments anytime to discuss your requirements
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Seeking a change of pace with a new career opportunity? Looking for a new challenge? Picture yourself working in an environment which values its employees?
The Role
Our client has a strong national presence in the market and is seeking an Legal Secretary to join their team. This role assists in the support of a team of solicitors in their day to day operations. Daily responsibilities include:
Diary management Document production File and matter management Client liaison Billing Office Administation support
Candidate Skills
Demonstrated skills in providing first class support Highly developed attention to detail skills Enthusiastic and dedicated approach Ability to develop rapport with others quickly and maintain relationships Strong organisational and time management skills Highly developed attention to detail skills
Location:
Darwin, CBD
Interested? Apply Now!
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Amy Mulé on amy.mule @ hudson.com or *****34 + click to reveal or Tracey Reimers on *****@hudson.com + click to reveal or *****81. + click to reveal
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WE'RE RECRUITING OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION ROLES FOR CLIENT BUSINESSES IN DARWIN, AT VARIOUS LEVELS OF SENIORITY: You'll be joining a multidisciplinary team in a supportive, collegiate environment. These are high performing national organisations with significant career development opportunities and excellent profiles in Darwin.
ABOUT THE JOBS: Senior and managing consultant level roles are available. You will focus on providing injury management services to assist your clients to a safe and fulfilling return to work following injury. You'll case-manage this process. The range of services you provide will depend on your experience level. You will use your professional knowledge to also provide relevant Injury prevention and injury management services, conducting assessments and delivering training e.g. functional capacity, vocational assessment, ergonomics, ADL, worksite safety, and manual handling.
ABOUT YOU: You're an appropriately registered Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Exercise Physiologist, Rehabilitation Counsellor, Psychologist, Social Worker or Registered Nurse, with solid industry experience, and you're ready for your next challenge. Your strong communication and time management skills will be key to success, and you thrive in a fast-paced environment. Whilst previous experience within a workplace rehabilitation environment is expected, if you're an experienced clinician looking for a change of focus (and not FIFO or weekend work) and have an interest in injury management, we would love to discuss upcoming opportunities with you.
THE BENEFITS: You'll be rewarded very well, with an excellent package available alongside generous (and realistic) bonus schemes, and other employee benefits including relocation assistance, salary packaging, discounted health insurance, and professional development allowances. You'll also benefit from the training and career opportunities you'd expect from leading national occupational rehabilitation providers with a history of success, and a commitment to training and retaining their people.
TO FIND OUT MORE: Call Pete Wildman today on *****06 + click to reveal or apply today. We have a decade's experience of recruiting within the rehabilitation sector, we're very approachable, and we can guide you through options relevant to your existing experience and career goals.
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National Operations Manager – Darwin
With a fleet of 42 aircraft, serving some of the most remote communities in the country, Chartair is one of Australia's leading general aviation companies operating out of two main bases in Darwin and Alice Springs, and satellite bases in Katherine, Hooker Creek and Cairns.  Our fleet consists of Cessna C210, C310, C402, C208, Beechcraft Baron, and Cessna C441 Conquest aircraft.
As part of our growth strategy, we are looking to recruit a highly qualified operations professional to manage our entire operation.
To be considered for the position, you MUST have:
Previous operations management experience (preferably in aviation) in a fast paced, dynamic industry Outstanding customer services skills The ability to multi-task and manage complex operational challenges Sales management and business development experience Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a small team environment Superior communication skills – both written and spoken
The working hours require a high degree of flexibility and an on-call phone is carried on a rotational basis among the team. Considerable travel between our bases and visiting customers is expected.
This is an extremely demanding role in a very exciting, dynamic organisation.  
To apply please send your CV to *****@chartair.com.au + click to reveal quoting ref: NOM/09/17S
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Mader is a leading supplier of quality tradespeople to the Australian mining industry. We pride ourselves on ensuring that excellent customer service is provided at all times through our strong team culture, dedication and skills within the industry.
We are currently looking for highly skilled Heavy Diesel Mechanics to join our Regional Mobile Plant Shutdown Team. We provide services to a variety of clients throughout the region, specialising in OEM machinery such as Caterpillar, Komatsu, Hitachi, Liebherr & Atlas Copco.
The work will be specialised and challenging and you will be working on a variety of equipment at various sites. Flexible rosters are on offer in a rewarding, team based environment along with the opportunity to step up into leadership roles and develop your career.
Essential Criteria:
• Heavy Duty Mechanical Trade Qualification (Australian recognised)
• Experience on OEM equipment (Caterpillar, Komatsu, Hitachi, Liebherr or Atlas Copco)
• Strong focus on safety and quality
• Excellent troubleshooting and diagnostic skills
• Motivated and hard working with a professional attitude
• Company and customer focused
• Valid C class driver's licence
It is preferable that candidates have the following:
• Minimum 5 years post trade experience
• RTIO inductions and HR VOC's
• BHP, FMG inducted
• High Risk tickets such as; RB, DG, LF, EWP
• Working at Heights
Company Benefits:
Along with competitive remuneration Mader also offers its employees
• Salary Packaging (Personal flights & Vehicles)
• Commute flight assistance / coverage
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
• Salary Sacrifice Super contribution
• Variety and flexibility of work options / locations
To learn more about what we have to offer visit our website www.madergroup.com.au
Mader is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Please apply by clicking the 'Apply' Link today OR send your resume to *****@madergroup.com.au. + click to reveal
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Location: Darwin NT
Position number: N29
Base salary range: SOGB $95,811 - $111,336 pa + entitlements
Term: 3 year contract
As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.
The Senior Project Officer is responsible for facilitating consultation with Traditional Owners and Native Title holders, and providing technical advice regarding the processing of minerals and petroleum exploration licence applications, granted titles and exploration licences, mining leases and other granted tenements within the NLC region.
The successful applicants will manage multiple projects and will be expected to have substantial experience and technical knowledge in environmental management in exploration, mining/oil and gas, infrastructure and industrial development.
You will possess high-level written and oral communication skills and the ability to liaise and negotiate effectively with government agencies, commercial interests and Indigenous agencies and groups, with a proven track record in effective and efficient project planning, budgeting and evaluating and reporting.
Applicants must have a good knowledge of Aboriginal culture and society and the issues affecting Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory.
Significant travel to remote areas is involved so possession of a "C" class driver's licence and the ability to handle 4WD vehicles safely is essential.
Contact Person: Rhonda Yates *****41 + click to reveal
Applications close COB Monday 9 October 2017
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Our growing client demand has created an opportunity for you to use your technical and project consulting services skills to deliver geospatial business solutions to Esri Australia clients.
 
Role and responsibilities:
Based in our Darwin office, we are looking for a Consultant to provide and manage technical and project consulting services to Esri Australia clients for the delivery of geospatial business solutions. A Consultant is responsible for small projects or for groups of tasks (modules) on larger projects. This may mean working in isolation, or as part of a team with a Lead Consultant on larger engagements.
 
Some of your key areas of responsibility for this role include:
Providing Esri technology related consulting services. Consulting directly with clients' managers and technical resources in the building and implementation of Esri solutions. Assuming responsibility for defined assignments and projects that require immediate action or short-term planning of resources. Writing technical requirement specifications that meet customer needs and translate these accurately to other teams for successful delivery. Define, analyse, design, code, test, document, deploy and maintain custom Esri software solutions within the agreed parameters. Supporting the delivery of various pre-sales activities including: Responding to customer requests for information. Developing and planning conceptual solution presentations and demonstrations.
Being commercially aware, proposing and developing high quality, simple and efficient projects.
Further details can be found in the position description on our website.
 
Selection Criteria
In addition to your genuine passion for geospatial technology, you will have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Qualifications and experience:
A bachelor's degree in associated business disciplines (Computer Science, Information Technology, Geography, Geospatial Science, Remote Sensing and/or Surveying). Minimum of three years' experience in a similar role. Products: Esri ArcGIS Desktop plus extensions, ArcGIS Server, Mobile, SDE and ArcFM Desktop/Server. Geodatabase design, supporting web service delivery, using technologies such as Programming in one or more of the following: Javascript, Python, .NET, Java. Services: Knowledge of XML and web services (REST/SOAP). Architectures: Understanding of multi-tiered environments.

Skills and attributes:
Excellent fault diagnosis and problem solving skills. The ability to prioritise workload, manage time and schedule tasks whilst remaining resilient to changing priorities. Be self-managed, escalating issues accordingly.
The following skills and experience are desirable:
Databases experience: Oracle, MS SQL server. Systems integration of Esri technologies with related technologies (e.g. asset management, BI, ERP, financial). Working knowledge of industry standard IT methodologies, tools and techniques – Agile, Unified Process, UML. Project Management.
 
How to apply:
If you are ready to apply your knowledge and expertise to help shape business systems in an industry-leading organisation, please submit your resume, along with a cover letter (no more than two pages) to *****@esriaustralia.com.au. + click to reveal
For more information regarding this role, please contact Jess Piotrowski, Human Resources, by phone on *****49. + click to reveal
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Reporting to the Technical Superintendent, key responsibilities include:
Do sample preparation including use of pulverisers, crushers, rotary splitters, grinding mills Carry out laboratory scale flotation test work Process samples and submit them to the chemistry laboratory for other chemical testings Record and summarise test data
To secure this role, you will need to have:
·         Minimum Cert IV in Chemistry, Metallurgy or similar
·         A minimum of 1 years' experience in mining industry as a metallurgy technician or metallurgist or similar
·         Good knowledge about laboratory equipment for sample preparation and metallurgical testing such as flotation machine, crusher, grinder, cyclone sizing, and particle sizer
·         Have rights to work in Australia
·         Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office suite
·         Willing to work in a remote area
In return, the company offers a competitive package with options for salary sacrifice for interstate flights, an attractive roster (15/13), short and comfortable flight from Darwin, full onsite facilities including fantastic foods, accommodation, modern gyms, swimming pools, tennis, basketball, soccer, cricket, and volleyball courts
If you are interested in taking on the role, please send a letter of application along with your resume / CV to *****@avtech.com.au or + click to reveal Click "Apply" below. 
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Toll People was originally established in 2004 by the Toll Group to provide Recruitment services for its business divisions across the nation. So successful has it been in its development that Toll People is now a genuine supplier of Labour and Recruitment services to not just the Toll Group but also an impressive portfolio of external clients across the nation.
We are currently seeking highly experienced HC Truck Drivers with a Dangerous Goods Licence.
Toll People have potential opportunities for drivers to commence employment immediately within contract roles. Successful candidates will have:
Current and unrestricted HC Truck & Dangerous Goods Licence (Essential) Previous experience carting Dangerous Goods Minimum 3-5 years, on the road, driving experience essential Must have knowledge of metro and regional NT roads Be Reliable and flexible and have an excellent work ethic A current MVR Driver History report
It is essential that Toll People provide high quality applicants to our clients, so we need reliable employees with a strong work ethic. If you feel that you meet the above criteria, we would like to hear from you! Apply NOW! Or call Toll People Darwin *****50 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Public sector temp EA role within Health. Immediate start. Based in Darwin.
Your new organisation
This public sector organisation provides essential health services across the Northern Territory. They are now seeking an energetic Executive Assistant to support a Executive Directors in an ongoing temporary capacity.
Your new role
In this role you'll provide a high level of secretarial and administrative support to management, assisting with diary management, travel booking, minute taking and meeting arrangement, correspondence, and staff management. Other duties include overseeing archiving, as well as document and report preparation.
What you'll need to succeed
As the successful candidate you’ll have prior EA experience, ideally in the public sector or within health. You will have exceptional organisational skills, strong decision-making abilities, and will be highly flexible in your work. You will have polished and professional written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to liaise effectively with people of diverse backgrounds. Additionally you will be able to multitask effectively, have a thorough understanding of workplace confidentiality and discretion, and will have a positive, can-do attitude, happy to assist however required.
What you'll get in return
You’ll enjoy working in a rewarding, fast-paced environment as part of a friendly and dynamic team. This is an excellent opportunity to build upon your well-established executive assistant skills in a public sector role. A competitive hourly rate is on offer.
What you need to do now
Please send your resume to Rebecca at *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or apply online. You may also call *****00 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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GP Locum Opportunities
Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) provides professional support to general practitioners and health services through a number of programs, one of which is the General Practitioner Locum (GP locum) program.
Working as a GP locum in the NT is varied, interesting and challenging. The rewards are great and there are opportunities to really make a difference. General practitioners seeking short term work in the NT, are invited to register with the NT PHN. We have GP locum placements at Aboriginal Controlled Community health services, private general practices and Northern Territory government services.
We currently have multiple GP locum opportunities across 
Darwin Region Barkley Region Katherine Region Central Australia Region
NT PHN requires new GP locums have the following:
fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) or Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) non restricted registration by the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with a General Practice Specialisation current Medicare Prescriber Number current Medical Indemnity Insurance National Criminal History Check Ochre Card (NT Working with Children Clearance Notice) or ability to obtain one own Australian Business Number (ABN) or ability to obtain one copy of relevant proof of right to work in Australia document copy of Australian driver's license (should driving be required at a placement).
It is also highly desirable that new GP locums have:
a minimum of five years' general practice experience previous experience with Aboriginal health skills in emergency medicine, trauma and life support procedural skills for example obstetrics, anesthetics 
We provide:
Contract length is negotiable competitive rates of pay based on a five day working week (may include a small amount of on-call), plus GST if registered travel and accommodation  comprehensive, quality resources, including the CARPA Standard Treatment Manual, Tropical Health Manual and Women's Business Manual all travel, land permits and provider numbers.
If you are interested or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact me on email: *****@ntphn.org.au + click to reveal or by phone *****11.  + click to reveal