Join Our Team


As part of the Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) team you will have an opportunity to use your skills and qualifications to positively impact people's lives.

NT PHN offers a competitive salary structure, well above award standards, along with six weeks' annual leave. Employees can also choose to access attractive salary packaging arrangements. 

NT PHN operates from offices in central Darwin and at the National Remote Health Precinct in Alice Springs. You will have the opportunity to work in a friendly, supportive and dynamic environment where your contribution is valued. We have great managers who will help you reach your potential and are committed to providing learning and development opportunities. NT PHN values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. We support a healthy work/life balance through access to flexible working arrangements and a paid close down between Christmas and the New Year.

As part of NT PHN team you will have the opportunity to make a difference to primary health care for all Territorians.

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What our staff say about working at NT PHN:

"The staff have been very open and accommmodating from the very start. Everyone from Business Services, HR, Finance and the other departments helped me ease into my role as Senior Project Officer for Refugee Health.

A detailed introduction by HR and the online induction program really helped start me off here, providing me with a good feel for the place and people. The atmosphere at Northern Territory PHN is very professional and everybody is willing to help out, which is great for somebody new." 

Dino Tuason, Senior Project Officer – Refugee Health


"Since starting at Northern Territory PHN staff have been warm, friendly and professional to work with. It's so refreshing to work in an environment that cares for the wellbeing of staff.

I have always felt supported by management and my colleagues. Even in a changing world, morale is always high."

Tony Willits, Principal Program Officer – Partners in Recovery


"During my time here at NT PHN, I have felt extremely welcom and supported by everybody. I quickly settled into the organisation and gained an understanding of the different branches through the approachable nature of management and the excellent support from my colleagues."

Thomasina Myers, Project Coordinator


"My employment experience has been nothing short of positive. The Workforce team is very accepting and welcoming to new starters. Collaboration between teams is excellent."

Danielle Opperman, Locum Support Officer




Northern Territory PHN acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work and live and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to elders both past and present.