Nursing, Aboriginal health and allied health

The NT has diverse regions to choose from to suit your individual, career and family needs, offering fantastic lifestyle benefits and unique experiences.

Rural Workforce Agency NT can offer support to primary health care nurses, Aboriginal health practitioners and allied health professionals who are considering a career in the NT. 

Career vacancies

Rural Workforce Agency NT can help you find rewarding work in private practices, Aboriginal community controlled health services and not-for-profit organisations. Our vacancies range from urban central Darwin to rural and remote NT.

We offer a personalised recruitment service, helping you find the right position for you and your family, and supporting you every step of the way.

View our current vacancies, or register your interest with our recruitment team:

Recruitment Coordinator
e recruitment@ntphn.org.au
t 08 8912 1070

Support for relocating to the Northern Territory

How we can help you with your move to the NT:

  • organising a site visit for you, after you accept an offer of employment, so you can see where you will be working
  • providing an orientation program to introduce you to the clinical and cultural aspects of working in the NT and the health care system
  • continuing professional development, including access to grants and scholarships and bursaries

Why work in the Northern Territory?

Living and working in the NT provides opportunities to develop or further your skill set with exposure to unique chronic and tropical diseases as well as Indigenous and rural health. The challenges are as diverse as the landscape - but the opportunities are immense. Learn more about living and working in the NT.

Contact us

For more information about work opportunities and grants, please contact us:

Recruitment Coordinator
e recruitment@ntphn.org.au
t 08 8982 1070


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