The NTGPE team is made up of motivated, skilled and collaborative people with a passion for GP training in the Northern Territory. Staff enjoy good working conditions and we actively promote equity and diversity and provide a flexible workplace that supports work-life balance.
We have a productive and successful workplace that provides good opportunities to contribute to our mission to develop competent general practitioners and help close the gap.
NTGPE is a not for profit, non government organisation that is entirely funded by the Australian Department of Health to train general practitioners in the Northern Territory. The success of NTGPE is largely determined by the quality and commitment of its people.
- We are a vibrant organisation that is passionate about primary health care.
- We operate on a three year funding cycle and the current cycle ends in 2018.
- CURRENT AVAILABLE POSITIONS
AMSANT/NTGPE Project Liaison Officer
Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance NT (AMSANT) and Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) are committed to working towards training GP registrars in Aboriginal health and expanding Indigenous health training (IHT) to improve access to quality healthcare for Aboriginal people living in remote communities in the NT through Aboriginal community controlled health organisations (ACCHO’s).
This Darwin based role will suit someone with a desire to work within AMSANT and NTGPE to make an impact in the Indigenous health sector. This is an important pivotal role developing stakeholder relationships.
The successful candidate will join experienced teams in both organisation who work together to promote the unique services of AMSANT member services and ACCHO’s as positive training environments for GP registrars.
- CASUAL POSITIONS
NTGPE is recruiting External Clinical Teaching Visitors (ECT Visitors) to work on a casual basis. We encourage GPs from Darwin, Gove, Katherine and Alice Springs to register interest with Hubert van Doorn at Hubert.firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about the ECTV program please feel free to raise these with Hubert.
- STAFF TESTIMONIALS
I've been with NTGPE for about eight years. The organisation is supportive of flexible working arrangements, cares about work/life balance and runs a good health and wellbeing program. I've been granted the flexibility to move between new projects and departments within NTGPE.
The work we do at NTGPE is truly meaningful and I share with my colleagues a commitment to providing the best training and health care across the NT. We all put in a lot of effort to help close the gap to improve health outcomes for Indigenous people.
Former Director of Training
Nigel talks about what attracted him to medical education.
- What we offer
Arguably the biggest indicator of a functional workplace is the staff turnover. NTGPE staff turnover is unusually low, which speaks volumes about NTGPE being a progressive and rewarding place to work.
- Salary packaging
- Uniforms are provided
- Commitment to staff physical and emotional wellbeing
- Above average superannuation scheme
- Pleasant surroundings and newly refurbished office space
- Ample available parking with paid permit
- Flexible working arrangements
- Professional development opportunities
- Where we work
NTGPE's main office is in yellow building 1 on the Charles Darwin University grounds in Casuarina and surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens.
NTGPE Alice Springs office is in the National Remote Health Precinct, 5 Skinner Street, Alice Springs.