Our people

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Passionate, skilled and innovative

Passionate, skilled and innovative people make up the NTGPE family.

We offer training and support services to GP registrars, GP supervisors and training posts. To do this our people are skilled in medical education, management, administration, finance, counselling and well being, marketing and communications, events management, human resource management  and information technology.

There are about 45 full time staff and a 15 casual medical educators and assessors.

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Medical Educator
SGL facilitation and assessment
Alice Springs
  • SGL facilitation and assessment
  • John Flynn program teleconference support
  • ECTVs.

Qualifications:

B.Sc, MBBS, FRACGP

Hours:

Casual - Thu pm, am

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Medical Educator
SGL facilitation

Shivon trained with NTGPE for her FRACGP fellowship and now works as a medical educator.

Qualifications: MBBS, FRACGP

Hours: 0.2 FTE

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Registrar Liaison Officer (RLO)
Simone helps support and represent NTGPE registrars in her role as RLO
Darwin, NT

Simone helps support and represent NTGPE registrars in her role as RLO.

Hours: Part time Monday

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Aboriginal Health Training (AHT) Medical Educator
Dr Raye is involved in cultural education and direction including GP registrar medical cultural education.
Darwin
  • Cultural educator support and direction
  • GP registrar medical cultural education delivery, including workshop days
  • IGPRN 2016 development
  • Advanced cultural communication skills workshop design
  • Practice-based Aboriginal health training module development
  • SGL design, facilitation and assessment.

Qualifications:

MBBS, FRACGP

Hours:

Part time 0.4 FTE – Tue and Fri

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ACRRM Medical Educator
TAs, SGL co-facilitation for Katherine and Gove registrar groups and support for ACRRM registrars
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Cultural Educator
Elisabeth Heenan is a Tiwi woman from Milikapiti. Her skin group from her mother's side is Mullet and Nambidjimba (Coniston, Central Australia) on her father's side.
Darwin

Elisabeth Heenan is a Tiwi woman from Milikapiti. Her skin group from her mother's side is Mullet and Nambidjimba (Coniston, Central Australia) on her father's side. Elisabeth has spent a large amount of her working life in the health sector. This coupled with her extensive and intricate knowledge of Indigenous culture makes her an important part of the cultural education team. She has been with NTGPE since 2011.

  • Cultural education
  • Cultural teaching visits
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Supervisor and Practice Accreditation Coordinator
Emma co-coordinates the accreditation of training posts and the team of GP supervisors including mobile offices and GP supervisor professional development workshop.
Darwin, NT

Emma co-coordinates the accreditation of training posts and the team of GP supervisors including mobile offices and GP supervisor professional development workshop. Emma has a broad understanding of the organisation, having had a number of roles within the organisation since 2012. A history of being a personal assistant and legal secretary means that Emma brings a valuable administrative strength to her role.

  •     GP supervisors accreditation and support

  •     Training post accreditation

  •     Mobile Office

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GP Registrar Support Officer
Hannah is responsible for workshops and orientations

Hannah is responsible for workshops and orientations

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Payroll and Assets Officer
Heather is in charge of payroll, assets and accounts receivable.
Darwin

Heather holds a position of particular importance at NTGPE because she is responsible for making sure everyone is paid each fortnight. Heather is also in charge of assets and accounts receivable and invoices relating to accommodation or NTGPE facilities. Heather is the Darwin Office First Aid Officer and Health and Safety Representative NTGPE.

  • Payroll
  • Accommodation invoicing
  • Assets and accounts receivable
  • First Aid Officer
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Pastoral Care Officer
Janelle was the clinic manager at the Bagot Community Health Clinic in Darwin for five years, and worked there for a total of eight years.
Darwin

Janelle was the clinic manager at the Bagot Community Health Clinic in Darwin for five years, and worked there for a total of eight years. At NTGPE Janelle is part of the pastoral care team which provides support to GP registrars throughout their training journey. She remains very interested in Aboriginal health and community development and holds a Diploma in Community Service Management.

  • Personal, workplace and training support
  • GP registrar wellbeing

Hours

Part time 0.6FTE (Wed, Thu & Fri)

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Finance Officer
Jing is a Certified Practicing Accountant and has been in the Northern Territory for 8 years.
Darwin

Jing is a Certified Practicing Accountant and has been in the Northern Territory for 8 years. She has a history of working in the not for profit organisation and in accounting firms. Jing processes reimbursements, allowances and payments to external suppliers.

  • Accounts payables
  • Staff reimbursements
  • Travel allowances
  • GP Registrar’s subsidy claims
  • Teaching/Practice allowance payments

Qualifications

  • CPA

Hours

Part time 0.6 FTE (Tues, Thu & Fri)

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Senior HR Officer
Kerry is a human resource generalist responsible for managing day-to-day activities relating to the employment life cycle of all staff at NTGPE.
Darwin

Kerry is a human resource generalist responsible for managing day-to-day activities relating to the employment life cycle of all staff at NTGPE. Kerry has a broad knowledge of operations having started with the organisation in 2008. She is a proud member of the Reconciliation Action Plan Team and is committed to closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

  • Human resources