Our people

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Passionate, skilled and innovative

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

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 around 45 full-time staff and 15 casual medical educators and assessors.

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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 Manager
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

1.0 FTE

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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
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Supervisor and Practice Accreditation Coordinator
Kylie coordinates the accreditation of training posts and the team of GP supervisors including mobile offices and GP supervisor professional development workshops.
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Education Leadership Assistant
Leah is the Education Leadership Assistant
Darwin, NT

Leah is responsible for assisting the Director of Training, Director of Education and the team of medical educators. Leah previously worked at NT Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services in several positions including the Executive Assistant to the NTFRES Executive Team.

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Supervisor and Practice Accreditation Officer
Lisa, in her role as supervisor and practice accreditation support officer, assists with the accreditation of training posts and supervisors...

Lisa, in her role as supervisor and practice accreditation support officer, assists with the accreditation of training posts and supervisors, as well as the organisation of mobile offices and GP supervisor professional development workshops. She began working with NTGPE in 2012 and has a strong understanding of the entire organisation. This combined with attention to detail makes her a valuable team member.

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Marketing & Communications Manager
Louise supports NTGPE’s operations and promotes the organisation’s brand through the coordination of internal and external marketing and communication activities.

Louise supports NTGPE’s operations and promotes the organisation’s brand through the coordination of internal and external marketing and communication activities.

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Central Australia Regional Coordinator
Lyndsey has a long history with NTGPE, starting with the organisation in 2013.
Alice Springs

Lyndsey has a long history with NTGPE, starting with the organisation in 2013. She is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Alice Springs Office as well as managing the NTGPE properties in Central Australia. Lyndsey feels strongly about closing the gap and has natural talents in coordinating NTGPEs involvement in events in Central Australia.

Hours

Part time: Mon, Tue & Wed.

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Service Desk Support Officer
Matthew is ‘Mr myGPcommunity’. Primarily he is responsible for maintaining support services to myGPcommunity – the learning platform for NTGPE.
Darwin

Matthew is ‘Mr myGPcommunity’. Primarily he is responsible for maintaining support services to myGPcommunity – the learning platform for NTGPE. Matthew is available to help with all queries and requests relating to the platform, including training new users in the how the system works.

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Finance Officer
Finance Officer

0.6FTE (Wed, Thu, Fri)

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Board Director – Skills based
Dorothy Morrison is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.
Darwin, NT

Dorothy Morrison is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education. Her role oversights the operations of higher education and research, vocational education and training, alliance management with other agencies, projects and services as well as the performance, monitoring and reporting functions of the Institute.

Ms Morrison was the Chief Executive Officer for the Heart Foundation Northern Territory from 2008 – 2015 and has held other senior executive roles involving oversight of Indigenous education across the Northern Territory. She has significant experience across the health and education sectors in policy analysis and development; strategic, operational and business planning; and professional practice. Ms Morrison's work in the health and education sectors included the development of policies and plans in health promotion, public health, Indigenous health and Indigenous education.

Appointed: 21/05/2013

Qualifications: BA, DipContEd, MEd, GAICD

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Board Director – AMSANT member representative
Erin has been working in the Aboriginal health sector for over 17 years. Erin is the Program Manager at AMSANT, managing workforce policy, chronic disease
Darwin, NT

Erin is an Aboriginal woman from Darwin and has been working in the Aboriginal health sector for over 19 years. Erin is the Program Manager at AMSANT, managing workforce policy, chronic disease workforce support, leadership and Digital Health for AMSANT and its members. Before taking on the Program Manager role, Erin worked in the Workforce Policy officer position at AMSANT working nationally and regionally on workforce policy and projects and supporting AMSANT members on relevant workforce issues.

Other previous roles prior to AMSANT included working at Danila Dilba Health Service and the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, mainly in executive support, education & training and governance roles. Erin holds tertiary qualifications in Business & Project Management and is currently studying a Bachelor of Health Science through Charles Darwin University.

Appointed 28/04/2015