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Join Our Team

Do you want to join a dynamic and energetic team?  As part of the NTAHC team you will have an opportunity to use your skills and qualifications to positively impact people's lives!

NTAHC offers a competitive salary structure, with above award standards, along with five weeks annual leave. Employees can also choose to access attractive salary packaging arrangements.

NTAHC operates from offices in central Darwin and 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. NTAHC values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer.

As part of NTAHC team you will have the opportunity to make a difference to the health care needs of people at risk of blood borne viruses in the Northern Territory.

Volunteers - Darwin and Alice Springs

NTAHC is looking for volunteers in both Darwin and Alice Springs to undertake a range of vital duties to help us prevent the spread of blood-borne viruses and support people living with HIV and Hepatitis throughout the Territory.

For more information or to request a volunteer pack email humanresources@ntahc.org.au or call 8944 7777.


What our staff say about working at the Northern Territory AIDS and Hepatitis Council
"I really enjoy working with people from diverse culture and diverse backgrounds and treat everyone with dignity and respect. I provide case management, advocacy, counselling, peer support activities, information and education and referrals to other support services so if you are in Central Australia and need assistance with BBVs issues you are welcome to come and see me."

Jyoti, Alice Springs Program Manager

   

"I love my job because I am passionate about helping others and advocating for human rights and social justice. I'm also passionate about GLBTQI rights and equality and believe until we are treated as equal no one is free."

Daniel, Care & Support Coordinator