Recruitment is underway for approximately 450 dedicated employees to support the expansion of the Centre for National Resilience (Howard Springs Quarantine Facility) in Darwin.
With a variety of healthcare roles available, including positions in Allied Health, Nursing and Medical, this is a great opportunity to grow your career, experience The Territory and make a real impact helping Australians returning home.
Check out these frequently asked questions.
There are many positions across multiple professions and qualifications required at the Centre for National Resilience Howard Springs Quarantine Facility.
Allied Health jobs:
Healthcare and Medical jobs:
Administration jobs include:
Positions available include both of full-time and part-time employment, with morning, daytime, afternoon and night shifts negotiable.
Northern Territory health jobs can propel your career, so even if your particular profession and qualification isn't listed, we encourage you to register your interest and the panel can assess your suitability across the full range of positions
Yes – you can register your interest to work at the Centre for National Resilience even if your particular profession or qualification isn’t listed. With hundreds of vacancies from administration to healthcare, the recruitment team can assess your suitability across the range of positions.
Yes – Relocation support is available for successful interstate applicants in-line with current By-Laws and can include support such as assistance with relocation and travel expenses and initial accommodation needs.
Relocation support can be discussed with a Centre for National Resilience delegate upon receipt of your Register of Interest.
To be eligible to work for the Centre of National Resilience, you will need to meet the below pre-employment requirements:
The Northern Territory Department of Health has a Smoke Free Policy. Staff are not permitted to smoke anywhere on Departmental premises, facilities or vehicles, nor whilst working off-site.
The Centre for National Resilience at the Howard Springs Quarantine Facility in the Northern Territory is a fast-paced, challenging and extremely rewarding environment.
You will work within a supportive, multi-disciplinary team during this once-in-a-lifetime career development opportunity.
Centre for National Resilience employees also receive:
You can register your interest here including your resume and any applicable supporting documentation.
You will receive a confirmation your registration has been received within three days. You will be advised if you are considered for a vacancy.
The Centre for National Resilience is recruiting for a variety of roles across Nursing, Allied Health and Medical.Fast-track your journey to an exciting and rewarding career in the Territory by registering your interest for a priority position today!
Fast-tracked careers, more time to play and shorter commutes. It's all possible if you live in the Territory. But don't take our word for it, hear from Lisa Vermeulen, the Director of Nursing at the Centre for National Resilience, and 2021 NT Nurse of the Year.
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