Bring your skills to help close the gap
Your skills and expertise will improve access to quality healthcare for people living in remote communities. You will be challenged to grow in many ways, personally and professionally and have wraparound support every step of the way.
Working in a remote community will change your perspectives and diversify your career in a way you may never experience in the city.
We’re looking for GPs, Registered Nurses, oral health professionals and Audiologists who want to contribute to better health outcomes for Aboriginal communities in the NT.
It's OK if you haven’t worked in a remote community before – we’ll support you to transition and grow your skills in new areas.
We’ll also help you to build culturally responsive foundations that enhance your experience of working on Country.
Be at the centre of community health as a RAHC GP. You will deliver primary healthcare in remote Aboriginal communities backed by a supportive network.
Care for the community’s diverse health needs as a RAHC RN. Every day is different, but always interesting and rewarding.
Be a part of preventing the unequally high rates of oral disease in remote communities as a RAHC Dentist, Dental Therapist or Dental Assistant.