The Northern Territory’s (NT) population is just under 250,000 - with people living in rich and vibrant communities scattered all over the NT.
The Territory's multicultural and youthful population (the median age here is just 31), vast terrain, wild landscapes and rich mix of culture make teaching in the NT a unique experience.
Taking your career to the NT will open doors. Many teachers who choose to work in the Territory develop unique skills that fast-track their career and provide opportunities that wouldn’t have been possible in other parts of Australia.
|School Name||Palmerston College|
|Contact Details||0488 076 668|
Teachers in the NT are the highest paid in Australia and receive generous allowances and benefits.
To ensure our teachers have a healthy work-life balance there are also opportunities for part-time work and job sharing.
As a teacher in the NT you will be offered:
To apply to be in the Teacher Sourcing Pool, please click here
The Government of the Northern Territory of Australia, also referred to as the Northern Territory Government, is the Australian territorial democratic administrative authority of the Northern Territory. The Government of Northern Territory was formed in 1978 with the granting of self-government to the Territory. The Northern Territory is a territory of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Constitution of Australia and Commonwealth law regulates its relationship with the Commonwealth.