Employed model programs

Applications for the 2019 Employed Model Programs are now open. Applications close 11 November 2018.

The Employed Model Programs are an exciting initiative of the NT Health and Charles Darwin University (CDU) that offer registered nurses paid work in the NT while they study.

To apply for the program you must:

  • be eligible for employment with NT Health and
  • meet CDU enrolment criteria.

Bachelor of Midwifery Employed Model Program

Are you a registered nurse interested in working with women and their families through pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period?

The Bachelor of Midwifery Registered Nurse Pathway is a two-year program delivered online at a part-time study load (0.75 EFT study load, which is three units per semester) with clinical competency requirements and mandatory intensive clinical teaching blocks held in Darwin.

Paid employment is offered through the Top End Health Service and the Central Australia Health Service on full-time (38 hours per week) or fixed part-time contacts, while undertaking two years part-time study in the Bachelor of Midwifery program through CDU.

For more information about this program go to the CDU course website.

Salary and course fees

Registered Nurses are paid as a Nurse 2 (N2). For information about career structure, salary (rates of pay) and remuneration packages go to the NT Government's Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment website.

Employees apply to have course fees reimbursed upon successful completion of units at each semester end.

How to apply

Apply for the Bachelor of Midwifery through the South Australian Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC) website. The course code is Bachelor of Midwifery 104481 Undergraduate program.

Go to the NT Careers in Government Employment Opportunities Online and apply for:

Download the Bachelor of Midwifery Employed Model Information Pack.

Post Graduate Nursing Employed Model Program 

Are you a registered nurse interested in working in an organisation that strives to deliver better health for all Territorians, while being supported to upskill in a specialty area?

Top End Health Service are offering registered nurses paid employment on full-time (38 hours per week) or fixed part-time contacts, while undertaking two years of part-time study (two units per semester) in a Graduate Diploma through CDU.

The courses are delivered online with clinical competency requirements. A range of nursing speciality areas are available including:

  • mental health
  • renal
  • paediatrics.

For more information go to the CDU School of Health website.

Salary and course fees

Registered Nurses are paid as a Nurse 2 (N2). For information about career structure, salary (rates of pay) and remuneration packages go to the NT Government's Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment website.

Employees apply to have course fees reimbursed upon successful completion of units at each semester end.

How to apply

Apply for a Graduate Diploma through the South Australian Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC) website. The course code is Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing 1GD019.

Go to the NT Careers in Government Employment Opportunities Online and apply for:

Download the Post Graduate Nursing Employed Model Program Information Pack.

Contact

For more information about the Employed Model Programs for registered nurses see contact details in the Information Packs.

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Last updated: 12 October 2018