Government staff secondments
This page has information on current secondment opportunities for Northern Territory (NT) Government staff and information on how positions are filled.
In a secondment, an employee is temporarily transferred from one organisation to another for an agreed period.
The following positions are available with the Darwin Community Legal Service (DCLS).
To find out about the organisation, go to the DCLS website.
Disability coordinator/NDIS appeals officer
Two year position
Community engagement and communications officer
Two year position
The closing date for all positions is Monday 11 November 2019.
08 8982 1111
0417 1101 27
A job description and selection criteria are available on the DCLS website or call 08 8982 1111.
Below is a step-by-step guide for how NGO positions are filled:
Step 1. Suitable vacancies in the NGO sector are submitted to Social Policy Coordination, Department of the Chief Minister for consideration for the secondment trial program.
Step 2. The position is assessed by a panel for inclusion into the secondment trial program.
Step 3. If approved for the program, the position is advertised on the NT Government internet.
Step 4. Any NT government employee can apply for the position.
Step 5. The NGO determines and manages the recruitment process for the position. Noting that recruitment is not restricted to NT government staff.
Step 6. NGO appoints to the position.
Step 7. If an NT government employee is appointed to the position, they must fill in a standard secondment agreement with their home agency.
Employees may also need to fill in a superannuation form.
For more information, go to the Superannuation Office page of the Department of Treasury and Finance website.
The aim of the NT government/NGO program is to increase the number of NT Government staff undertaking a secondment.
Read more about NT government secondments in the Broadening our Horizons guide .
By taking placements in a new agency or sector, employees develop personally and professionally while the NT Government benefits from new skills and knowledge.
Read the framework for rules, responsibilities and expectations of both NT government and staff.
Last updated: 29 October 2019