Territory Jobs Hub

If you have lost your job as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19), you can use the Territory Jobs Hub to find work.

The Territory Jobs Hub is an online portal that lets you connect with local businesses and find new employment.

If you're a Northern Territory (NT) business looking for workers, you can also use the portal to connect with people who are looking for employment. This includes those looking for casual and contract work.

The Territory Jobs Hub is free to all jobseekers and employers in the NT.

Read below to find out more or go to the portal on the Cited website.

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If you want to use the portal to look for work, you will need to create an account and complete your profile.

Once you complete your profile, job vacancies posted by employers are assessed against your details.

If any job vacancy matches your profile, you will receive a notification on your device to connect with the employer.

If you accept, your profile and curriculum vitae will be available for the employer to access.

To register and log in, go to the portal or read the jobseeker user guide on the Cited website.

If you're a business wanting to connect with jobseekers, you must create an account and register your details.

You can then post job vacancies to the portal to be assessed against job seeker profiles.

If any profile matches your job vacancy, the job seeker will receive a notification to connect with you.

If they accept, you will be able to access their profile and curriculum vitae.

To register and log in, go to the portal or read the employer user guide on the Cited website.

When registering with the Territory Jobs Hub, you will be required to provide personal information that will enable employers to contact you about employment opportunities.

Territory Jobs Hub is hosted by ‘Cited’, a workforce software provider external to the NT Government.

If you have any questions about Cited's privacy policy, you should directly contact Cited.

Private companies in Australia are regulated under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Australian Privacy Principles.

By completing your registration, you acknowledge that personal data may be collected, used, stored and disclosed in accordance with Cited’s privacy policy. Such data will not be in the control of the NT Government.

Read the privacy policy on the Cited website.

Last updated: 30 November 2020

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