Spanning 1.4 million km squared, the Northern Territory is an adventure seeker's dream. Rich with culture, red outbacks and clear waterholes, NT is a vast and incredible place to visit and stay. Companies from almost all economical sectors and many cultural and art institutions are at home across the Northern Territory.
Full-time, part-time, and temp jobs are available across the state.
Northern Territory offers jobs across various industries if you are new to the state or looking for new opportunities.
Whether you’re looking for a new job to advance your career, find a temporary or contract role that gives you more flexibility or after a complete career change, our dedicated recruitment experts will support you.
If you are looking for a job in the Northern Territory, Randstad offers you the advantage of having a direct contact person in your area.
If you need support when finding a job, please contact our friendly team, and a representative will get in touch with you.
The Northern Territory is undoubtedly the place for you if you’re planning to get warm temperatures and dry summers. Approximately 1600km from top to bottom, you can experience two distinct climate areas with the warm tropical top-end and dry arid Red Centre.
Summer in NT is between December to February, with average temperatures between 20°C and 35°C, with January being the wettest month with around 40mm of rainfall. Despite this, the climate is considered dry for most of the year.
Winter in NSW is between June and August and can be chilly across most states. The average temperature range is between 3–20°C and can drop below freezing, leaving a thin ice level and potentially snowfall.
Travel the Northern Territory by air, sea, rail or road, all easily accessible and allowing you to travel the way you want.
The Department of Transport is committed to helping locals, and visitors safely get to where you need, connecting you with work, family and places across the Northern Territory.
For more information on the transport plans across the state, visit the Transport for Northern Territory website.learn more
The Northern Territory is Australia's most northern state, which shares its borders with Queensland, South Australia & Western Australia.
Often called the ‘Top End’, Darwin, the Northern Territories' state capital, holds over 100,000 residents and is a coastal town with rich culture, food and adventure.
Darwin is the perfect coastal city to visit if you want a taste bud explosion or if your sense of fun is an adventure.
From the sparkling harbour and rich history to the Asian-inspired food and tropical-style weather, you’ll find it hard not to enjoy your stay in one of Australia’s most loved cities.
With beautiful landscapes, colourful outback characters and rich aboriginal history, Alice Springs, nestled between the East and West MacDonnell Range, is undoubtedly an Australian bucket list place to visit.