Work with us!

MusicNT have started a Remote Music Ranger program in six communities across the Norther Territory. We are currently seeking interest from women and men to take on paid work asn part of this program to provide activities and support for their community. This could include:

  • Running a regular music or songwriting program in community
  • Supporting an existing music room to be open on more occasions for communities
  • Helping the community to find a good place to hold regular music activities and safely store instruments and PAs
    Supporting visiting music programs or musicians
  • Helping local musicians apply for Festivals or Bush Bands and supporting them at these events
  • Getting more support for music programs for women and girls


To be considered for the Remote Music Ranger role you MUST;

  • Identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • Have a current NT driver’s licence – or be able to get one
  • Have a Working Safe with Kids card (Ochre) Card – or be able to get one


MusicNT will also provide training and support for you to learn new skills in these roles if you need them.

Please fill out the Expression of Interest form via the link below.


Are you passionate about creating safer spaces within the live music scene? MusicNT is excited to announce a fantastic opportunity to be a part of the All Good Project! We are seeking a dynamic individual to take on the role of Harm Minimisation Coordinator.

As the Harm Minimisation Coordinator, you will play a crucial role in implementing and overseeing initiatives aimed at creating safer spaces within the live music community. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Collaborating with venues and festivals to develop harm minimisation strategies.
  • Conducting educational programs on substance abuse and harm reduction.
  • Coordinating the deployment of harm minimisation resources and services during events.
  • Building and maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders, including venue owners, event organizers, and community partners.

For more information,  and to apply click the link below


Do you have skills and experience in playing music, audio recording, songwriting, group work/teaching, and/or working with remote communities?

Are you keen & available for casual work supporting MusicNT programs such as RAMP, Sista Sounds, and/or Divas??

If you answered an enthusiastic YES to any of the above MusicNT encourages you to submit an EOI for casual work as a mentor.

If you would like more information, contact Romana in our Darwin office on 08 8981 1995 or Genise in our Alice Springs office on 08 8952 0322. Alternatively please feel free to email Liz with any questions.

Please fill out the Expression of Interest form via the link below.