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Careers and Employment

The Careers and Employment team at Charles Darwin University are available to assist you in developing effective career management skills. These include developing your skills to identify career areas of interest and opportunity, along with appropriate education and training requirements.

To give you the best head start in getting into your chosen profession we suggest you contact the team to:

  • access information and advice to plan your career development
  • get help writing your resume
  • access resources to help you get the job you want
  • find out what jobs are available
  • if you are an international student or new to the Northern Territory and are seeking part-time employment while studying, you can view tips, hints and a range of companies you can contact.

General employment Notice board

Are you a IHD resident looking for other casual work around Darwin? Have you looked at our employment notice board?

Residents looking for casual or part time work, volunteering opportunities or careers information should check the IHD Employment Notice board in Building 3, Ground Floor adjacent to the telephone. Or come to reception to see our copy of the local paper for local jobs.




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Ditching God

by Snakebyte_XX

Emboldened atheists are finding purpose in coming out of the closet
Charles Lewis, National Post
Published: Saturday, July 21, 2007
The Centre for Inquiry Ontario office is on the main floor of an old row house in downtown Toronto, but has the look of a spacious church basement. It has a piano, folding chairs in neat rows, and shelves of books, many with God in the title. But because it is a drop-in centre for atheists, humanists and secularists, the books are entitled, The God Delusion, Can We Be Good Without God? and Road to Reason; the magazines include the Canadian Free Thinker and Skeptical Inquirer; and there are T-shirts for sale emblazoned with "Darwin" and "Heretic

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