Bulletin 8 - Reminder to vote - issued 4 April 2022

The ballot for the proposed Medical Officers NTPS 2022 – 2025 Enterprise Agreement closes at 10:30am on Friday, 8 April 2022.

If you haven’t already voted, then I encourage you to take part in this ballot by casting your vote.

All Medical Officers are entitled to vote. You do not have to be a member of the Australian Salaried Medical Officers’ Federation (NT) to vote in the ballot.

Make your vote count

If majority of Medical Officers who vote, vote yes, and the agreement is approved by the Fair Work Commission, the significant improvements to terms and conditions of employment for Medical Officers will be implemented.

Every vote is important and can make a difference, and I encourage you to take part in this ballot by casting your vote.

If the vote isn’t supported the current agreement will continue to apply, the lump sum payments can’t be passed on nor the offered improvements to conditions.

Northern Territory Electoral Commission

If you have not received an email to cast your vote please contact NTEC on 8999 7641.

The NTEC ballot process ensures that all Medical Officers personal details remain confidential, and that voting preferences cannot be identified.

The Commissioner will advise Medical Officers of the ballot result via a bulletin and a notice on the OCPE website.

More information

Links to the proposed agreement and explanatory notes are available in Bulletin 6 and hard copies are available around the workplace.

For further information on the proposed agreement, explanatory notes, or the ballot process, please contact Danny Coombes at the Department of Health on 8922 7193 or Viki Smith at OCPE by calling 8999 4184.

All Bulletins and Information Sheets on the progress of bargaining and proposals for the new agreement can be accessed on the OCPE website.

Vicki Telfer PSM
Commissioner for Public Employment
4 April 2022

Last updated: 04 May 2022

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