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Northern Territory State Council

AHRI members are represented by their State Council. These are comprised of elected professional level members. Nominations for council positions were invited from all AHRI members in February and elections held in March 2017. Congratulations to the new and re-elected councillors. Below is the current State Council for the Northern Territory.

Jason Chin

NT State President

Jason Chin CAHRI
Human Resources and Operations Manager
Menzies School of Health Research
NTpresident@ahri.com.au

Chin is Manager of Human Resources and Operations at Menzies School of Health Research based in Darwin, NT. Prior to his appointment at Menzies, he held HR roles at Kormilda College and Paspaley Pearling Company.

Chin has been a member of the NT State Council for seven years and is passionate about the development of the HR profession and HR practitioners. He holds Masters degrees in Human Resources (MHR) and Business Administration (MBA), both awarded by Deakin University.

Vice President, Certification        Megan Townsend CAHRI
HR/IR Manager
Buslink VIVO, ICHTHYS LNG Project
Vice President, Membership        Kim Mannering CAHRI
General Manager HR
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
Secretary RENEE ALEXANDER MAHRI
SENIOR HR CONSULTANT
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
 Councillor JILL ADAMS CAHRI
DIRECTOR PEOPLE AND CAPABILITY
CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY
Councillor  PATRICK COZENS CAHRI
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
COZENS JOHANSEN LAWYERS
Councillor IAN MATHERS MAHRI
HR ADVISOR
CITY OF PALMERSTON
Councillor JODIE WHEELER CAHRI
MANAGER PEOPLE, CULTURE AND CAPABILITY
CITY OF DARWIN
Councillor BRENDA WILLSHIRE CAHRI
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
ST PHILLIPS COLLEGE

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That AHRI is representing 21,000 HR professionals from Australia and around the globe?

70 YEARS OF HR IN AUSTRALIA

In 2013, AHRI celebrated 70 years as an institute. In HRmonthly magazine, we reflect on how the profession has evolved.

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