7. Responsibilities

7.1 Team NT Executive members

The responsibility of the Team NT members is to:

  • deliver advice and facilitation on specific projects as commissioned by the Jobs Sub-Committee of Cabinet, which contribute to the NT’s economic growth and job creation
  • advise and make recommendation to government on matters relating to international engagement, trade and investment
  • promote long term engagement and mutual beneficial relationships with key local, national and international partners
  • give advice responsibly and to the best of their knowledge and ability, that will assist in achieving the objectives of NT strategic priorities
  • facilitate, in a timely manner, projects that are requested by government, to be undertaken individually or cooperatively as agreed in accordance with individuals’ skills and knowledge
  • lead and / or participate and report on international and interstate, engagement, trade and investment missions as appropriate, and
  • in the course of the discharge of their responsibilities, act as ‘advocates’ within the broader NT and international communities to promote the NT as a place to invest, live, work and study.

7.2 Team NT support unit - DTBI

The Team NT Support unit is responsible for:

High Level Support Services

  • undertaking high level analysis and research on specific issues
  • preparing reports and briefing papers
  • undertaking engagement of additional expertise as recommended by Team NT Executive and approved by the Chief Minister
  • travelling with the Team NT Executive and assisting with travel requirements and on ground logistics as appropriate.

Secretariat services

  • arranging meetings including booking venues, making travel arrangements and issuing invitations to members and relevant stakeholders
  • preparing the agenda in consultation with Team NT members
  • compiling reports and documentation including undertaking research and information gathering
  • distributing meeting papers to members in a timely manner
  • recording and retaining detailed records of decisions and actions agreed during meetings
  • distributing meeting records
  • preparing outgoing Team NT Executive correspondences, and
  • securing industry participation, guest speakers or other relevant personnel to attend meetings as requested.

Last updated: 06 June 2019

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