Who we are
As one of the state’s most iconic organisations, we’re proud to keep our members – and SA – moving in the right direction. More than 740,000 members choose us to deliver peace of mind through our trusted range of motor, home and travel products and services.
We’re a passionate bunch, and we’re proud to work for an organisation with purpose. More than 900 of us strive to make a real impact and keep our members moving every day. We’re not slowing down either. We have big plans to make life even better for our members so they can focus on what matters to them.
Why join us?
We’re a team led by purpose, bound by values and driven by people – and our culture reflects this wholeheartedly. You grow, both personally and professionally, through training, development and a diverse range of career opportunities. You make things happen and you make a real difference, because all the big decisions are made right here in SA. We celebrate your successes and help you to realise your ambitions. Come join us.
What work will you do?
At RAA, each and every one of us proudly makes a difference to the lives of people in SA. We all have a role to play in delivering value and creating memorable experiences for our members and customers. With multiple industries in one organisation, we offer challenge, variety and the opportunity to undertake real and meaningful work.
You could be:
Summer Vacation Internships
Our Summer Vacation Internship program offers penultimate university students six weeks of paid work experience over the summer break.
This program provides budding professionals with valuable industry experience and the opportunity to see our values and culture firsthand. You’ll contribute to the positive and memorable experiences we continue to deliver to our members and gain insight into a rewarding career at RAA.
Summer interns will receive:
Applications for our 2020 Summer Vacation Internship program will open on Monday 23 September 2019 and close 9am Tuesday 8 October 2019.
For our 2020 cohort, we’re looking for interns with the following study backgrounds:
Applications will be accepted via the careers page of our website under ‘current vacancies’, including your CV and cover letter addressing essential criteria. You must be in your penultimate year of university, with working rights in Australia to be eligible to apply.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to undertake psychometric assessment and an interview at RAA Head Office in October. If you’re successful, you’ll get a verbal offer followed by a formal contract. You’ll also be invited to come in for coffee to meet your team and the other interns at Head Office before you start.
Please note you must be available for the full duration of the internship: 13 Jan 2020–21 Feb 2020.
Work Integrated Learning
We’re proud to offer undergraduate students with Work Integrated Learning opportunities for university course credit. This program gives you the opportunity to put your knowledge into practice in a diverse business, develop skills in a corporate environment and upskill at your own pace.
We take on students from a range of disciplines, including IT, Finance, Human Resources and Law.
If you’re interested in a Work Integrated Learning opportunity at RAA, please send your CV and placement requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data and Digital Graduate Program
Jump start your career in a place where your voice is heard, your success is celebrated, and your ambitions are realised.
We’re looking for ambitious graduates to excel at RAA, helping us to move in the right direction and keep our members moving. We know work is not just about checking things off your daily to-do list. We’ll support you to thrive in our purpose-led culture, giving you a range of experiences and opportunities to move your career forward. Applications for RAA’s 2021 Data and Digital Graduate Program will open in early 2020 for IT graduates.
Our 18-month Graduate Program offers:
Applications will be accepted via the careers page of our website under ‘current vacancies’, including your CV, cover letter and academic transcript. You must be in your final year of university or first year since graduating with working rights in Australia to be eligible to apply.