As Victoria’s largest members organisation, we have a powerful organisational vision: to improve the lives of Victorians by addressing their needs in the areas of mobility, home and leisure. We are a diverse organisation offering a variety of career paths across our teams in Corporate, resorts & clubs, retail & member support or even our Associate businesses (RACV Solar, Intelematics, Nationwide Group).
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If you’re interested in working at RACV, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when RACV hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.
RACV has more than 2 million members and, as a mutual, operates in a very different way to shareholder-based companies. RACV exists to improve the lives of Victorians by addressing their needs in the areas of mobility, home and leisure and continuing to be their advocate.
Supporting Victorian communities
As Victoria’s principal membership organisation, we take our obligation to act as a responsible corporate citizen seriously. That's why every year, we support a variety of projects and programs that work to strengthen local communities. We do this through our:
- Community Foundation program where we assist not-for-profit organisations and charity groups.
- Volunteer program that provides members with the opportunity to get involved in a range of activities and projects.
- Community partnerships with Netball Victoria, Phillip Island Nature Parks and Safety Alliance Victoria, Midsumma.
- We also host a variety of activities throughout the year for you to get involved in.
As an RACV Graduate, you will make your mark in three different business areas. Being an RACV Graduate will allow you to have an in-depth understanding of the business, experience a diverse range of development opportunities, expand your skills, and grow as a well-rounded and influential professional. Our program aims to bridge the gap for students between academic and work experience.
Based out of our Head Office at 485 Bourke Street, our 12-month generalist or specialist program offers you 3x4 months rotations. This gives you the opportunity to experience different parts of RACV and meet key leaders as you grow your career.
The 2022 Graduate Program offers a number of streams which include:
- Digital (Content)
- User Experience (UX) / Service Design
- Digital Analytics
Applications for the 2022 RACV Graduate Program open 2 June 2021 and close 23 July 2021.
You can apply for the program here
Graduates will be placed in a permanent role at the conclusion of the program.
How you will contribute
You’ll manage and contribute to significant and meaningful projects, strategy development, and strategic initiatives whilst working on an enterprise wide capstone project with your Graduate peers. At the same time, you will expand your skills, challenge yourself and take momentous steps in building your career.
Be supported every step of the way
You will be supported through a structured learning and development program, formal rotations, mentor programs, various on the job activities, and networking opportunities.
Whether your sights are set on a career in UX, design, data analytics, finance, marketing, technology or product, you’ll receive unparalleled support to help you develop. Each of our graduates are:
- provided with an individual development plan tailored to you and designed to help you achieve your career goals
- paired with a mentor from senior management for coaching and guidance
- offered the opportunity to work in different roles and teams.
“The opportunity to be part of RACV’s 2020 Graduate Program has been incredibly rewarding both personally and professionally.
The learning development opportunities inspire me to think outside the box and having support and guidance from my manager and team has enabled me to grow and learn to adapt to new challenges.”
“As a Commerce and Science graduate (majoring in Marketing and Immunology), I was still unsure about the direction of my career path. As I was scrolling through the countless opportunities advertised on LinkedIn, RACV’s generalist Graduate Program caught my eye. It offered various rotations, non-specific to a stream. Perfect, I thought and with that, I applied for it.
When I started, we were welcomed and greeted by friendly smiles throughout the organisation. We also had the opportunity to be given a tour of the RACV City Club and experience a day at the RACV retail stores.
Overall, I think that RACV’s generalist Graduate Program offers an invaluable experience and the coordinators and rotation managers have been immensely supportive. I look forward to exploring more opportunities and challenges and to discover what my future holds at RACV.”
“Since joining the team at RACV, my perspective and opinion has been encouraged and welcomed. I have added value to many of the diverse projects and initiatives that are being delivered across the company. My leaders and mentors are constantly providing me with opportunities to overcome challenging situations, to expand my professional network and to develop my knowledge and understanding of how the business operates.
One of my favourite parts of the Graduate Program has been sharing each moment – both struggles and successes – with other graduates, past and present. The corporate culture at RACV of innovation, courage and community is like nothing I have experienced; making you feel valued, accepted, and supported.”
“After reading the testimonials from previous graduates, on RACV’s Graduate Program webpage, I realised how beneficial this program could be for me. Simply, by being able to work in different areas/divisions of the business, (e.g. P&C, Marketing, Motoring, Membership, Home, G,S&A etc.), you get an insight into what type of career might suit you best.
My first rotation was in the Energy team in the Home Division. I was welcomed into the team by all the staff and felt very comfortable when I was settling into the team. Support is always there at RACV, so although it is a daunting experience starting in your first rotation, you will be able to gain confidence and start to feel like you are making a sound contribution to your team in a short timeframe. Personally, a real highlight of my first rotation was briefly presenting to the MD&CEO and other Executives with my fellow team members. This was a truly valuable experience and one that I gained great feedback from with how I performed.”
“What excited me about being part of the RACV Graduate Program was that I would be able to rotate across many parts of the business, developing new skills and learning more about myself and where I want to be in the future.
Coming into RACV I never expected to be able to do a rotation in the field of construction. I was able to complete a rotation in the Property & Capital Works department and being able to see the completion of the Eagle House Ground Floor was incredibly rewarding. With the support of my manager, I was given the reigns to be the acting Project Manager and the freedom to make decisions and mistakes to learn from.”
“RACV’s strong reputation and community presence, coupled with the unique nature of its Hospitality Management Graduate Program, were key elements that enticed me to apply for the role.
I anticipated an exciting and fast paced 12 months, full of new experiences and challenges, constant learning and hard work. Whilst the difficulties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have been challenging, the program has exceeded my expectations so far. A highlight has been my rotation through RACV’s Health, Safety and Wellbeing team, where I learned about the company’s HSW Framework and the safety industry as a whole. This was a valuable learning experience that I now apply to my rotations in the City Club.
Although the past year has been a rollercoaster, I have felt supported throughout the entirety of my time at RACV, a true testament to the culture that exists across the business.”
Micah San Pascual
“I was attracted to apply to RACV’s Graduate Program after reading testimonials and finding that fellow Arts graduates had been part of previous cohorts, and that the program’s generalist structure allowed graduates the privilege to rotate in different business areas and acquiring a variety of skills.
I rotated remotely into the Marketing and Communications team at RACV Solar, where I was able to get involved in the build of the new RACV Solar website. I was also able to assist in the first stage of RACV’s Solar in the Regions program, which eventuated in having to channel my inner vlogger persona, having had the opportunity to run an Instagram Story takeover on the RACV socials for the program launch in Regional Victoria.
It has been great so far, and the ride’s not over yet and I look forward to the future challenges and opportunities that the Graduate Program brings on next.”
We’re committed to acting responsibly and demonstrating leadership through the business decisions we make and the actions we take, from supporting local charities through our Community Foundation to our long-standing advocacy efforts on everything from road rules to public transport.
We recognise that we have a responsibility and opportunity to take a leadership role in creating social impact, and now you have the opportunity to join us.
- Discover how we influence change and drive sustainable outcomes.
- Get involved in projects that help Victorians feel connected, safe and included in their community.
- RACV x Orygen Partnership: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScgLVwPAYdE
- RACV provides 30,000 emergency meals to Victoria’s vulnerable: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D52EGKQNe4Q
- RACV x BEAM (mobility): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qp5SpxnqOAw
- RACV Solar - Resilience in the Regions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7y8EUZ5X-8
- RACV partners with Eat Up to help families impacted by COVID-19: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stcn7P5f170
- Volunteer for RACV and community-partnered events including ANZAC Day, and the Midsumma Festival.
There’s something special about working for an iconic Australian organisation. A household name for most Victorians, the RACV has been around for more than 115 years and is now recognised as the largest member organisation in Victoria.
Renowned for our advocacy efforts and our wide range of products and services in mobility, home and leisure, we’re proud of our rich history and excited for an even brighter future.
See our careers page for more information.