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Working at the RAH


The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is one of Australia’s most advanced healthcare facilities, integrating the latest innovations across health, education and research to deliver high-quality care.

As South Australia’s flagship hospital, the RAH provides a comprehensive range of complex care across medical, surgical, emergency, acute mental health, outpatient and diagnostic fields.

The state-of-the-art facilities at the RAH are appealing to healthcare professionals, helping to attract some of the best expertise from around the world.

The RAH forms a critical part of Adelaide BioMed City which brings together healthcare, education and research in one central hub.

The precinct will incorporate the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), the University of Adelaide Medical and Nursing School and University of South Australia’s Centre for Cancer Biology.

Together, these facilities will form the biggest health precinct in the Southern Hemisphere and will lead the nation in developing international best practice models of training, research and healthcare delivery, as well as create thousands of new employment opportunities. 

SA Health Careers

All vacancies within SA Health are advertised through the SA Health Careers website. Visit for further information. 

Spotless Careers 

Spotless Integrated Services are the Facility Manager of the RAH and provide a range of services, such as: 

  • Facility Helpdesk 
  • Cleaning and Domestic Services
  • Patient Support Services (new Patient Support Services Assistant role) 
  • Orderly Services
  • Catering 
  • Car Parking Services
  • Internal Linen Distribution
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Grounds and Gardens Services
  • Asset Management
  • Pest Control Services
  • Waste Management
  • Bulk Stores
  • Information and Communication Technology

For information about career opportunities at Spotless, visit

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