How the Scheme operates - an overview

Super will play an important part in your financial future. It can make a big difference in helping you achieve the lifestyle and income that you want in retirement. The SA Ambulance Service Superannuation Scheme is designed to help you do this. You automatically became a member if you commenced employment with the SA Ambulance Service before 1 July 2008.

The Trustee of the Scheme is the South Australian Superannuation Board, referred to as the Super SA Board and your funds are managed by specialist investment managers, Funds SA.

If you’re a standard contributory member, you will receive an entitlement:
– When you retire.
– If you retire before age 60 due to serious ill health.
– If you leave employment with the SA Ambulance Service.
– If you suffer total and permanent disablement.
– If you're temporarily disabled and need income protection.
– If you die.
– If you die and have taken out voluntary insurance cover.

If you’re a non-contributory member, you will receive an entitlement:
– When you retire.
– If you leave employment with the SA Ambulance Service.
– If you suffer total and permanent disablement.
– If you die and have taken out voluntary insurance cover.