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If you love cricket, don't mind working long hours, have a flair for writing in English and a curiosity about the internet, you could be a sub-editor with Cricinfo. The world's leading cricket website is looking for staff at the junior level for its offices in Mumbai and Bangalore. The job involves a large amount of desk work - editing, rewriting, trawling for news - and the opportunity for original writing, all in the company of cricket tragics and anoraks. We cover all sorts of cricket, from the Ashes to Big Bashes, Headingley to Hobart.
If you can take the heat - beginning with our rigorous screening process - and think you have the confidence to go all the way, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
WARNING: This job can be seriously addictive
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