ESPNCricinfo Career

ESPNCricinfo employs over a hundred people in five locations across India, Australia, London, South Africa and Sri Lanka. We hire high-calibre professionals from a variety of disciplines, including Technology, Sales, Editorial, and Marketing. At ESPNCricinfo we understand that our people are our greatest asset, and recruiting and retaining the best employees is a primary objective. That's why ESPNCricinfo offers an exciting work environment that encourages creativity, initiative, and professional growth.

Benefits

ESPNCricinfo provides comprehensive benefits to full-time salaried employees of the company. We update our compensation and benefits policies regularly by participating in industry surveys. Among the benefits provided are:

Health
Health
Employees and their dependents are covered under company-paid health and accident insurance programmes.
Paid holidays
Paid holidays
ESPNCricinfo observes 11 holidays a year for salaried employees, apart from leave and weekly offs.
Superannuation
Superannuation
ESPNCricinfo conforms to statutory requirements and provides employees with Employee Provident Fund and Employees Gratuity Benefits, payable as per the provisions of the applicable acts.
Referral Bonus Programme
Referral Bonus Programme
ESPNCricinfo encourages employees to refer their friends and relatives who they believe would strengthen the building of the organisation. Employees who refer candidates are eligible for a referral bonus, payable after 90 days of successful service by the referred employee.

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Testimonials

Jayaditya Gupta

Jayaditya Gupta

My decision to join Cricinfo, after spending 17 years in print, and working in a senior position in a highly respected media organisation, evoked much amazement among my friends and colleagues. Moreover, I wasn't even a cricket fan, although as Sports Editor at the Indian Express, I had to look at all sports. Football was my game, I'd covered two World Cups and was set for a few more. But Cricinfo provided a chance to work in a small, focused, high-energy team, which made achieving results much easier. Also, though the print media is still here to stay, I believe the net as a medium is far more exciting and offers greater creative opportunities. Finally, Cricinfo had a reputation as a solid news organisation, with high credibility, and little of the idealistic hypocrisy the mainstream media excels in. My time at Cricinfo has been largely what I expected, with some exciting bonuses.