Working for Cricket Australia means that you become a part of Australia’s proud history and help us look toward the future. We are seeking to drive bold, transformative change in digital experiences, junior participation, culturally diverse inclusion, gender equality and sustainability, re-imagine the W/BBL, build player connection through storytelling and play our part in developing the game globally.

Our purpose is clear; to unite and inspire everyone to love and play cricket. Cricket is so much more than just a game; it brings people together and binds us all through our shared experiences.

This is your opportunity to join a purpose-led organisation that truly makes a difference to Australians.


This is an exciting time for us, as we have created a new Media Rights Coordinator role within our Broadcast & Commercial Department. 

The Media Rights Coordinator will be responsible for providing operational and administrative expertise and support around servicing media rights partner contractual entitlements/requirements, taking ownership of selected media rights programs (e.g. NFT Digital Collectibles), and establishing best practices for the day-to-day functions of the Media Rights Team. 

We have big ambitions for this space, so we’re looking for drive, passion, and energy to bring our plans to life. If you’re a highly organised, detail-orientated individual with an innovative mindset then we want to hear from you!

Reporting to the Head of Media Rights you’ll be responsible for: 

– Rights Holder Servicing

o Establishing trusted working relationships with operational personnel of relevant rights holders.

o Managing annual delivery of contractual and bespoke ticketing and hospitality requirements of all Media Rights stakeholders.

– Media Rights Team Administrative Support

o Developing and maintaining standard operating procedures, supporting documentation and best practice document management processes to facilitate the operational excellence of the entire Media Rights Team.

o Work with the Media Rights Legal Function to facilitate the seamless integration of systems, processes and procedures between teams to facilitate operational and administrative excellence.

– Administrative Budget Management

o Maintaining and processing relevant budgetary documentation of the entire Media Rights function in a timely manner.

– Program Management

o In consultation with the Head of Media Rights, managing the commercial delivery and execution of CA’s digital collectibles program (currently CricRush).

o Managing all required approvals relating to CA intellectual property rights and assets.

o Proactive monitoring, management, and reporting around obligations of relevant partners and CA.


– Excellent organisational skills (including task/project/time management).

– Outstanding stakeholder management and communication skills.

– Ability to multi-task and manage conflicting and/or urgent requirements. 

– Excellent attention to detail and thorough approach to tasks. 

– Excellent Microsoft office skills – especially Microsoft PowerPoint, with the ability to prepare high standard PPT presentations or pitch documents.

– Relevant tertiary qualifications: Business/Sport Administration degree preferred.

– Experience working in a fast-paced events/entertainment environment is desirable.

– A basic understanding of cricket and its global landscape, and of sports broadcasting rights frameworks is desirable.


Our employees at Cricket are gifted an additional week leave at the end of season! As a CA employee, you will also have other benefits including:

– Tickets to the Cricket for you to take your friends and family and experience Australia’s favourite game!

– A flexible working environment, meaning we strike the balance of what you need and what works for the business (this isn’t limited to working remotely)

– Discounts from our partners and salary packaging options

– A multitude of leave types including paid parental leave and volunteer leave 


Cricket is a sport for all Australians and our workplace reflects that. We recognise our differences are our strength and a diverse and inclusive workforce is fundamental to our success. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people of colour, women, LGBTIQ+ people, people with diverse religious beliefs and people with a disability to apply. 

Australian Cricket, including Cricket Australia, is committed to being a child safe organisation and requires all team members to hold a valid Working with Children Check.

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