Cricketer Jobs is the World’s central resource for all cricket related jobs. We scour the world of cricket recruitment for the the latest job vacancies in coaching, groundstaff, admin, medical, media and much, much more.

Our dedicated team updates this page regularly, ensuring you never miss a vacancy in the cricket world.


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Having spent his youth playing cricket in the north of England, Sam comes from an extensive background in coaching.

After studying Sports Performance M(SC), he travelled the world playing cricket and developing his coaching skills in range of culture and environments where he work with some of the worlds best coaches. 

He’s managed a highly successful coaching business and has worked with some of the UK’s leading cricket schools in coaching, management and leadership roles, as well coaching various first class counties throughout his career.

Some years ago Sam identified a gap in the cricket market; finding a job was an almost impossible task. With no global or national central resource of cricket vacancies, he set about bringing them all together into one place.

Since forming the service, Sam has worked with hundreds of cricket clubs, first class sides, businesses and national governing bodies, advertising, shortlisting or interview applicants, to help them secure the best possible candidates. At the same time Sam has helped a select group of coaches, managers and business leaders secure new roles within cricket.

Sam leads Cricketer Jobs and is your primary point of contact should you need any of our services.

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