Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. is an international corporate entity fusing the remarkable legacy of Encyclopædia Britannica with all the power and possibilities of technology.
With more than 230 years of experience gathering and organizing information on thousands of subjects, we are realizing our vision daily. We desire to be the most trusted source of information, knowledge, and learning.
Today, our dynamic team of employees is taking the Britannica tradition into the 21st century. Our website continues to grow in popularity momentum, and has obtained wide recognition as one of the finest sites on the internet.
We are selecting people who have desire, drive and vision to continue the legacy that was started more than 230 years ago.
Our Standard: Bright, results-oriented people who thrive in a changing environment. Working at Encyclopædia Britannica is the ultimate opportunity to expand your mind, your career and to partner with a great group of quality driven people.
Our Compensation: We want your commitment and talent. We offer competitive performance compensation. Our policy is to compensate all employees for their contribution to the success of the business. Our goal is to attract, motivate and retain talented, high performing employees. We recognize and reward satisfactory performance on a regular performance appraisal at least annually.
Our Benefits: Employees at Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. enjoy the following benefits:
- Medical (HMO and PPO)
- Prescription drug program
- Dental (DMO and PPO)
- Optional life and dependent life insurance
- Short-term disability
- Long-term disability
- 401(k) plan
- Paid time off including vacation, personal days and holidays
- A business-casual work environment
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
331 North La Salle Street
Chicago, IL 60610
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