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Working with us

Our core purpose connects our HFL community; supporting and developing our colleagues to realise real change in education and add value to young peoples’ lives.

Todays’ students are tomorrows’ leaders; we take immense pride in working closely with schools,  and trusts to provide a broad portfolio of events, products and services which enable them to deliver high-quality teaching and learning at all levels.

hfl education staff - man and woman looking at their laptops
HFL education staff working together

We’re passionate about extending our offer, and our reach; supporting more educational settings to continue widening the impact of our work. We’re driven and we value collaboration, innovation, and creativity - and we reward success, endeavour, and commitment.  

If this vision connects with you, then you sound like the sort of person we’d like to meet.

We don’t do off-the-peg, and we don’t do one-size-fits all. What we look for when we hire a new colleague is someone who shares our passion for, and commitment to finding innovative ways of working that have children and those who teach them at their heart. 

In return, we’ll offer you a warm welcome and a friendly, supportive environment where you can feel connected to the heart of our collective ambition and play your part in shaping our future, whether you’re working directly alongside our clients - or in one of our support services enabling your colleagues to deliver.

Our community is of paramount importance to us. In our pursuit of excellence in serving our schools, settings and trusts we are equally dedicated to caring for our colleagues.

Current vacancies

If you are looking for the next exciting move in your career, we would love you to come and join us. We currently have vacancies in the following areas:

You can also drop us a line to introduce yourself, and let’s keep in touch at or call 01438 544464.

Please note that all positions within HFL Education are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. This guide outlines the steps involved in obtaining a DBS check and provides helpful information to streamline the process for all involved.

Your benefits

Here are a few of the perks for working at HFL in addition to your competitive salary:


  • 28 days annual leave (rising to 31 following five years’ service)  plus bank holidays

  • A range of additional leave (compassionate, emergency, pregnancy related sickness, and disability leave for appointments)

  • Pension scheme (10% employer contribution)

  • Life assurance

  • Cycle to Work scheme

  • Annual company bonus opportunity

  • Learning and development opportunities including academic sponsorship

  • Occupational sick/maternity/adoption pay

  • Access to HFL Extras, our online platform with a wide range of savings, discounts and cashback opportunities

  • Paid leave entitlement to undertake voluntary work; we especially encourage school governors

  • Hybrid flexible working with support on commuting expenses

  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which provides advice and support, including a counselling service

  • Access to Mental Health First Aiders

  • Modern office facilities with restaurant, secure parking & cycle lock-up, and EV charger points


Our company

See how the jobs advertised fit into our company structure.

Passionate about equal opportunities

HFL is an equal opportunities employer, committed to building and celebrating an environment that is inclusive and equitable, in which everyone can flourish, regardless of race, age, sexuality, gender, disability, or status.

We are a committed Disability Confident employer and a signatory of the BITC Race at Work Charter reflecting our continuing commitment to be unbiased across our recruitment and workplace practices.

We actively encourage suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply and to join us. We use an anonymous application process to ensure we always select candidates based on their skills and competencies. When two or more candidates have equal merit, the candidate with protected characteristics will have an advantage over others. This tie-breaker approach is described as positive action in the Equality Act 2010 and we believe strongly in the power of overcoming disadvantage.

If you are invited to interview, please be prepared to discuss the subject of unconscious bias with us. These conversations are extremely useful in giving us an idea of what working together will be like.

Can’t see a role that quite fits? Drop us a line to introduce yourself, and let’s keep in touch.