Herts for Learning provides flexible, high quality teaching, learning, leadership and business support to schools and education settings in Hertfordshire and beyond.  Our priorities are to ensure that the standard of education and outcomes for children are increased, and that schools receive traded services which meet their needs.

    To find out more about Herts for Learning and see where you could fit view our leaflet.

    In addition to a competitive salary you will also have access to these great benefits:

    • Pension scheme (10% employer contribution)
    • Life assurance
    • Performance related bonus
    • 28 days annual leave (rising to 31 following five years’ service)
    • Learning and development opportunities
    • Occupational sick/maternity/adoption pay
    • Flexible working opportunities
    • Childcare voucher salary sacrifice scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which provides advice and support, including a counselling service
    • Local sports activities
    • Herts Rewards, which provides access to substantial discounts and cashback on everyday shopping
    • Free, secure on-site parking
    • Restaurant
    • Shower and changing facilities

    We have much to offer including a state-of-the-art professional development centre and modern office facilities based in Stevenage. If you are looking for the next exciting move in your career we would love you to come and join us!

    In order to apply for jobs at Herts for Learning, please use the following forms:

    Once you have completed the application, supporting statement and equal opportunities forms please email them to hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk you may also include your CV and / or cover letter.

    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:

    Permanent contract, Full-time at 37 hours per week (Part-time will also be considered)

    Starting salary from £46,000+ p.a. pro-rata, based on appropriate skills and experience.)

    Based in Stevenage.

    Are you an outstanding Primary teacher or adviser who is passionate about children’s learning?

    You will have a specialism in Mathematics and are looking for the next step in your career development. If this is you, then come and join the HfL team of Primary Teaching and Learning Advisers (TLAs) where improving outcomes for children is our most important priority.

    Your own learning curve will be steep but you will be well supported throughout the journey by a highly skilled team who are at the cutting edge of educational practice. As a TLA, you will work alongside teachers and schools to develop and refine practice. You will enhance your understanding of school effectiveness and will work with a wide range of other professionals.

    You will be self-motivated, flexible and be prepared to travel to schools throughout Hertfordshire and beyond (travel allowance paid). In return, you can expect excellent conditions of employment and exciting professional development opportunities.

    For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Joythi Paul via email on hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk and provide your mobile no. so a mutually convenient time can be arranged to discuss the role.

    For application queries and submission, please contact our Central Recruitment Team on 01438 843465 or hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    Closing Date: Thursday 10th May 2018 at midnight
    Interview Day’s: Week commencing 14th May 2018

    Permanent contract, Fulltime at 37 hours per week

    Salary: c. £18,000 dependent on experience

    Based in Stevenage

    This is a fantastic opportunity for a resourceful, individual who would like to kick start their career in a varied and fast moving role. Our last Teach in Herts person secured a Graduate HR Advisor post within 2 years at Herts for Learning and is now studying her MCIPD to become a fully-fledged HR professional.

    Herts for Learning HR & Recruitment Services Team provides specialist advice and consultancy to over 500 schools, with approximately 20,000 staff. Schools repeatedly buy our service year after year because of the depth of expertise and the high quality of the service we provide.

    This role sits within the Recruitment Team and is responsible for the Teach in Herts website and services which are designed to support leadership, teacher and support staff attraction on behalf of schools in Hertfordshire.

    The role is varied and candidates can enjoy being part of a team, working in an open plan environment. Once trained, the individual will be able to manage their workload to ensure they are able to meet the changing needs of the business on a daily, weekly and monthly basis depending on the time of year.

    In return, you can expect excellent conditions of employment and exciting professional development opportunities.

    For this very important role, excellent interpersonal skills, ICT skills and the ability to work effectively as part of and across teams are essential.

    For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Anne Taylor via email anne.taylor@hertsforlearning.co.uk and provide your mobile no. so that we can arrange a mutually convenient time to call.

    For application queries, please contact our Central Recruitment Team on 01438 843465 or hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    Closing Date: Monday 30th April 2018 at 9am

    Interview Day: Wednesday 9th May 2018

    Full time, permanent, 37 hours, term-time + 2 weeks (c.40 weeks per year)

    Based in Stevenage

    Highly competitive salary up to £35,000 p.a. (dependent on experience) plus excellent pension and performance bonus

    We are looking for an experienced HR professional with drive, energy, enthusiasm and the ability to juggle multiple, varied and interesting cases and projects across a spectrum of schools of all shapes and sizes.

    They will have had exposure to commercial fast-paced environments, for example retail, food & leisure or financial services; prior experience within the education sector would be of benefit but not an essential criteria.

    The role requires a solid understanding and confidence in facilitating employee relations matters, with experience of supporting people change projects, recruitment and delivering training workshops.

    This is a really exciting, fast paced environment which is also incredibly rewarding in the difference we make to schools and the impact we have on children’s lives.

    The successful candidate will be mentored through their on-boarding experience and have the support of our experienced team.

    Herts for Learning also offers a range of benefits including:

    • Generous 28 day holiday entitlement on top of bank holidays
    • Excellent performance related bonus
    • Excellent company pension scheme with 10% employer contribution
    • Professional development programme, with financial support for professional accreditation
    • Flexible working
    • Childcare voucher scheme
    • Death in service insurance

    For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Chris Brown 07500 125068 or David Windridge 07733 126231.

    For application queries, please contact our Recruitment Services Team on 01438 844786 or hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    Permanent contract, 37 hours per week

    Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 p.a

    Based in Stevenage.

    Herts for Learning Ltd is the UK’s largest provider of school improvement services. Our vision is to be the company of choice for services, resources and products, helping those we work with to deliver a great education.

    Working for the Director of Business and Organisation Development (BOD), you will help nurture new business initiatives from research stages through to launch. These initiatives are generated from both our Business and Education Services, giving you a broad oversight of work at Herts for Learning.

    You’ll play a significant role supporting our Innovation Pipeline and helping ensure it runs effectively. Acting as the initial point of contact for new ideas, you’ll support HfL staff to access the pipeline and submit appropriate information to support their proposals. As well as liaising with the BOD Director to agree prioritisation of innovation ideas, you’ll help develop rigorous business cases to enable Herts for Learning make appropriate commercial decisions. When ideas are selected for development, you’ll lead/participate in business development projects as appropriate.

    You’ll have a track record of helping identify and capitalise upon business opportunities and be familiar with building (or providing significant input into) business cases. While an understanding of the education environment would be an advantage it is not a pre-requisite. More important is the energy, business acumen and great people skills you can bring to our friendly team.

    For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Sandra Guerreiro on 01438 843372 to arrange a mutually convenient time.

    For application queries, please contact our Central Recruitment Team on 01438 843465 or hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    Closing Date: Thursday 19th April 2018 at midnight
    Interview Day: Tuesday 1st May 2018