Opportunities | Who we are | Our culture & values | Our pay formula

📖 Opportunities in the Team

No current opportunities

📖 Contract Opportunities

<aside> 🧞 Don’t quite fit an open role but would still like to work with us?

We’re always looking for great facilitators and learning designers to join our freelance collective. Please send an email to [email protected] with your LinkedIn or website, and a little bit about why you’d like to join our pool of freelancers.

We’ll get back to you as soon as we can for a follow up chat.


Who we are

Huddlecraft helps people and organisations climb the steep, collective learning curves we face in the 21st Century.


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We are growing an ecosystem of support for peer-to-peer learning and action, via:

*huddlecraft: we define the term as ‘the practice of combining people to unearth and multiply potential’, and this peer-to-peer methodology is at the heart of everything we do.

We’ve recently rebranded from our old name, Enrol Yourself, to fully reflect our purpose and direction (if you know us from before the rebrand, hi! 👋)

Our culture & values

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We’re a small but mighty Community Interest Company that intends to evolve in ways we cannot yet imagine. 💪

We don’t have line managers: we’re a self-managing team with deep roots of collaboration, who really value continual learning and operating in a peer-led way.

We are currently a full time team of 4, and we also work with the support of a wider freelance Collective.

Diversity, Inclusion and anti-oppression:

We’re committed to going beyond lip service and have an ongoing practice to embed diversity, inclusion and anti-oppression in everything we do: from our public facing comms, to our programmes, to the inner workings of our culture.

Prospective candidates don’t need to ‘know everything’, but we’re seeking a commitment to continual learning in this area.

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Our culture:

💰 Our pay formula