Vacancies

Principal Human Factors Consultant

Edinburgh-based, Salary £50-60k basic, discretionary bonus, contributory pension, private healthcare, 25 days’ annual leave plus public holidays.

This position is for a highly experienced professional and the successful candidate is likely to possess the following:

  • Registered or Chartered with a recognised professional body
  • A minimum of ten years’ successful delivery of HF projects, ideally across several industry sectors
  • Demonstrable record of client management and business development
  • Experience in a range of project types, including development and delivery of training
  • Willingness to travel

 

Human Factors Consultant / Senior

Edinburgh-based, Salary £30-50k basic, discretionary bonus, contributory pension, private healthcare, 25 days’ annual leave plus public holidays.

This position would suit either a recently qualified post graduate with some relevant work experience, or someone with strong HF knowledge whose consultancy skills are still developing.  The Senior position would suit someone with several years’ experience in consultancy who is looking to further develop their skills.

  • Post Graduate qualification in relevant discipline
  • Chartered/Registered with recognised professional body, or working towards that status
  • A minimum of three years’ HF related work or project experience
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Willingness to travel

 

For both positions, we will support you in becoming proficient in The Keil Centre’s product and service portfolio, whilst encouraging you to pursue your professional interest and expertise.

 

Interested?

Please email your CV and cover letter to Joanne Hellen - joanne@keilcentre.co.uk - applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

If you have any questions about the position, you can phone the office on 0131 229 6140 and speak to Janette Edmonds.

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