Established in 1983, The Keil Centre is a privately-owned consultancy of Chartered Psychologists, Ergonomists and Clinical & Counselling Psychologists, with a Head Office in central Edinburgh and a branch in Australia. We work with household name clients across the world in both the public and private sector. We pride ourselves in the high standards of our work, our professional integrity, and our ability to work collaboratively with our clients. We were the first business in Scotland to be recognised at Platinum level by Investors in People, emphasising the friendly, fun, nurturing and inclusive nature of our culture. We continue to enjoy steady growth and a strong demand for our products and services. These include:
- HF in Product Design and Systems Engineering
- Control Room Design and Engineering
- Human Performance and Human Reliability Analysis
- HF in Incident Investigation
- Safety Culture and Behaviour
- Leadership Development and Coaching
- Skills and Competence
- Business Psychology & Wellness
If you are interested in joining us, we have the following roles available:
Clinical/Counselling Psychologist, Full-time, Part-time Permanent
Edinburgh-based, FTE Salary £50 – 60k basic, discretionary bonus, contributory pension, private healthcare, 25 days’ annual leave plus public holidays.
The Keil Centre is seeking an experienced Clinical or Counselling Psychologist to join its well-established team to provide a psychological service to children and adult clients that are referred to The Keil Centre. The position offers flexible hours of either 14 or 21 or 35 hours a week. Employee share ownership is encouraged and equity in the business is available for those who are interested. This is a permanent, part-time position, operating out of the Edinburgh office, although it may require travel to local client sites.
This position is for an experienced professional and the successful candidate is likely to possess the following attributes:
- registered and chartered with a recognised professional body, i.e. HCPC and BPS
- a minimum of five years’ experience offering successful delivery of evidence-based psychological assessments and treatments.
- ability to offer specialist services such as working with children or conducting assessments of specific conditions.
If you have the attributes listed above, please email your CV and cover letter to Tammy King- email@example.com - by 17th May 2021. If you have any questions about the position, you can phone the office on 0131 229 6140 and ask to speak to Lize van Niekerk, Clinical Service Manager.
Senior/Principal Human Factors Consultant
UK-based, salary negotiable, discretionary bonus, contributory pension, private healthcare, 25 days’ annual leave plus public holidays.
The Keil Centre is seeking an experienced Human Factors Consultant to join its well-established team.
The role involves:
- Assessing client needs
- Project managing and delivering high quality solutions
- Managing client relationships and developing future business
- Working with colleagues to innovate, deliver projects, share expertise and develop new ideas for the business
- Growing your own capabilities and supporting others in their development
You will be trained in The Keil Centre’s award-winning product and service portfolio, whilst also encouraged to pursue your own professional interests. Employee share ownership is encouraged and equity in the business is available for those who are interested. This is a permanent, full-time position, operating out of the Edinburgh office, although it will require travel to client sites, both locally and internationally.
This position is for an experienced professional and the successful candidate is likely to possess most of the following attributes:
- Hold a degree in a relevant subject and hold/be working towards Registered or Chartered with a recognised professional body, ideally CIEHF
- A minimum of five years’ successful delivery of relevant 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
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Willingness to travel
Please email your CV and cover letter to Tammy King - firstname.lastname@example.org - by Friday 30th April 2021. Please note your salary expections on application.
If you have any questions about the position, you can phone the office on 0131 229 6140 to speak to Janette Edmonds, Director for Human Factors.