Are you ready to organise great events as our new Marketing Assistant?

At Quantib we come to work every day to solve the radiologist’s hardest challenges and to make sure they can spend their time in the most valuable way. Medical images enclose secrets about diseases we wish to unravel just as much as physicians do. Our aim is to support radiologists by providing them with fast and accurate software, which will enable them to detect the tiniest changes within the human body. If you’re excited about moving healthcare forward using artificial intelligence, we’d love for you to join us.

Quantib isn’t the kind of place where you work on your own little project without connecting to your colleagues. We are a tight team offering each other unconditional support. With a scale-up size (30 people and counting) and an agile workstyle we easily adapt our workplan to setbacks and windfalls.

Your goal

Your core goal is to build brand awareness and increase the amount of quality leads by organizing impeccable event attendance for Quantib. Events include large international radiologist trade shows, but also more local engineering focused conferences. Organization of our presence at such events include for example managing travel arrangements, application forms, hotels, material packing and shipping, booth design, email marketing, and this all while keeping an eye on the budget. Additionally, your help is wanted to take the lead in organizing internal events, plus some office management related tasks.

Collaborating with a content creating colleague you will make sure the online marketing efforts consisting of, for example, mailings, blog posts and social media campaigns are spot-on.

Your responsibilities

  • Organize Quantib’s presence at 10+ yearly conferences by managing all logistics (application, travel for the attendees, booth arrangements, packing and shipping).
  • Keep track of our event budget.
  • Manage third parties we cannot go without for event organizing (e.g. graphic designer for booth design, shipment companies, printers, etc)
  • Execute various marketing tasks needed to promote our events such as sending out email invites (in collaboration with a content creating colleague)  
  • Actively provide input on which events we should attend by monitoring relevant tradeshows  and evaluating which to attend.
  • Additionally, you will be in the lead for internal events such as team outings, Christmas parties, and some office management related business.

Your key competencies

  • You’re a very well organized person, who is on top of his/her to-do list and particularly good at keeping track of projects involving many different tasks.
  • You’re part of the marketing team (with an Inbound Marketing Associate and the Marketing Manager, whom you will be reporting to), and pro-actively seek input if needed, but you are also okay to work independently on event organizing.
  • You have an over-the-top customer service attitude, you’re eager to understand exactly what our customers are looking for and have a knack for using this knowledge to implement the best events.
  • You have an understanding of what a specific medical audience is looking for and are highly capable of translating this into event related initiatives.
  • You are responsible, you’ve got a goal setting mindset and you’re determined to make it happen and deliver great quality work beyond all expectations.
  • You are intrinsically motivated to change healthcare through artificial intelligence (i.e. find what we do really cool) and curious to dive in and learn more about our field of work.
  • You are looking for commercial opportunities, but you are also true to your values. While organizing events you have our commercial goals in mind and proactively assess and spot new marketing opportunities, however, nothing makes you stray from what you think is the right thing to do.

Just a few other requirements…

  •  A BSc degree in a relevant discipline (marketing, communication, event management, hospitality).
  • Organizational experience of 2+ years.
  • Excellent command of English, both in speech and writing other languages are a plus.
  • A Dutch or EU working permit (this is a must-have). 
  • Affinity with healthcare and some tech geekiness is a big plus.

… and what will we offer you?

  • You will be working in a dynamic and highly qualified team of 30, a lively mix of R&D engineers, AI specialists, combined with marketing and quality staff and clinicians who walk in and out to support us with their medical know-how.
  • Our team will coach you in an agile environment, involving you in stand-ups and sprint reviews.
  • This is a part time job (30 hours a week) in which you will have flexibility in working hours and the possibility to work partly from home.
  • Next to learning on the job, there is room for training to bring your skills to a next professional level.

We are looking for someone complementing our current team rather than just fitting in with the crowd. So if you have any other fantastic skills we haven’t thought of yet, but which will definitely help Quantib grow and change the world of healthcare, please include them in your cover letter, which you can upload below together with your CV. For more information you can also shoot a quick email to our Strategic marketing manager Ory Six at o.six@quantib.com