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Community Manager Quantum Delft
Community Manager Quantum Delft
QuTech is a mission-driven research institute, run by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). Together, we work on a radically new technology with world-changing potential, developing scalable prototypes of a quantum computer and an intrinsically safe quantum internet.
QuTech is creating the quantum future. We believe that quantum technology can be a game changer in many social and economic sectors, including health, agriculture, climate and safety. To achieve our ambitious goals, we bring together scientists, engineers and industry in an inspiring environment – with plenty of space for ambition, entrepreneurship and innovation. QuTech’s research and engineering activities are conducted in three divisions: Quantum Computing, Quantum Internet and Qubit Research. Our divisions and support teams include 220 FTE and over 300 dedicated people and we are happy to welcome new colleagues who share our vision and enthusiasm.
Quantum Delft (www.quantumdelft.), as part of the QuTech ecosystem, is a vibrant and innovative community where top-quality scientists, engineers, students and entrepreneurs work together at the frontier of quantum technology.
What will you do
We are looking for a Community Manager to further build up and strengthen the relationships within the community, and develop and execute communication strategies. You will regularly dive into the community and engage with all the parties involved to keep up to date. In collaboration with the Quantum Delft residents, you will be responsible for organising interesting activities for the entire Delft ecosystem.
Another aspect of the work is to keep the Quantum Delft website and various social media up to date. Quantum Delft is one of the hubs in the national quantum ecosystem, Quantum Delta NL (www.quantumdelta.nl), which requires you to work together with the Quantum Delta NL Community Manager and align on the communication efforts with the other hubs in Amsterdam, Leiden, Eindhoven and Twente.
Since you will know the target groups and how best to communicate with them, you will have a valuable position for advising the rest of the Quantum Delft team. Creativity and input of ideas is appreciated.
What do you have to offer
Fascination and/or experience around quantum physics and enabling technology
An ability to work both independently and within a small team; simultaneously managing multiple projects
Previous experience in community building (online & offline), developing communication plans and tools, and knowledge of CMS, social media marketing & analytics
Having an eye for design and knowing how to work with digital design tools
A feeling for the environment where you work, and the various interest that play a role there
At least 2 years of experience in a similar position
Conditions of employment
The Community Manager position is for a maximum of 24 working hours per week (0.6 FTE). The appointment is for one year with the option to become structural. The full-time salary is based on VSNU-CAO Scale 10 (salary 2.790 – max 4.402 gross per month on a fulltime basis). The actual salary will be based on your knowledge and relevant work-experience. Full-time means 38 working hours per week.TU Delft / QuTech offers a customizable compensation package, an attractive pension scheme, holiday allowance, a generous amount of holidays, a 13th month pay, a discount for health insurance and sport memberships, and a monthly work costs contribution. Flexible work schedules can be arranged. An International Children’s Centre offers our employees child care and an international primary school. Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities (VSNU-CAO). Dutch citizenship or a European working permit is required to apply.
Your contract will be with TU Delft. Delft University of Technology is built on strong foundations. As creators of the world-famous Dutch waterworks and pioneers in biotech, TU Delft is a top international university combining science, engineering and design. It delivers world class results in education, research and innovation. For generations, our engineers have proven to be entrepreneurial problem-solvers both in business and in a social context. TU Delft offers 16 Bachelor’s and 32 Master’s programs to more than 23,000 students. Our scientific staff consists of 3,500 staff members and 2,800 PhD candidates. Together we imagine, invent and create solutions using technology to have a positive impact on a global scale. Challenge. Change. Impact!
Quantum Delft provides businesses with access to top student talent; a pool of 200+ researchers; a strong start-up community; and top-notch research facilities such as cleanrooms. The goal of our initiative is to support the growing number of companies who are spinning out of QuTech or engaging from elsewhere to establish a lab or office in Delft. Quantum Delft started in 2019 and combines the efforts of many players. These include QuTech, TU Delft, TNO, the city of Delft and several companies established at the TU Delft Campus – among which are Microsoft, Bluefors and a growing number of start-ups and scale-ups.
Quantum Delft is the physical heart of Quantum Delta (www.quantumdelta.nl), the national initiative that combines all quantum efforts in the Netherlands (including universities in Delft, Leiden, Amsterdam, Enschede and Eindhoven), with the aim of developing an ecosystem. A team is in place to support and develop this ecosystem, focusing on place, people and partnering.
Place: Delft is unique for its engineering culture and world-class facilities. Our can-do mentality and full-stack approach welcome people from all kinds of backgrounds to build new technology and benefit from our facilities.
People: we believe that the key to innovation is mixing talent, ensuring diverse backgrounds and expertise.
Partnering: we host a unique mix of companies and research groups, which together cover the full quantum information stack. We actively invite companies to join us and help start-ups grow.
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Please send us your application before 1 February 2021.