Vacancy: Community Manager for Amsterdam Data Science
Are you a natural networker, interested in helping to grow a dynamic ecosystem? Are you passionate about communications? Do you like working as part of a small, enthusiastic and agile team as well as independently? Are you looking to take on varied responsibilities in order to develop your career?
We’re looking for a Community Manager who is interested in working around world-class Data Science and AI. If this sounds like you, apply now!
What are you going to do
- Take responsibility for all content and outreach (e.g. monthly newsletter, blog, social media and website).
- Increase social media visibility.
- Support the planning and organisation of Meetups and webinars.
- Plan and organise larger events including the Career Fair and Highlights Event.
- Manage all internal meetings, including communications, agenda and presentations.
- Build and maintain external relations with the Gold and Bronze Partners.
- Be the first point of contact for all stakeholders.
What do we require
- Fluency in English both written and spoken (and Dutch is favourable).
- Relevant education at HBO/university level
- An interest in Data Science and AI.
- Organisational skills and have a very high attention to detail.
- Significant experience with writing content.
- Experience in running events.
- Excellent social and communication skills.
- A highly motivated, hardworking and proactive attitude/
- Flexibility regarding working location in Amsterdam (you will be working from different knowledge institutes).
CWI researcher Peter Boncz has been appointed as one of the 2022 fellows of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).
The ADS Thesis Award winners for 2022 are Philipp Sommerhalter and Sarah Kwakkelaar in the BSc category and Krijn Doekemeijer and Julia Sudnik for the MSc category. The winners were announced at the ADS Highlights Event on the 8th of December 2022!
A symposium entitled ‘From Systems and Networks to Complex Cyber Infrastructures’ took place on 9th December 2022 in honor of Cees de Laat (UvA IvI) and Leon Gommans (UvA IvI).