Junior PR & Marketing Manager

Location: Vienna, Austria
Job Type: Full-Time
Employer: Medicus
Consider yourself a PR, marketing and social media all-rounder? Love working on a diverse set of tasks within an international environment? Have outstanding interpersonal skills and a highly hands-on attitude? Want to help to bring a fast-growing health tech company to reach the next level with your creativity, experience, and drive? Then you're exactly who we're looking for in our HQ in Vienna.

Your Responsibilities

  • Support our Head of Marketing with exhibitions and events that Medicus AI participates in internationally, including all communications with event organisers, suppliers and internal stakeholders as well as 'on-the-ground' management of all marketing and PR-related logistics
  • Help coordinate and respond to press enquiries, media interviews and follow-ups
  • Lead on the creation of the Medicus AI social media and blog calendar
  • Monitor social media engagement (comments and messages) on Medicus AI social media channels and respond within guidelines, update social media channels as per the content calendar
  • Lead on curating and distributing internal and external newsletters
  • Maintain up-to-date Medicus AI marketing collateral across all products and markets
  • Update our event calendar for healthcare and technology events in Medicus AI key markets as well as media and press lists for all Medicus-relevant regions
  • Manage our remote content freelancers (designers, translators) and suppliers (printers)
  • Contribute to a growing team with creative solutions and initiatives where and when you see opportunities to do so

Your profile

  • You hold a university degree (Bachelor’s degree or equivalent) - it's not important what you've studied exactly, but that you show a real passion for marketing and PR
  • You've gathered significant practical experience in PR and/or marketing and/ or social media, e.g. through internships and/or your own projects
  • You have outstanding interpersonal skills and love to build new and long-lasting relationships
  • You are curious, embrace challenges joyfully, and approach them with a solutions-oriented mindset
  • You enjoy working in teams, to proactively network and forge links with collaborators
  • You consider creativity and outside-the-box thinking one of your strengths
  • You enjoy hard work and stepping outside of your comfort zone as much as continuous learning
  • You are an active and savvy user of all relevant social media channels out there
  • Your English is fluent with excellent communication skills. Fluency in French or German is a plus

What we offer

  • You're part of an international, fast-growing and forward-thinking health tech company that aims to modernize the way we think about health
  • You get the freedom to execute your own ideas from the first day on. We do not only accept but expect your contribution to the bigger picture
  • You work with an international team with many years of experience building companies and products with great user experience
  • You'll get an attractive compensation package
  • You'll be working in an environment that aims to accelerate your professional and personal growth

Please send your application in English (CV, cover letter, relevant references) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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About Medicus
Medicus is an AI-based platform that explains and interprets medical reports and health data, turning numbers into meaningful insights. Medicus works with healthcare companies to deliver smart features & insights to both doctors - in terms of smart testing & diagnosis support - and to patients in the form of visual & interactive reports, powering continuous healthcare & coaching across all digital platforms. Medicus is based in Vienna with offices in Berlin, Dubai, Paris & Beirut.

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