Digital marketing internship

Digital marketing internship

We are looking for a Digital Marekting Internship (Studentermedhjælper).

Innovative mobile health company with the ambition to help provide better mental health to more people at lower costs seeks Digital Marketing Intern to support the CMO in content production and lead gen activities.

We are looking for someone to start ASAP for a duration of 3-6 months for a minimum of 25 hours spread out over the course of a week (e.g. a couple of hours a day).

Key responsibilities

  • Assisting in attracting new customers using inbound and account-based growth marketing
  • Assist with content creation (video (shooting and editing video), infographic, banner, etc) for paid, owned, and earned media

Your Qualifications

  • Studying a relevant degree in marketing
  • Some experience with content creation, using Canva (content design), Vyond (video animation), and video creation is a plus
  • Experienced with social media marketing, as well as SEO.
  • Experience with (mental) healthcare is a plus, but not mandatory
  • Fluent in English (writing and speaking)
  • Smart and gets things done
  • Responsible and be able to take control
  • Good writing skill

What Monsenso offer

We offer a great opportunity to join a young company, where you truly get the ability to make an impact and help shape the future in an exciting field. Personal health technology, mHealth and data science are booming markets worldwide, and you will be at the center of this technology revolution. Mental health is as a major burden for society needing new solutions and ways of supporting treatment, and you will contribute to reducing this burden for the benefit of society and the people affected. You should expect an informal, fast-paced environment with tremendous opportunities for personal development for the right people.

The role is unpaid, but we offer a lovely environment, lunch and flexible working hours, along with a fantastic learning experience.

Contact

To learn more, contact Chief Marketing Officer, Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll at +45 22704724.

Apply for this position now!
Please send CV and application letter to our CMO, Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll at wylich-muxoll@monsenso.com as soon as possible and by latest December 15, 2020.

Monsenso and Empano partner up to help unemployed people get back into the labor force faster

Monsenso and Empano partner up to help unemployed people get back into the labor force faster

CoMonsenso and Empano partner up to help unemployed people coping with stress and depression get back into the labor force.

Monsenso enters a partnership with Empano, a private player in psychology and psychiatry services. Together, Monsenso and Empano offer a solution for the Danish municipalities to support unemployed people suffering with stress and depression in their return to work process. 

In a situation with historically high unemployment, we are pleased to offer a solution that can help get more Danes back into the labor force faster. It’s always difficult to be outside the labor force, and even more so if you suffer from stress and depression. Therefore, we are pleased to offer a solution to municipalities that can help unemployed people suffering with stress and depression get back to work” says CEO Thomas Lethenborg.. 

The municipalities are facing a major task due to the increased unemployment we are seeing in the wake of Covid-19. The combination of our services in the psychology and psychiatry services, and Monsenso’s platform to support follow-up and data collection is unique in the market and we are convinced that the service can help municipalities to proactively help the larger group of unemployed“says Director Camilla Stokholm Bjørkman from Empano.

Initially, the solution will be implemented in Guldborgssund Municipality in September 2020.

To read the Danish version, click here.

For additional information contact:
Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll
Chief Marketing Officer
marketing@monsenso.com
Monsenso

Reference
GOGREEN ROUTES Project Outline, click here.

Monsenso is expanding in the UK with a new Sales Office and hiring of Area Sales Manager

Monsenso is expanding in the UK with a new Sales Office and hiring of Area Sales Manager

Monsenso A/S is establishing an office in the UK to support the growth plan and is hiring Michelle Woolley as Area Sales Manager.

Monsenso, a technology leader in mobile health (mHealth) solutions for mental health is opening an office in London; Monsenso UK Ltd. to strengthen and support the expansion of the business in the UK, the company has hired Michelle Woolley as Area Sales Manager.

Michelle comes to Monsenso with a strong experience in sales management and business development from both Medtech and the pharmaceutical industry from i.e. Pfizer, 3M Healthcare, Servier, and Icentia

Michelle has a Microbiology degree BSc (Hons) from University of Bristol.

Michelle Woolley starts November 9, 2020.

With the opening of an office in the UK and the hiring of Michelle, we continue Monsenso’s international expansion in line with our growth strategy. Michelle will be an important addition to the team and we look forward to welcoming her”, says CEO Thomas Lethenborg.

Click on the link to read the press release in Danish.

For additional information, please contact:

Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll
Marketing
Monsenso
+45 22 70 47 24
marketing@monsenso.com

Accountant & Business Controller (part-time student job /Studentermedhjælper)

Accountant & Business Controller (part-time student job /Studentermedhjælper)

Innovative mobile health company with the ambition to help provide better mental health to more people at lower costs seeks part-time/student to take responsibility for accounting tasks and business controlling.

In close cooperation with our CFO you will play an important role and be a key contributor to the company.

Key responsibilities

  • Bookkeeping in e-conomic
  • Payroll and holiday accounting in Dataløn
  • Creditor administration and payments
  • Invoicing according to customer and partner contracts
  • Calculation of VAT and public taxes
  • Bookkeeping for our new UK subsidiary
  • Business controlling tasks from reporting, budgeting, and forecasting
  • Project controlling support.

You must be a quick learner and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment. You will collaborate with all parts of our organization as well as customers and partners to run above mentioned areas effectively.

What Monsenso offer

We offer a fantastic opportunity to join a young company, where you truly get the ability to make an impact and help shape the future in an exciting field. Personal health technology, mHealth and data science are booming markets worldwide, and you will be at the center of this technology revolution. Mental health is as a major burden for society needing new solutions and ways of supporting treatment, and you will contribute to reducing this burden for the benefit of society and the people affected. You should expect an informal, fast-paced environment with tremendous opportunities for personal development for the right people.

Desired Skills and Expertise
We expect the successful candidate to:

  • Hold a relevant bachelor’s degree and may be doing a master’s in economics, Finance or Accounting and want to exploit your knowledge in practice
  • Have 1-2 years of experience within accounting and/or financial controlling from a small/medium-sized company or business unit
  • Possess high analytical skills and a structured the way of working
  • Be fluent in English and Danish language
  • Be a digital native with advanced Excel/Sheets and e-conomic (or similar) competences
  • Hold a permit to live and work in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As a person, you thrive in a challenging environment, where you have a possibility to see and influence the entirety. You bring a positive mindset and winning attitude, and you see the opportunities in all the things that may not already be in place in a young, growth company compared to an established corporation

Apply for this position now!
Please send CV and application letter to our CFO, Robert Højer at hojer@monsenso.com as soon as possible and by latest November 15, 2020.

Mental health affects all aspects of our life. ​Yet, it’s the most neglected area

Mental health affects all aspects of our life. ​Yet, it’s the most neglected area

Mental health affects all aspects of our life. ​Yet, it’s the most neglected area of public health, driving higher risk of comorbid disorders and mortality. 

​’Mental health’ as a term refers to cognitive, behavioral, and emotional well-being. It is all about how we think, feel, and behave. The state of your mental health determines how you handle stress, how you relate to others, and how you make healthy choices. As such, mental health affects all aspects of daily living, relationships, and physical health. For some people, “mental health” means the absence of a mental disorder. For others, it equals a life with daily stressors, mood disorders, affecting their ability to function.

Close to 1 billion people globally are living with a mental disorder[1]. In fact, mental disorder affects one in four families – a number which is expected to rise significantly over the next 20 years [2]. As measured by ’years of life lived with disability’, mental illness is the biggest disease burden in society today[3].

Without doubt, mental health is an important topic. Yet, the magnitude and burden of mental disorders remain unmet by the response. Countries across the globe have long overlooked the issue of mental health and mental illness. As such, more than 33% of countries allocate less than 1% of the total health budgets to mental health, with another 33% of countries spending just 1% of their budgets on mental health[4]. Consequently, relatively few people around the world have access to quality mental health services. In low- and middle-income countries, more than 75% of people with mental, neurological and substance use disorders receive no treatment for their condition at all [5].

If left untreated, mental illness can lead to other commodity disorders, such as depression, substance abuse and even early mortality. Substance abuse is common among people who are battling a depressive disorder, which can lead to further exacerbation of the symptoms related to depression, impairing mental functioning, and further damaging overall spirit, quality of life. Likewise, many individuals who develop substance use disorders (SUD) are also diagnosed with mental disorders, and vice versa. As such, mental health disorder patients accounts of 44% of cocaine and 38% of alcohol consumption​ [6,7]. ​

The magnitude, suffering and burden in terms of disability and costs for individuals, families and societies are staggering. Every year, the harmful use of alcohol results in millions of deaths, including hundreds of thousands of young lives lost. Illicit drug use disorders is – directly and indirectly – responsible for over 750,000 deaths per year. ​Not to mention, the 1 million people, whom commit suicide every year across the world [8].

Mental health has been hidden behind a curtain of stigma and discrimination for too long. It is time to bring it out into the open. Help us raise awareness, by sharing our post.

To learn more about how Monsenso mhealth solution can be used to increase treatment outcome, see our video below:

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Sources:

[1]WHO -2020

[2] WHO -2001

[3] WHO – 2012

[4] WHO – 2019 

[5] WHO – The Mental health Gab Action Programme (mhGAP)

[6] Drugabuse.org, The national Bureau of Economic research – 2020

[7] The National bureau of economic research. Mental health and substance abuse. 2020.

[8] WHO – Investigating in mental health