Careers

Working Student – Finance

Part-Time position

Introduction

LUMICKS is looking for a talented student as a Working Student – Finance. As a working student, you get the unique opportunity to be closely involved in the decision-making process of a rapidly growing international business. The working student works closely together with the finance team and manages and supports all aspects of finance, including financial accounting, financial analysis, financial operations, tax, and strategy.

As a working student, you will be an important player in the European team to take ownership over several processes and report directly to the Controller. You will be working with different departments of LUMICKS and liaise between our Amsterdam and US offices. To be successful in your role, you need to be technically strong, highly motivated, and result-driven, but also show outstanding attention to detail. You are innovative and can communicate complex accounting topics to all levels within the company.

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Responsibilities

  • Manage and support the bookkeeping of our Dutch and U.S. offices
  • Managing several software packages.
  • Support the preparation of monthly financial reports and annual financial statements.
  • Assist with other reporting obligations and prepare tax filings.
  • Perform data analysis and prepare KPI reports.
  • Understand the formal and informal departmental goals, standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Exchange non-routine information to the company, requiring good oral and written communication skills.

Requirements:

  • A solid understanding of financial reporting and financial processes.
  • Assertive, team player, and an international mindset.
  • Ability to work independently and accurately under strict deadlines.
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Fluency in both English and preferably Dutch.
  • A flexible and energetic person with a hands-on mentality.
  • Enthusiasm and a professional attitude are also key to this position.
  • Good general knowledge of MS Office is essential, especially Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Available for at least one year for 16-24 hours per week with flexibility from both sides.

About LUMICKS

LUMICKS brings novel tools for single-molecule biophysics and cell avidity to market, enabling scientific researchers across biology and medicine to unlock new types of experiments. Our leading instrument, the C-Trap®, can be used to “catch” single molecules and expose them to precise mechanical forces. You can, simultaneously, visualize the molecule and the manipulation process with correlated, high-resolution fluorescence microscopy. Our customers use it to study DNA replication or molecular “engines” processing the scaffolding structures of a human cell. LUMICKS’ systems are currently in use in opinion-leading labs across the globe, including Stanford, Johns Hopkins University, Tsinghua University, NIH, Max Planck Institute, TU Delft, and Imperial College London.

We also provide the z-Movi®, the only instrument that can directly measure the overall binding strengths between cells, known as cell avidity. This new technology, which uses acoustic waves to separate cells, improves the investigation of previously unexplored avenues in basic and translational research. It offers a crucial parameter that highlights key immunotherapeutic properties, e.g., antigen presentation, antibody binging, vaccination, immunological synapses, and cell adhesion. We offer you the chance to be part of an important mission: To improve human health by unlocking dynamic single-molecule and cell avidity analysis. With the ever-increasing adoption of our technologies by leading institutes from all over the world, including Stanford, Johns Hopkins University, Tsinghua University, NIH, Max Planck Institute, TU Delft, and Imperial College London, LUMICKS is now expanding its team.


Apply here

To apply, please email your CV and motivational letter to careers@lumicks.com

Why Join?

Autonomy, ownership & responsibility

Growth opportunities

Flat organization & open culture