Healthcare Expert

Healthcare Expert

Thank you caretakers Remote

What is required?

  • Healthcare related degree (e.g. MD, RN)
  • Relevant (healthcare) network in your country
  • Attentive and responsive
  • Positive attitude
  • Possibility to work remote (with own laptop)

What will you get?

  • €0,0 gross p/m salary (this is a charity)
  • 10 - 20 hour workweek
  • No vacation days
  • No work in weekend
  • Daily inspirational guest speaker

What will you do?

  • 70% Connecting with health caretakers
  • 20% Team meetings (via Google Hangouts)
  • 10% Thank You Speakers Academy

This vacancy has been created based on interviews with employees to help you get a realistic preview of the job.


As a Healthcare Expert you create support amongst professional (health care) institutions, networks and policy makers for Thank you caretakers. This initiative was launched during the coronavirus pandemic with the goal to share one million thank you messages with health caretakers on a global scale. In this role you will create structure for operational managers in your team who communicate with health care institutions. You work and communicate on a daily level with experts in tech development, social media, public health and health care. All meetings are video-calls and your estimated time investment is three hours per day.

You will be working together with an ambitious team of ten people. Per country the team consists of three people in the ‘Reach Team’ (Social Marketeer, Growth Hacker and Video Marketeer), three people in the ‘Healthcare Team' (Health Care Expert, Operational Health Care Manager and an Influencer), a PR expert, a Customer Service expert and a Team Lead.

If you see a fast-paced environment as a learning opportunity and want to have a positive impact in the world then this is a job for you. If you care more about earning money and less about making a positive contribution then this role will not suit you.


Jasper Mutsaerts

I have a good day when we have an inspiring guest speaker during our morning call). And when we there are five more hospitals that joined our mission.

On less pleasant days, you question your efforts to promote worldwide gratitude and can't really find the focus to get stuff done.

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    • Standup call (guest speaker)
    • Check incoming mail and action
    • Lunch (at home)
    • You take initiative on what needs to get done
    • Lunch (at home)
    • Country team conference call to discuss action points
    • Check mail
    • You take initiative on what needs to get done
    • Standup call (guest speaker)
    • Call with national federation of medical specialists
    • Weekly review and achieved impact goals and brainstorm on opportunities for next week
    • Standup call (guest speaker)
    • Check incoming mail and action
    • Lunch (at home)
    • You take initiative on what needs to get done
    • Standup call (guest speaker)
    • Lunch (at home)
    • You take initiative on what needs to get done
    • Check mail

Firsthand experience


We started this initiative to create a positive movement. Hopefully our initiative will no longer need to exist next year (or sooner!) because society has succeeded in 'flattening the curve'. For as long as we do exist we want to make it possible for you to grow within our organization and as an individual.

Healthcare Expert
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Working at Thank you caretakers

The world is facing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis due to the coronavirus. Health caretakers, who are already risking and sacrificing their lives for the rest of society, are put to the test and are at risk of exhaustion.

The initiative collects messages of gratitude online and livestreams those messages to health caretakers all over the world. The goal is to bring people together and mentally support our health caretakers and make a positive impact during these difficult times.

  • HQ in Amsterdam
  • Active on a global scale
  • 60% / 40%
  • Average age 32
  • 25 employees in NL
  • Growing to 100 employees worldwide


Stephanie Zuure - Growth Hacker - Team Reach

Why did you decide to work for this company?
In this turbulent time, I wanted to have a positive impact on society and help out during the crisis. I found an opportunity to excel at what I'm doing with an excellent team, and to challenge myself. I really believe in our mission.

What was your previous job?
Consultant for social entrepreneurs and Product Owner / Product Manager for a SaaS platform.

What do you do in your spare time?
I love to learn and help others. In particular I like to improve my knowledge, study Mycology and use my strengths to support others.

Jasper Mutsaerts (34) - Initiator

Why did you decide to work for this company?
I was raised in a family of health caretakers so I know how important it is. I want to make sure that 1 million people around the world share their message of gratitude with 10 million health care takers.

What was your previous job?
Founder of several companies.

What do you do in your spare time?
Running, meditation and traveling.

Cuna Knegt - Doctor and advisor at AMC hospital.

Why did you decide to work for this company?
I wanted to join this initiative because I thought it was interesting, challenging and meaningful work.

What was your previous job?
Staff advisor

What do you do in your spare time?
I like dancing, outdoor sports, being in nature and spending time with family and friends.

Application process

Apply for the job
± 2 days
First interview in Google Hangouts
± 1 day
Second interview in Google Hangouts

Interesting job?