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Legal & Finance Manager

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Nico.lab is looking for Legal and Finance Manager

Nico-lab’s mission is to improve the outcome of stroke, the leading cause of long-term disability in Europe. Nico-lab advances stroke treatment through cloud-based deep learning algorithms that analyse neurovascular images and lead to faster, more objective treatment decisions.

As a rapidly growing startup with the first customers signed and a growing team, the financial and legal administration is becoming steadily more complicated. We’re looking for a hands-on and enthusiastic colleague to help Nico.lab professionalize and assist with not only financial administration but also general back office tasks including putting together contracts for new personnel, checking NDAs and contracts with clients, and keeping track of general administration. 

The person we’re looking for has enough experience to be able to set up processes and protocols surrounding the administration, being proactive and independent in their approach. We want someone bursting with energy that alongside giving their work 200% enjoys a laugh with colleagues.

What we’re looking for

  • Experience in Financial and Legal Administration 
  • Degree in Business or Finance Administration or Accountancy (minimal HBO)
  • Experience in basic contract review
  • 5+ years work experience 
  • Dutch native speaker and good fluency in English
  • Advanced Excel skills is a plus
  • Availability for 2 days a week

The position

  • Together with the CEO formulating budget and ensuring it’s adhered to
  • Ensuring invoices are sent and paid and costs per project are tracked
  • Working constructively with external accountant and clients
  • Writing and reviewing legal contracts for clients, partners and personnel
  • Running general backend projects

What we offer

  • A market conform salary
  • Participation in company share scheme
  • Pension contribution
  • Additional holiday pay
  • Travel expenses by car, train or bike
  • Free lunch
  • Stimulating environment with a fun motivated team
  • Chance to make a real difference in patient’s lives 

Interested? Please send an email to Kate Backhouse at

StrokeViewer launches in North-Holland and Flevoland

By | News

Nico.lab is excited to announce that this week StrokeViewer®️ was launched in the North-Holland and Flevoland region in the Netherlands, covering 10 hospital sites. Using advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques in an innovative cloud infrastructure, StrokeViewer allows for faster and more accurate treatment decisions. This regional approach in using AI to improve the stroke workflow marks a new chapter in improved patient care. 

In the highly acute setting where every minute counts, StrokeViewer instantly alerts radiologists that brain scans from a suspected stroke patient are ready for review. The physicians are then able to immediately view the images wherever they are, even on their mobile phones, saving precious time. The AI immediately shows crucial information on the type and severity of the stroke, which allows for a quick and accurate decision to be made on the best course of treatment.

In many cases the patient must then be transferred to the regional Intervention Center to receive specialised treatment. Until now the region has struggled to safely and quickly transfer the medical images to the treating hospital, a crucial step in allowing Interventional Radiologists to plan surgery before the patient arrives. StrokeViewer uses an innovative cloud infrastructure, which allows peripheral hospitals to securely share medical images in minutes with the treating physicians. 

Nico.lab believes that only through an integral approach addressing the entire stroke workflow significant improvements can be made. That’s why StrokeViewer not only comprises cutting edge AI algorithms, but embeds them in an innovative IT infrastructure that makes life easier for the radiologists. Through this technology and the regional collaboration Nico.lab hopes that many patients recover better and faster from stroke.