Marketing communication specialist

Through design thinking, Namahn helps organisations tackle complex problems, particularly those that involve both people and technology. We developed a coherent set of methods to support the co-creative design of solutions.

The primary responsibility of the marketing communication specialist is to help realise an ambitious strategy for growth through the production of professional marketing messages.

The marcom specialist is part of the sales and marketing team, reporting to the founding partner in charge of business development. The overarching purpose is to generate leads.

As a marcom specialist you will:

  • Coordinate the crafting of marketing materials, including emails, white papers, case studies, audio/photo/video, presentations, social media and online presence
  • Ensure consistent messaging and branding
  • Perform customer satisfaction surveys
  • Help organise customer events and trade shows

We are looking for a self-starting, performance-driven, team-oriented person who can meet tight deadlines and is looking for a challenging, growth-oriented opportunity. Ideally, you have this background and these skills:

  • A master’s degree in media & communication and three years of experience in a similar position at a professional services firm
  • Strong English written and verbal communication skills
  • Fluency with Microsoft and Adobe suites
  • A strong affinity with human-centred design

We can only employ those who already have the permission to work in Belgium as an EU citizen or otherwise.

What does Namahn offer you?

We offer fair compensation, an outstanding work-life balance, continuous career coaching and a wonderful team with a strong culture of independent thinking.

We are located in a renovated and spacious building in the centre of Brussels, easily reachable by public transport or bicycle.

Please write to, explaining your motivation and affinity with human-centred design. You should receive a response from Kristel and Joannes within a week.


Internships & theses

Namahn welcomes applications for internships. Interns participate in all Namahn activities and contribute to client projects. They receive an allowance to cover travel and work-related expenses within Belgium, but no salary. We cover one trip to and from Brussels.

We only take on recently graduated interns, or those in their final year. You are welcome to contact us in your final Master’s year.

Namahn’s focus is on the digital — please reflect this in your portfolio.

Belgian labour law makes it very difficult for us to take on interns that are not EU or EFTA citizens. Also, things are much easier if the internship is a constituent part of the curriculum of the academic institution.

We screen and select candidate interns as if they were candidate employees.

Namahn expects non-Dutch speaking interns to spend a considerable amount of time learning Dutch. Namahn provides the means to do so.

We welcome residencies by academics for sabbaticals or final-paper/PhD work. For the time being, we cannot offer financial support.

Please write to

So far, Namahn has welcomed the following interns or visitors from academia:


  • Ms. Dorien Eeckhout (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Design Sciences, Belgium (Hybrio Challenge)
  • Ms. Marino Funakoshi (Japan/USA), The Savannah College of Art and Design, USA
  • Mr. Mitchell Knops (Belgium), University of Liège, Human Factors, Belgium
  • Ms. Marie Mervaillie (France)
  • Ms. Sarah Suib (Malaysia), PhD researcher TU Delft, Design for Sustainability program
  • Ms. Mira Verbeeck (Belgium), Amsterdam University College, The Netherlands


  • Ms. Klara Demyttenaere (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Design Sciences
  • Ms. Nona Pattiselano (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Design Sciences (Hybrio Challenge)
  • Mr. Sander Van Goethem, Mr. Sander Wouters and Ms. Julie Snykers (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Design Sciences


  • Ms. Tilly De Rechter (Belgium), LUCA School of Arts, Brussels, Belgium
  • Ms. Emma Oris (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Design Sciences (Hybrio Challenge)
  • Ms. Jade Meneve (Belgium), ENSAV La Cambre, Industrial Design
  • Ms. Sabrina Tarquini (Italy), Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Soundabout, music for social cohesion – a thesis in the Product Service System Design program at the Politecnico in Milan (IT)
  • Mr. Samuel Verhegge (Belgium), KULeuven, Social Sciences


  • Mr. Stefanos Monastiridis (Greece), Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Experimenting with Systemic Design – a thesis in the Service Systems Design program at the Aalborg University in Copenhagen (DK)
  • Ms. Ceylan Özdem (Turkey), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
  • Mr. Thomas Popelier (Belgium), Howest, Belgium
    The design of an interactive timing device for co-creation Workshops – a thesis in the Industrial Systems Engineering and Product Design program at the University of Gent (BE)


  • Ms. Emilie Maccarini (Belgium), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
  • Ms. Oda Sortland (Norway), The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway


  • Mr. Frederik Declerck (Belgium), KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Mr. Wout Helsmoortel (Belgium), UGent, Belgium


  • Mr. Fabio Bonini (Italy), ISIA, Firenze, Italy
  • Ms. Sharon Busschots (Belgium), UGent, Belgium


  • Ms. Maïlis Cnop (Belgium), Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard, Namur, Belgium
  • Mr. Kshitij Pandey (India), Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
  • Prof. Dr. Tom Hewett (US), Drexel University, Philadelphia
  • Mr. Julien Hennequart (France), CEPEGRA, Gosselies, Belgium
  • Mr. Jeroen Van Loock (Belgium), UGent, Belgium
  • Ms. Anneleen Vanhoudt (Belgium), Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands
    Between time and pleasure – a thesis in the Design for Interaction program at the University of Technology in Delft (NL)


  • Mr. Constantijn Seys (Belgium), UGent, Belgium
  • Mr. Janne Pitkänen (Finland), Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs
  • Mr. Wouter Jappens (Belgium), Brussels Export


  • Ms. Azzurra Pini (Italy), Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Ms. Yagoda Stecki (Poland), Le Lycée Le Corbusier, Strasbourg, France


  • Mr. Mattias Belsack (Belgium), VUB, Brussels
  • Ms. Xiaomin Zhong (China), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
  • Prof. Dr. Victor Gonzalez (Mexico), Manchester University, UK


  • Mr. Bastiaan Deknudt (Belgium), Erasmus Hogeschool, Brussels


  • Mr. Pascal Endres (Germany), RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • Ms. Lotte Vermeir (Belgium), VUB, Brussels


  • Ms. Andreea Chelaru (Romania), Interaction Design Institute, Ivrea, Italy


  • Mr. Werner Lerooy (Belgium), VUB, Brussels


  • Mr. Jan Van den Nieuwenhof (Belgium), University of Antwerp, Belgium