Student Analyst for Fast-Growing Robotics Company

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Privacy Policy for processing and protecting personal data

This data protection policy applies to OnRobot.

The purpose of the policy is to ensure and document that OnRobot protects personal data in accordance with the rules for processing of personal data. The policy will also contribute to OnRobot providing information about its processing and use of registered personal data.

The policy will be reviewed each year.

Record of the processing of personal data

OnRobot processes personal data about:

  • Employees

  • Customers

  • Suppliers

  • Applicants

OnRobot has prepared a record of the processing of personal data. The record provides an overview of the processing for which OnRobot is responsible.

The personal data must be provided in order for OnRobot to enter into employment, customer and supplier contracts.

Purpose and lawfulness of the processing

Personal data are processed and archived in connection with:

  • HR management, including recruitment, hiring, dismissal and payment of salary

  • Master data for customers as well as orders and sales

  • Master data for suppliers as well as requisition forms and purchases

  • Contracts

Processing is legal by the authority specified in the appended record.

OnRobot does not use the personal data for purposes other than those listed. OnRobot does not collect more personal data than necessary to meet the purpose. 

Storage and erasure

OnRobot has introduced the following overall guidelines for storage and erasure of personal data:

  • Personal data are stored in physical folders.

  • Personal data are stored in IT systems and on server drives.

  • Personal data are not stored for longer than necessary to meet the purpose of the processing.

  • Personal data for employees are erased five years after employment has ended, and personal data about applicants are erased after six months.

Data security

Based on the appended risk assessment, OnRobot has implemented security measures to protect personal data:

  • Only employees with a work-related need to access the registered personal data have access to the data, either physically or via IT systems with rights management.

  • All computers are password protected and employees may not disclose their passwords to others.

  • Computers must have firewall and antivirus software installed, which must be updated regularly.

  • Personal data are erased securely in connection with phasing-out and repair of IT equipment.

  • USB flash drives, external hard disks, etc. containing personal data must be stored in a locked drawer or cabinet.

  • Physical folders are placed in a locked office or in locked cabinets.

  • Personal data in physical folders are erased by shredding.

  • All employees must be instructed in what to do with personal data and how to protect personal data.


Website and Cookie

  • The Personal Data Regulation allows you to treat personal data only legally for the purpose for which they have been collected. If you want to use data for purposes other than the original, you must always have the consent of the registrant.

  • Upon receipt of a business card from a customer you have his consent. If you write his information you need his signature on this paper to have a formal requirement for consent if you want to use his information. Then the customer allows OnRobot to use his data for purposes other than communication, upcoming promotions, product updates or further news including upcoming promotions, product updates and further news.

  • According to the Cookie Act, OnRobot must have the user’s consent to use this software on the user’s equipment. On The company’s intranet or similar closed group, the rules in the E-data protection directive do not apply.


Personal data about employees may be disclosed to public authorities such as the Danish Customs and Tax Administration and pension companies.


OnRobot only uses processors if they are able to provide the required guarantees that they will implement appropriate technical and organisational security measures to comply with personal data law. All processors must sign a processor agreement before processing commences.


OnRobot safeguards the rights of data subjects, including the right to access, withdrawal of consent, rectification and erasure and will inform the data subjects of OnRobot’s processing of personal data. Data subjects are also entitled to appeal to the Danish Data Protection Agency.

Personal data breach

In case of personal data breach, OnRobot will report the breach to the Danish Data Protection Agency as soon as possible and within 72 hours. The manager is responsible for this reporting taking place. The report will outline the breach, the groups of persons affected and the impact the breach may have on these persons and how OnRobot has remedied or intends to remedy the breach. If the breach entails a high risk for the persons about whom OnRobot processes personal data, OnRobot will also notify these persons. OnRobot s will document any personal data breach on an access-controlled drive.

Erasure of data

The customer should assess when personal data need to be erased by asking the question:

When is it no longer necessary to store the personal data?

OnRobot follows the practice of the Danish Data Protection Agency:

Applications Are erased after 6 months in connection with job interviews. Unsolicited applications are erased immediately.
Employee data Are erased 5 years after termination of employment.
CCTV surveillance Is erased after 30 days.
Telephone conversations Are erased immediately or after up to 3 months.
Accounting records Must be stored for 5 years from the end of the financial year.


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What you will do

You will join a fast-growing robotics company located in the internationally recognized robotics cluster of Odense. Ideally, you will work out of the Odense office. Remote working with occasional working days in Odense could also be an option depending on where you are located in the country.


     As a Student Analyst you will

  • Be responsible for conducting competitor profiling and analysis to secure optimal market positioning of OnRobot products
  • Be responsible for transforming large amounts of data from our ERP-system and other sources into simple overviews to support Global Sales
  • Assist on market size estimations and projections for the management and board
  • Be assigned with ad-hoc tasks related to general business analysis
  • Have a weekly workload of approximately 15-20 hours; less is exam periods and potentially more when possible and required


Who you will work with

The position as Student Analyst is new in the organization and has been opened to support the Busi­ness Analyst, whom you will also report to. You will be part of a small and agile team who constantly will have to balance the organizational need for actionable insights based on in-depth research and fast execution. You will have contact points throughout the organization on a global level – from Product Management and Sales/Marketing to R&D Project Managers.


As a Student Analyst you will need to

  • Be on your last year of your bachelor’s degree or have just recently started your master’s degree in business, business engineering, economics, finance, engineering or similar
  • Have demonstrated strong academic performance
  • Have an exceptional drive – we are do’ers, not talkers
  • Have technical flair and interest
  • Have high proficiency in English (Danish is not a requirement)


Do you want to join the journey?

Submit your cover letter, CV and grades to Thomas Houden:

The position will be closed as soon as possible so do not hesitate to send your application.

You are more than welcome to contact us for further details.


Apply here: send your CV at


About OnRobot

OnRobot is a born-global company with its headquarters in the robotics cluster of Odense, Denmark. We have more than 170 employees worldwide with offices in Hungary, the US, Germany, China, USA, Spain, Denmark, Singapore, Japan, Korea and Poland. We aim to reduce the complexity of deploying and redeploying robots in collaborative applications. We do this by offering a broad portfolio of flexible end-of-arm-tools such as grippers and sensors which are easy to integrate and use across a great number of different robot brands.