Student Assistant for project administration

Monday 29 Mar 21

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Do you have a talent for administration, good writing competencies, and would you like to work with administrative tasks within a project at DTU, then you might be the student assistant we are looking for.

Automation and Control at DTU Elektro is seeking a talented and committed student assistant for project administration. The aim of the project is to reduce the operating costs of the offshore production facilities by using Function Modelling technology. The result of the project will help streamline production operations while minimizing the environmental footprint.

The student assistant will join a group of four researchers from DTU Elektro, and in charge of the communication with the project partners in other DTU departments or from the industry.

As a student assistant, you will help in solving administrative tasks and coordinating activities, including arrange project meetings, monitor the project progress, maintain project documentations such as MoMs, reports, presentations, and publications. You need to be good at communication and willing to work with the research team. You will also be responsible for updating project homepage.

The tasks range widely, and you should be ready to give a hand in the more practical and complex tasks independently.

Your tasks will include:

  • Administrative tasks, i.e. booking meetings and doing minutes
  • Monitoring and recording the project status
  • Contact to internal and external partners and stakeholder
  • Smaller web editing tasks
  • Miscellaneous practical tasks

We expect that you:

  • are structured and detail-oriented
  • are a quick learner
  • are fluent in written English
  • are good at communication
  • are willing to work in a team
  • are open to take on new challenges

Salary and terms of employment
Salary and employment conditions are in accordance with the OAO-collective agreement made between the Danish Ministry of Finance and HK/Stat (The National Union of Commercial and Clerical Employees).

Working hours are 10-12 hours a week.

Application procedure
Please submit your online application no later than 29 April 2021 (Danish time).

To apply, please open the link "Apply online", fill out the online application form, and attach application letter, CV and your transcript.

Further information may be obtained from Assistant Professor Xinxin Zhang ( or Professor Ole Ravn. (

All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.

The Automation and Control group performs research and teaching in automation technology, control theory and robotics at DTU. The group has core competences in feedback and Control, Signal processing and integration as well as Systems Engineering with applications in a broad range of fields. The group has about 35 affiliated researchers and other employees. Please read more about the Automation and Control group on

The Department of Electrical Engineering is the central department at the Technical University of Denmark within electrical and acoustical engineering. Including PhD students, we have a total of 280 staff members. It is our goal to ensure research and engineering training at the highest international level. The department is organized into eight sections and a number of cross professional centres. Please read more about the Department of Electrical Engineering on

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