500 - 1,000 Employees
No outside funding
Hardware & Robotics

Universal Robots Company Overview

We believe that collaborative robotic technology can be used to benefit all aspects of task-based businesses – no matter their size.

Our robot arms are advanced tools that can be used by all levels of production staff to help increase productivity, reduce injury, and boost morale. With a Universal Robots robot arm, you can automate and streamline repetitive or potentially unsafe processes, so staff can be assigned to jobs that provide them with new challenges.

We believe that the latest collaborative robot technology should be available to all businesses. The nominal investment cost is quickly recovered as our robotic arms have an average payback period of just six months.

We’re dedicated to making the world a better place, one robot at a time.

We’re Universal Robots.

Jobs at Universal Robots

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GLOBAL HEAD OF APPLICATIONS MANAGEMENT, BOSTON, US Do you thrive by developing and growing sales through innovative application solutions? Do you want to be part of a successful and market-leading robotics company, where you will be shaping the future development of the company? Then you might be our new Global Head of Applications Management! Reporting to our Vice President of Product & Applications Management, the new Global Head of Applications will be responsible for development and implementation of the strategic plan for UR solutions and applications. The...
Product Management
SALES SUPPORT ENGINEER, BOSTON, US We are Universal Robots, a diverse group of bright, ambitious people working at the forefront of collaborative robotics. Through our agility, resilience and entrepreneurial approach, we are taking our innovative cobot products into more markets and regions than ever before.  Sales Support Engineer in the Boston area with a great technical understanding Would you like to be a part of a rapidly growing company with the opportunity to influence your own career progression? Could you see yourself providing both pre-...
Sales & Business Development
27 Wormwood St.
Boston, MA 02210
Energivej 25
Odense S, Denmark 5260


Our international team of hardware, software, and business professionals comes from all walks of life and is united by a common goal: sharing the world-changing benefits that robots can provide.

We offer a highly stimulating, dynamic environment with unlimited career potential – where you set your own level of success. You will be an essential part of a team that is focused on success, growth, development, and innovation. 

You’ll be part of Universal Robots.

Universal Robots is an innovative company with big ambitions. At UR, you’ll become part of a dynamic team that’s challenged to perform on a daily basis. We don’t just talk the talk - we walk the walk. We put ideas into action. You’ll be given professional sparring and support in our development-focused career paths.

The lion’s share of your time will be spent working in teams with open-minded, passionate and engaged colleagues that are doing what they love to do, in an environment where all ideas and creative solutions are welcome. We dare to do what others think is impossible and work towards making leading edge technologies a reality for business of all sizes.

You’ll be empowered to help make Universal Robots a success. At UR, you’ll be given responsibility and are allowed to take responsibility. We trust our employees to make educated decisions that benefit the organisation.


”At Universal Robots, you get to be part of a company that is a leading player in the global robotics market, yet still has the kind of freedom and pioneering spirit you usually only find at smaller companies. The start-up culture is definitely alive and kicking”  

Sr. Developer and Scrum Master

"We have the unique advantage of being a globally successful company with a highly motivated culture where we support each other. We have great freedom, and you are encouraged to pursue your ideas," 

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October 1, 2019
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September 19, 2019
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