Welcome! In addition to the Student Center, there are many excellent opportunities to work across campus. The positions listed below are submitted to the Student Center Information Desk for posting by various hiring departments around campus. The contact information for each position can be found in the job descriptions.

Please note that the positions listed below are NOT Student Center positions. Please click here for student jobs with Student and Campus Event Centers

Post a Job  Submissions to the Campus Job Board can be made using the link below. Our team reviews submissions to the job board on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. Each position will remain on the Campus Job Board for one (1) week from the posting date. If you wish to post a job for a longer duration of time, you must resubmit your request to the job board. For questions, please email us.

Job Postings

International Scholar Coordinator
Zhisen An
Act as a primary liaison between Chinese visiting scholars and various academic departments at Gatech. Assist visiting scholars in understanding and navigating the academic and research environment, including policies, procedures, and resources available to support their scholarly work. Encourage and support visiting scholars in participating in campus and community life to enhance their overall experience in the U.S. Provide information and guidance on American cultural practices, academic expectations, and legal rights and responsibilities to ensure a smooth cultural transition.
Atlanta Campus
CRC Lifeguard - Spring Break and/or Summer Semester Available
Laura Liz Bryan
The Campus Recreation Center is seeking students to train and serve as lifeguards for the McAuley Aquatic Center and Crawford pools. The Georgia Tech Aquatics Facilities have a long history as a premier facility in the nation for hosting events and swim meets. The 50 meter competition pool and 17-ft dive pool were originally constructed for the 1996 Olympics. Today, the McAuley Aquatic Center is the choice for more than 60 annual local, regional, and national events. Lifeguards will guard for Georgia Tech’s Swim & Dive Teams, GT Athletic Clubs, local swim & dive teams, swim meets, as well as televised meets such as the U.S. Open and NCAA finals. With a staff of 80 team members and the aquatics facilities open most days from 5:30am-10pm, there is a large amount of flexibility in scheduling. We offer early morning, mid-morning, afternoon, evening and weekend shifts. Guards receive an additional $4/hr extra for swim meet shifts.

Getting started is easy! Simply apply online, interview, and attend/pass one of our lifeguard certification classes.

We are hiring for Summer and Year-round lifeguards

• Prevent accidents and eliminate or minimize hazardous situations.
• Maintain vigilance of guests/swimmers by consistently scanning swimmer protection zones to maintain the '10/20 Protection Rule'
• Enforce safety rules, riding instructions and regulations for the safety of guests/swimmers
• Render aid by rescuing distressed swimmers
• Provide first aid and emergency care for guests/swimmers who suffer injuries or sudden illness
• Test and check for proper water chemistry according to state and local guidelines
• Perform daily facility maintenance and sanitation duties to provide and maintain a safe and aesthetically inviting aquatic facility for guests/swimmers
• Maintain passing scores and proper safety standards during on-the-job visual, unannounced lifeguard evaluations
• Attend a monthly in-service training meeting
• Perform other duties as assigned


• Lifeguard must possess a valid American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification.

We offer this certification class monthly at the McAuley Aquatic Center for the cost of $38 to include the American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification, First Aid, CPR, AED, and Oxygen Administration. All materials will be provided for the course included in your course fee. The course is a blend of 20 hrs of online modules and 16 hours (typically 4 x 4-hr evening sessions) of in-class/pool instruction.

An individual must be at least 16 years of age or older and be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required to enter the course and must be demonstrated prior to class participation.

• Lifeguard candidate must be able to continuously swim a distance of 300 yards (without resting) using the front crawl and/or breaststroke
• Lifeguard candidate must be able to tread water without using hands in deep water for two minutes
• Lifeguard candidate must be able to recover a 10 pound weight from eight feet (17') water depth

• $12/hr to start
• $12-$16/hr for positions as guards apply and get selected for promotions to Supervisor and Instructor
• Additional $4/hr for meet shifts.
• All required uniforms for this position are provided by the CRC as part of your employment
• Team members must make their own accommodations for parking

• Apply online and search class times at:

• Email your interest to apply and/or resume to: lauralizbryan@gatech.edu

• We host open interviews every Tuesday at 5pm. Please drop in and interview with our staff

• Accommodations to class times can be made on a case-by-case basis if they interfere with regularly scheduled activities or course work

• Non-Georgia Tech and University System of Georgia (USG) students may apply but may fall into a different employment classification that limits the allowable term of their employment to less than one year.

• All employment is at-will in accordance with state guidelines.
Flexible Scheduling (5:30am-10:30pm)
Campus Recreation Center
$12/hr base rate, $16/hr meet rate
Student Assistant
Sabrina Barnes
A Student Assistant (SA) at Georgia Institute of Technology plays a vital role in promoting the mission of the department/office and university. Generally, the SA is required to perform various clerical, administrative or semi-professional tasks related to the efficient functioning of the department/office and its programs and services. Overall, the student will ultimately assist in maintaining an organized workflow for the department/office and performing duties to assist with work operations as assigned by the supervisor or their designee. A Student Assistant position is a customer-service oriented job and students will gain valuable customer service and professional skills in their positions. All students must understand the importance of and maintain confidentiality in daily work operations. This includes information protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and other applicable laws and regulations. Students will be expected to abide by all university policies and procedures. Students must be registered for undergraduate classes and maintain their enrollment status to work in these positions. Student Assistants may qualify for the Federal Work Study, which will be determined by the Office of Financial Aid. Some Student Assistant positions with Federal Work Study funding may be Community Service based. Student Assistants are permitted to work a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week and cannot work in multiple hourly positions. Students are expected to arrive at work on time and are required to clock in and out of assigned shifts and for required break times in Workday, to ensure accurate timekeeping. Scheduling of hours is at the discretion of the supervisor, based on department/office needs and take into consideration the student’s class schedule and availability each semester. It is the supervisor’s responsibility to work with the student to ensure a healthy balance of academic and nonacademic commitments.
Examples of Work
· Provides coverage of the front desk and phones and greets all callers and visitors in a courteous, polite, and professional manner,
· Answers basic questions and/or refers callers or visitors to the appropriate point of contact or resources,
· Takes accurate messages as needed,
· Responds to work related emails and may assist with replying to department email accounts, if assigned by the supervisor,
· Coordinates the reception/desk area and maintains orderliness of all associated spaces,
· Performs hand-deliveries to other campus offices,
· Assists with basic office administration and other work as needed: this may include maintaining spreadsheets; preparing reports; coordinating/gathering data; filing, copying or scanning documents, etc.
· Maintains office supplies, printers, and copiers,
· Keeps file rooms and supply rooms organized,
· Attends work-related orientations, trainings, workshops and events as required,
· Assists with special projects and other assignments as required
Department/Office Specific Qualifications and Skills:
Student employment will build general and specialized skills and create a genuine sense of pride and enthusiasm for the University. Students will grow personally and professionally while working at Georgia Institute of Technology and therefore prior work experience is beneficial, but not required. Position requirements are determined as appropriate for the specific assignment and may include, but are not limited to the following:
· Proficiency in basic clerical skills
· Basic knowledge of computers and efficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word and Excel
· Good oral and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate in a respectful, helpful and friendly tone
· Organizational skills
· Customer service/satisfaction oriented
· Maintain a neat appearance and positive attitude Some student positions may require the ability to lift or carry supplies, materials and/or equipment over long and short distances
Smithgall Student Services Building