Campus Jobs

We know working for the Student Center isn't for everyone, but there are still 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. Contact information for each position can be found in the descriptions. Please note that they are NOT Student Center positions.

Job Postings

Social Media Reporter (Student Assistant)
August 20, 2018
August 20, 2019
Captain Antony Leonard
anthony.leonard@police.gatech.edu
The Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) is currently seeking a student assistant to work in our Social Media Center. GTPD are looking for creative and dedicated individuals interested in working with the GTPD Social Media Team to create content for the Department social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well as external social media outlets. Social Media student’s assistants will also aid GTPD in monitoring trends in social media and provide feedback to improve the Department's community outreach and engagement efforts.

The ideal candidate should possess experience in the use of various social media networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work both independently and with a team. Experience with creative tools such as Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro is a plus. Applicants will be required to pass a police background check.
19 hrs max week / Flexible schedules
Georgia Tech Police Department/Gary F Beringause Bldg
Yes
$10/hr
1
Videographer
August 20, 2018
August 20, 2019
Georgia Parmelee
georgia.parmelee@coe.gatech.edu
Fun job helping make videos for the College of Engineering. Lot's of variety and creativity involved.
Qualifications: ‐ Familiarity with standard software such as: Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition, Speed Grade, After Effects (or equivalent), Quicktime, YouTube, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, along with other multimedia software. Bonus if you can do graphic design & integration, animation, effects, audio sweetening, music and final delivery of projects

PREFERRED SKILLS: • Demonstrated knowledge of video and audio production equipment use, video and recording skills, and cord and equipment management.

RESPONSIBILITIES: • Record video at assigned events and/or interviews. • Edit video as assigned. • Adhere to a production and workflow timeline
Flexible - average 4 to 8 per week
Tech Tower on Campu
12-15 dollars per hour
1
Telephone Support Student_Special Incidents
August 15, 2018
August 15, 2019
Maria Hunter
Maria.hunter@oit.gatech.edu
* Telephone Support for the Georgia Tech Service Desk
* Provide great customer service using interpersonal skills to assist customers over the telephone and through our Incident Tracking System.
* Provide assistance with account support related incidents and triage all technical telephone calls that come into the Technology Support Center.
* Create Incidents for every telephone call and assign internal service requests to the appropriate service areas.
* Must possess excellent written and verbal abilities.
* Bilingual or Multilingual Skills are a plus.
* Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
To apply for this position, please send your resume via e-mail to
Priscilla.taylor@oit.gatech.edu
Be sure to include the Job Title
Telephone Support Student_Special Incident
in the subject line.



40 hrs / 8 - 5 Monday - Friday
Immediately
Student Assistant - Enrollment Communications
September 10, 2018
June 1, 2019
Becky Tankersley
becky.tankersley@ssc.gatech.edu
The Office of Enrollment Services seeks a student assistant to help with marketing and communication efforts. Enrollment Services (ES) is a unit of the Provost’s Office comprised of Undergraduate Admission, Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, the Registrar’s Office, Stamps President’s Scholars Program, Enrollment Communications, Student Success Center and ES Administration.

Applicants should be able to work 10-20 hours per week. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Copywriting.
• Communication scheduling.
• Social media marketing.
• Story cultivation.

Prior experience writing articles for websites, publications, blogs, or other marketing pieces is a plus, but not required. Undergraduate students are preferred.

Position will begin in September 2018. Submit a resume and writing sample to Becky Tankersley at becky.tankersley@ssc.gatech.edu.
10-15 hours per week
Bill Moore Student Success Center
$10/hour
1
Effective Team Dynamics Student Assistant - Designer
August 20, 2018
December 15, 2018
Mary Lynn Realff
mr37@gatech.edu
The Effective Team Dynamics Program focuses on students in teams in courses at GT and equipping them with the tools that they need to generate great outcomes. The designer would help with design and ordering of materials for the Faculty Tool Kit. Student will need to have expertise with InDesign.
Flexible
MRDC
$12 per hour or for research credit
Student Assistant
MSE Industry-Student Mentoring Program Student Assistant
August 20, 2018
May 15, 2019
Mary Lynn Realff
mr37@gatech.edu
The MSE Industry-Student Mentoring Program matches UG students with industry mentors. This is the 20th year of the program and we are planning celebration events and monthly topic discussions. The student assistant will help with planning these events/topics and assist monthly with the mentoring lunch. Looking for responsible student with great organizational skills.
Flexible
MRDC
$12 per hour or for research credit
Student Assistant
Effective Team Dynamics Student Assistant
August 20, 2018
May 15, 2019
Mary Lynn Realff
mr37@gatech.edu
The Effective Team Dynamics Program focuses on student teams in courses at Georgia Tech. Teams can be the best or the worst experience for students at GT. This program focuses on what is right with you and what you bring to the team. The student assistant will help with organizing the team facilitators and putting together materials for the class interactions.
Flexible
MRDC
$12 per hour or for research credit
Student Assistant(s)
Student Assistant - Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting
September 5, 2018
May 11, 2019
Byron Fitch
byron.fitch@consulting.gatech.edu
Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting (GTSC) is an internal team dedicated to advancing organizational effectiveness across Georgia Tech www.consulting.gatech.edu We help Georgia Tech leaders solve complex organizational challenges in the academic, research, administrative, and economic development areas. We are looking for exceptional students who want to learn while making a valuable contribution to the Institute. These are paid opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to contribute to project-specific work.

Students We Are Seeking:

We are looking for a total of 4 students who want to learn and make a meaningful contribution to Georgia Tech. In addition to demonstrating effective interpersonal skills, maturity, and an ability to maintain confidentiality, students should possess the following skills and capabilities:
- Data collection and analysis (required)
- Communications planning and development (required)
- Organizational strategy, design and development
- Human/computer interactions
- Process improvement and logistics planning

Students can be studying in any discipline at Georgia Tech and should be available to work no less than 10 hours per week.

Projects:

Our team contributes to an average of 25 projects at any one time. Students may be assigned to work on any of these projects. Students can work one or both semesters depending on the project they are assigned to. Examples of projects include:
1. Coda – A new building in Tech Square where Georgia Tech will occupy half of the building, and the other will be occupied by industry. The work for this project is to design and communicate building operational processes, and ensure a positive and productive experience for Georgia Tech occupants through effective communication and community building activities.
2. Enterprise Systems Implementation – Georgia Tech is moving to implement two major technology systems - financials and human capital management. Beyond the technology, many work processes will be improved. The work for this project is to engage the end users through awareness building, learning experiences, and process redesign

To Be Considered: To be considered for these employment opportunities submit your letter of interest and resume to Byron Fitch at byron.fitch@consulting.gatech.edu no later than August 24, 2018
Minimum 10 hours/week
Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting - A. French Building
$15-20/hour
4 positions available
GRA
August 20, 2018
December 31, 2018
Zhaohua Wang, Ph.D
zhaohua.wang@gatech.edu
We have 1 or 2 GRA openings (GRA will start in Fall 2018). The applicants who have strong capability in research are welcome. Background in infrastructure asset management and operations research is desired.

The research project is sponsored by USDOT University Transportation Center (UTC). The GRA(s) will work on the following tasks:

1) Conduct literature review;
2) Communicate with DOT and/or local governments to conduct interview;
3) Develop optimization models;
4) Conduct numerical analysis;
5) Write report/papers.

The applicants should be familiar with Matlab and mathematical optimization. The skill in parallel computing and critical infrastructure systems is desirable, but not required.




If you are interested in the position, please contact Dr. Zhaohua Wang in the CSPAV, College of Design, at zhaohua.wang@gatech.edu and attach your resume.

15 - 20 hours per week
Center for Spatial Planning analytics and Visualization (SPAV), College of Design
2
Academic Transition Programs Student Assistant
August 20, 2018
December 4, 2018
Lacy Hodges
lacy.hodges@gatech.edu
• Provide information about Academic Transition Programs (GT 1000, GT 2000, and Project One) to students, faculty, and staff
• Assist with event planning and marketing for GT 1000 & Project One events
• Create agendas and meeting notes for the GT 1000 Student Executive Board meetings
• Assist with recruitment and tabling responsibilities at events such as FASET, Welcome Home Month, etc.
• Update social media for GT 1000 & Project One

Minimum Qualifications
• Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of campus constituents
• Excellent problem-solving skills
• Familiar with OrgSync
• Familiarity with the GT 1000 program either from the student or Team Leader perspective
• Responsible, dependable, honest, and trustworthy
Flexible
Center for Academic Enrichment, Clough Commons
$10/hr
1
Georgia Tech Athletics - Student Assistant II
August 20, 2018
June 30, 2019
John D. Tweedy
jdtweedy@gtathletics.org
The Georgia Tech Athletic Association (GTAA) Student Assistant II position will be responsible for the following duties:

1. Office Hours Shift: Managing the Edge Athletic Administration Building Lobby Front Desk. Managing the GTAA Package/Mail Receiving Desk (receiving packages and emailing staff when packages arrive, sorting mail in the mail room, etc.). Light office work (spreadsheets, word documents, etc.). Campus deliveries. Other office duties assigned. Selected shifts may be responsible for the morning opening or evening lockdown of some GTAA facilities.

2. Facility/Event Set-Ups: Equipment/furniture moves. Event preparation (assisting in daily preparation for Georgia Tech events, facilities, games, and projects; assisting in event setups and breakdowns; inventorying and organizing signage, credentials, equipment, etc.).

3. Event Coverage Shift: Managing or providing support for events hosted in GTAA facilities, including but not limited to Georgia Tech Football, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis, Track & Field, and Swim & Day game days. Managing or providing support for external, internal, or special invents hosted in GTAA facilities. Management/support could include: serving as primary liaison to client, ticket taking, ushering, guest services, escorting officials and/or visiting teams, ball shagging/retrieving, etc.

Office Hours Shift will be set weekly shifts, scheduled in partnership with student based on their class schedule. Facility/Event Set-Up duties may be performed during Office Hours Shift or during stand-alone shifts. Stand-alone Facility/Event Set-Ups Shifts will be posted as needed by GTAA and will be selected by student, based upon their availability. Event Coverage Shifts will be selected by student, based upon their availability.

The hire must have a pleasant demeanor and be able to speak/communicate in English clearly and feel comfortable communicating with fans, full-time employees, coaches, etc. Problem solving, punctuality and time management, and excellent customer service skills are necessary, in addition to the ability to lift at least 25 pounds and follow the mandatory uniform requirement. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time. Flexibility and weekend availability are required to be considered for the position.
Combination of set weekly shifts and stand-alone (student-selected) shifts.
Edge Athletics Administration Building & Other GTAA Facilities
Available
$10.00-12.00/hr
TBD
Georgia Tech Athletics - Student Assistant I
August 20, 2018
June 30, 2019
John D Tweedy
jdtweedy@gtathletics.org
The Georgia Tech Athletic Association (GTAA) Student Assistant I position will be responsible for the following duties:

1. Office Hours Shift: Managing the Edge Athletic Administration Building Lobby Front Desk. Managing the GTAA Package/Mail Receiving Desk (receiving packages and emailing staff when packages arrive, sorting mail in the mail room, etc.). Light office work (spreadsheets, word documents, etc.). Campus deliveries. Other office duties assigned.

Office Hours Shift will be set weekly shifts, scheduled in partnership with student based on their class schedule.

The hire must have a pleasant demeanor and be able to speak/communicate in English clearly. Problem solving, punctuality and time management, and excellent customer service skills are necessary, in addition to the ability to lift at least 25 pounds and follow the mandatory uniform requirement.

Office Hours Shift will be set weekly shifts, scheduled in partnership with student based on their class schedule
Edge Athletics Administration Building & Other GTAA Facilities
Available
$8.00-9.50/hr
TBD
Technical Student II
August 6, 2018
August 27, 2018
Samuel Strickland
tscjobs@oit.gatech.edu
Assist Technology Support Center Technicians in responding to the computing needs of the Georgia Tech Campus. Critical thinking skills for efficient problem solving, ability to learn new software, and ability to install new software applications. Knowledge and understanding of basic wireless networking concepts. Student Technicians can expect to be very busy at the start of the academic semesters. Speaking a second language is desired. Knowledge of Linux is desired, but not required.

15
OIT-TSC
Yes
12.00
1
Telephone Student Technicians
August 6, 2018
August 27, 2018
Samuel Strickland
tscjobs@oit.gatech.edu
Primarily Telephone Support. Provide great customer service using interpersonal skills to assist customers over the telephone and through our Incident Tracking System. Provide assistance with account support related incidents and triage all technical telephone calls that come into the Technology Support Center. Create Incidents for every telephone call and assign internal service requests to the appropriate service areas. Must possess excellent written and verbal abilities. Bilingual or Multilingual Skills are a plus. Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
15
OIT-TSC
Yes
9.50
1
Programmer and Web Developer Student Assistant
August 20, 2018
August 19, 2019
Elizabeth Miller
gtliberalarts@gatech.edu
1 year commitment MINIMUM

MUST Have PHP experience or strong HTML and Java

MUST have some Photoshop or Illustrator experience

Supervision for Academic CREDIT available

NO graduate tution waivers

ONLINE APPLICATION: http://tinyurl.com/ivanallenassistants
MINIMUM 10-12hrs week | FLEXIBLE Hours
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
$10-12 Hour to start
1
Center for Deliberate Innovation Internship
September 3, 2018
May 10, 2019
Nammy Vedire
namratha.vedire@cc.gatech.edu
About CDI
The Center for Deliberate Innovation (CDI) works closely with innovators at startups, large corporations, and educational institutions to enable them to think clearly about their businesses. It is unique in developing and implementing the deliberate innovation process, developed by Dr. Merrick Furst at Georgia Tech, that helps innovators think systematically about their customers and what their non-indifference could be. Interns at the Center will have the unique opportunity to learn about the Deliberate Innovation process by supporting the CDI staff and the participants in the different programs (like, Flashpoint@GT) that CDI offers.


Internship Program
This is a paid, part-time opportunity for up to 10 - 20 hours per week. Interns will work closely with the Associate Director of the CDI. The internship will run through the academic year, with an option to extend over the summer of 2019. Applicants should be hard-working, self-motivated, and have a general interest in entrepreneurship.

Responsibilities

1. Media & Communications
• Internalizing CDI’s vision and philosophy to craft all outbound
communication
• Creating a social media strategy for the Center to curate a presence for CDI across all channels
• Produce blog and media content for the website
• Authoring correspondence to Center stakeholders and program alumni, updating them on upcoming events
• Generating videos/ video editing for website and archival purposes
• Assisting with print media requirements for the Flashpoint program


2. Organization
• Space set up for CDI events, including all audio/visual, teleconference and seating needs
• Participation in the planning and executing of Annual Innovation for All Conference and Demo Days
• Managing event timing and attendees
• Supply management, including office supplies and refreshments
• Attending seminars and managing office hour schedules for CDI Fellows, Mentors, and Alumni
• Serving as a general resource for program participants, alumni, and mentors when at the CDI

In addition to the above general responsibilities, interns with any of these additional technologies or media skills will be given preference.

A. Technology Skills
• Experience building websites using HTML, CSS, or Javascript
• Experience writing code in any programming language (like Python) or data analysis platforms (like R, Matlab)
B. Media Skills
• Experience with video editing using Adobe Premiere or Final Cut
• Experience with photography and photo editing using Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom
• Experience with Adobe InDesign for designing brochures and signage
Flexible, upto 10 - 20 hours/week
GT Center for Deliberate Innovation, 828 W Pachtree St NW, Suite 306, Atlanta, GA 30308
2
Programmer and Web Developer Student Assistant
August 20, 2018
August 19, 2019
Elizabeth Miller
gtliberalarts@gatech.edu
1 year commitment MINIMUM

MUST Have PHP experience or strong HTML and Java

MUST have some Photoshop or Illustrator experience

Supervision for Academic CREDIT available

NO graduate tution waivers

http://tinyurl.com/ivanallenassistants
MINIMUM 10-12hrs week | FLEXIBLE Hours
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
$10-12 Hour to start
1
Student Assistant II
August 15, 2018
May 4, 2019
Jessica French
jessica.french@scheller.gatech.edu
The Executive Education department offers numerous programs designed specifically for executive-level professionals, including two Executive MBA programs, public certification courses for business professionals and customized corporate training programs. As a student assistant in this office, you will be highly involved with numerous projects related to the Marketing, Sales and Operations of these programs. Regular administrative duties will include greeting guests, answering phones, mail distribution, data entry, photocopying, event set up/support and other duties as assigned. Additionally, you will be a key player in the support of our Executive MBA and Customized Corporate Training programs, which will provide you the opportunity to interact with hundreds of Atlanta-based business professionals on a regular basis.

The Executive Education office runs like a corporation so you will not just be a student in our office, but a working professional. As such, we require business casual attire, consistent attendance and a strong desire to learn about business processes. Our Executive MBA classes are in session on Friday evenings until 10pm and Saturday from 7am to 6pm, so the standard work schedule for our student assistant will be these same hours, with the addition of some early morning hours to support other corporate events, for a total of 15-20 hours per week.
15-20 Weekly
Scheller College of Business
Available
$10
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