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.
This position only offers 2-3 hours for the week and must be able to work on Wednesdays from 3pm-4pm and on weekends. Potential to stay on for Spring 22 and additional hours will be added at that time.
Must be attentive and on time
Must adhere to the dress code as this is a front line position.
Must be a team player and willing to learn.
The candidate will be responsible to OCR a large number (~16,000) of multi-page pdf files that have similar structure. The task includes both writing code as well as processing the documents. Any coding language is accepted although Python is preferred. This is a one-time job, pay will be based on project completion. Start and end date are FLEXIBLE (please apply even if the start date has passed).
- experience with OCRing non-standard files
- experience with Google Vision API/Amazon Textract or similar
- experience with parallel processing
How to apply:
If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive a sample subset of the files. Before applying for the job, the candidate needs to be confident he/she will be able to retrieve the needed information with a high accuracy.
This position involves, but is not limited to, the following:
Process COVID testing samples
Organize/maintain the Accessioning Lab space
Maintain Accessioning Lab equipment
Help train other COVID Accessioning Lab users on safety and use of equipment
Help sequence COVID variants identified in the GT community
Help service-oriented lab activities such as the Tip -Washing Initiative
Ordering/Receiving supplies and equipment
Must be available 10 hours per week
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Experience in research lab/clinical is preferred but not required
Business casual attire that is safety compliant
Required Minimum Qualifications for Student Assistant:
• Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree
• Must be registered for at least 6 credit hours with the Georgia Institute of Technology
Please forward cover letter, current resume via Email to email@example.com
Write and edit content for a range of materials, including website, social media, video, and online promotions
Create fliers, handouts, and other promotional materials
Maintain and update websites and social media sites
Design graphics and manipulate digital photographs
Related duties as assigned
Strong writing, editing, analytical, and computer skills
Experience with content creation and website editing
A high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
Work well independently and as part of a team
Excellent time management and organizational skills in producing multiple projects simultaneously while adhering to deadlines
Pay Rate: starting at $10/hour
Schedule: Flexible, up to 20 hours a week. Hybrid.
Commitment would be for the fall 2021 semester, ideally continuing on in future semesters.
To apply, submit your application responses and resume at https://forms.office.com/r/0w4i7EvZ1U.
The Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, also known as EI2, is the largest and most comprehensive university-based program of business and economic development assistance in the United States. Our overall goal is to help enterprises of all types and sizes use science, technology, and innovation to improve their competitiveness – and bottom lines.
EI2 is launching a pilot certification program in China for Innovation & Technology Commercialization (ITC) professionals. This program is targeted for researchers, innovators, technology transfer professionals, and technology commercialization professionals who are looking to advance their knowledge in the commercialization of research technology.
We are seeking motivated students who are fluent in Mandarin, both written and verbal, to become interns from August 2021 – December 2021. Some information about the program includes:
• The course is 100% online.
• Each cohort term for the course will last 1 month with an increasing number of students from January until May.
• The majority of these students are working professionals and may work on their coursework in the evenings and over the weekend.
• The course will be delivered on the Canvas platform. Interns must be familiar with or willing to learn how to use the administrative side of Canvas.
• Given the large number of students expected, there will be multiple interns for one course and interns will need to collaborate and work together as a team.
• Your commitment to this course is important given the level of visibility with the online program
Intern responsibilities include the following:
• Content Creation
o Translate materials from English to Chinese or Chinese to English as needed while being mindful of field-specific terminology
o Create Chinese subtitles for English videos
o Create bilingual promotional material for course and course-related events
• Technical Questions
o Monitor and answer technical questions on discussion board regarding Canvas platform, grades, connection issues, VPN, certificate issuance, etc.
o Schedule live technical question session at beginning of each cohort term
• Content Questions
o Monitor discussion boards for content questions and provide translated answers from instructors
o Translate questions from students and responses from instructors from Chinese to English
o Update and maintain expert system database for interns.
• Student Interaction
o Encourage student engagement in discussion boards
o Facilitated virtual networking sessions for students
o Monitor official ITCP program chat platform
• Willingness to work 8 am - 10 pm, up to 20 hours per week.
• Must be eligible to work in the United States.
• Fluency in both written and spoken English and Mandarin is required
• Applicants must be proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Knowledge in ITC is not required but candidates preferably have an interest in economic development, innovation, entrepreneurship, business incubation, tech commercialization, tech transfer, or a related field.
To apply, please email Lauren Lange (firstname.lastname@example.org) and copy Ci Song (email@example.com) with the subject line “ITCP Intern Application”. Include your English-language resume and a letter of interest in English and Chinese. Please answer the following questions in your letter:
1. Introduce yourself (what is your year and major).
2. What is your experience using the Chinese language?
3. What is your experience working in a team or professional setting?
4. Why are you interested in this position?
We will train you in our staff run American Red Cross Lifeguard Course on campus. Or, we will accept your ARC cert if you have already been certified.
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 $1/hr for early morning and swim meet shifts.
Getting started is easy! Simply apply online, interview, and attend/pass one of our lifeguard certification classes.
We are hiring for Fall and Year-round lifeguards
NUMBER OF OPENINGS 50
FULL-TIME/PART-TIME Part-time, max hours per week 20
• 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.
QUALIFICATIONS TO TAKE LIFEGUARD CLASS
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
• $9-$10/hr to start
• $9.50-$13/hr for positions as guards apply and get selected for
promotions to Head Guard, Supervisor, Instructor, Student Managers
• Additional $1/hr for early mornings, holidays, and weekend 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
WAYS TO APPLY & COURSE TIMES
• Apply online and search class times at:
• Email your interest to apply and/or resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
• 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/USG STUDENTS
• 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.
We are looking for an Events Student Assistant to work part-time at the Bill Moore Student Success Center.
o Assist with set up for various events, including all audio/visual, room setups, and coordinating with catering/event staff.
o Perform other administrative support duties as needed.
o Available to work a range of 5-10 hours per week. Must be able to work weekdays, nights,
o Excellent communication, organizational, customer service, and interpersonal skills.
o Experience managing events and running operations is a plus.
To apply, please email your resume to Nyasha Farrington at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Engage is a first-of-its-kind enterprise venture platform that dramatically accelerates startup growth and corporate innovation. 14 leading corporations - Chick-Fil-A, Coca-Cola, Cox Enterprises, Delta, Georgia Pacific, Georgia Power, Goldman Sachs, The Home Depot, Honeywell, Intercontinental Exchange, Inspire Brands, Invesco, UPS and Wellstar- partnered with the Georgia Institute of Technology and Invest Georgia, have backed the Engage fund, managed by Tech Square Ventures.
Informed by insights derived from corporate partners and cross-industry trends, we recruit startups from around the world. They enter an enterprise go-to-market program that accelerates the path to scale, working directly with corporate partners to implement pilots and contracts. At the same time, our corporate partners are empowered to strengthen their innovation capacity and learn from each other in a cross-disciplinary manner.
Interns at Engage will have the unique opportunity to learn about the go-to-market growth platform and venture fund by supporting the Engage team on the different aspects of working with our startups and corporate partners.
The internship program will bring together a team of talented graduate and undergraduate students from leading educational institutions in Atlanta across four roles – Fund Management, Insights Analysts, Design + Communications, and Program Operations.
All internship positions will be part time opportunities for 20 hours per week. The internship program will be managed by the Director of Platform & Operations at Engage – Dr. Nammy Vedire – and report to different team members. In addition to their regular responsibilities, Engage interns will meet weekly to listen to guest speakers, learn leadership skills, develop a deeper understanding of business concepts, and discuss progress on projects.
The internship will start in September 2021 and will run through the Fall Semester with an option to extend into the Spring semester for the right candidate. Group meetings might be conducted remotely but students will be asked to meet for group work in the Engage studio. Applicants should be creative, hardworking, self-motivated leaders with a general interest in innovation and startups.
Chosen interns will be compensated at a rate of $10-$15/hour based on experience. The specific responsibilities and requirements of this role are detailed below:
o Assist with set up for various Engage events, including all audio/visual, seating needs, name tag/ handout prep, and coordinating with catering/ event staff.
o Manage RSVP/ attendee lists for events and assist with outreach campaigns.
o Participation in the planning and execution of Engage Innovation Conference and Investor & Executive Reception.
o Manage the Engage pantry to make sure it is stocked with beverages and refreshments, and make sure basic office supplies are also stocked.
o Serving as a general resource for Engage founders, corporate partners, investor network and community members.
o Perform other administrative support duties as needed.
o Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
o Ability to write professional communication and produce reports.
o Proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint a must.
o Experience managing events and running operations is a plus.
o LOCATION: Interns should be able to work out of the Engage Offices in Tech Square (Centergy One, 75 5th St NW, Suite 2100, Atlanta, GA).
o WEEKLY GROUP MEETING: In addition to their specific responsibilities, Engage interns will meet weekly to listen to guest speakers, learn leadership skills, develop a deeper understanding of investing, hone business skills, and discuss progress on projects.
o SUMMARY REPORT: At the conclusion of the internship, interns will submit an Internship Report (1500-2000 words - about 5 pages, double spaced) to Dr. Nammy Vedire describing their internship work.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please, send a cover letter and a copy of your resume to Dr. Nammy Vedire [firstname.lastname@example.org] with the subject line ‘Engage Operations Associate Internship.’ Deadline for applying is 12:00 pm on Friday, Sept 17th 2021.
ONLY BUSINESS MAJORS NEED APPLY.
Specifically, the research assistant will:
• Integrate both a LIDAR and time-of-flight sensor to an existing robotic spacecraft simulator
• Develop custom hardware and software interfaces for the localization sensors
This position is looking applicants with the following experience:
• Designing PCB for digital and analog circuits
• Embedded microelectronics
• C, C++, MATLAB, and/or Simulink coding experience
• Comprehending technical hardware documentation
Additionally, the applicants must able to work on campus in a laboratory setting, as well as, in small graduate and undergraduate research teams.
To apply, please email your resume to Matthew King-Smith (email address: email@example.com). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
To assist the Chair and Admin manager in the administrative and marketing duties related to School of Building Construction.
The candidate will be responsible for reviewing and updating websites and social media sites; writing success stories and content related to marketing and promoting Center programs and clients; assisting with logistics for online workshops, training; data compilation and assisting staff on client projects as appropriate. The candidate will also help answer the Center’s telephone, respond to inquiries, and forward call to proper personnel.