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

Office Assistant
April 9, 2018
August 20, 2018
Joy Bryant
Customer Service (verbal communication)
 Answering Telephone
 Typing/Filing/Paperwork
 Key inventory (audits)
 Opening/Closing the office
 Assisting Residents & Visitors
 Working with other housing staff members
West Community Housing Office (WCHO) West Campus
Student Employee
February 26, 2018
February 26, 2019
Jeffrey T. Hunnicutt
The Georgia Tech Police Department is in need of a Student Employee with web site and user interface design, development, and administration experience. The ideal candidate will possess experience with Drupal and be familiar with PHP, or other back-end scripting, including Python, Java, Go, Scala, etc. Experience with MySQL, MongoDB, or Postgres is also required.”
Security & Police Department/Gary F Beringause Bldg
$12.50 - $15.00hr
Talent Acquisition Assistant
February 19, 2018
March 6, 2018
Keisha Williams
Provide assistance to the Talent Acquisition department in administrative and recruitment efforts. This position may involve handling classified or confidential records. Assist with resume review Tech Temp request, data entry, developing reports and background screening request.

• Entering confidential data into a 3rd party vendor website
• Reviewing candidate background documents ensure
• Retrieving candidates background results
• Reviewing department request for background screenings
• Communicate with units regarding incomplete request
• Copying and filing documents
• Ad hoc reports
• Retrieving documents from mailbox, fax and emails

• Creating job postings in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS)
• Reviewing candidate resumes in ATS determine qualifications
• Reviewing department request for Tech Temp to ensure
packets are complete and accurate

• Second year or more
• Currently enrolled in a USG institution
• Ability to pay close attention to detail
• Excellent verbal and written skills
• Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
• Second year or more
• Currently enrolled in a USG institution
• Ability to pay close attention to detail
• Excellent verbal and written skills
• Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
M-F/ Flexible
The Office of Human Resources
$10 Hour
Career FAIR Customer Service Representatives
January 25, 2018
January 26, 2018
Richard South
Customer Service Representative for Career Center - Career Fair Employers, assist recruiters by walking them to appropriate booth, student check in, misc. duties as needed.
McCamish Pavilon
TV Operations Assistant
January 13, 2018
February 17, 2018
Yelena Rivera-Vale
Georgia Tech Cable Network is looking for a Tech student intern to perform the duties of an Operations Assistant. The position will start immediately with the option of working also during the summer. The student must at least be able to work for two semesters since we’ll be training the chosen candidate on the use of our scheduling software. To be considered please send your resume to

Job Responsibilities:
• Assist with maintaining the master Movie Calendar
• Schedule our two in-house channels
• Assist with special events
• Provides other administrative support, as needed

The position requires a detailed-oriented person who is comfortable working by him/herself. The chosen candidate must be willing to work at least 12 hours per week Monday through Friday.
Georgia Tech Cable Network (GTCN)
$12 p/h
Phonathon Caller
January 16, 2018
December 6, 2018
Ron Davis II
The Annual Roll Call Phonathon program housed at the Alumni Association is seeking to hire a group of responsible and enthusiastic students to serve as Student Callers. Each year our objective is to build and strengthen the relationship between the institution and the multitude of alumni, parents, and donors that we contact. Our student callers request contributions while updating demographic information and discussing the importance of supporting GA Tech financially in addition to sharing the latest school related news and events.

This position requires excellent communication skills and a genuine affinity for GA Tech. We need students who are passionate about Tech and are willing and able to create rapport in order to request needed support of the GA Tech Annual Roll Call Fund. Working on the Phonathon team is a great opportunity to improve your communication, fundraising, and public relations skills for life after Tech.

Phonathon shifts are from Sunday - Thursday from 6pm-9pm. Closed Fridays and Saturdays.

Flexible Scheduling:
Students are only required to work two shifts (shifts=days) per week. You can request additional days (pending availability) but must work a minimum of two. The days you request can be different each week but it is advised to make them consistent. Schedules are submitted prior to the start of each month.

You can also request a three-day schedule where you must work a minimum of three shifts per week for the entire semester. These positions pay $9.50 hourly but are limited.

Raises are assessed each semester for returning callers based on performance and attendance. Snacks will be provided on occasion, as well as various incentives and bonuses for achievement of individual and group goals.

• Make a clear, strong case for financial support to increase both giving and participation.
• Have open and engaging conversation creating a positive impression of Tech.
• Uphold Phonathon employment and confidentiality agreements.
• Display comfort in requesting gifts from alumni and donors.
• Be pleasant yet persistent in securing pledges and negotiating gift amounts.
• Always remain positive and professional.
• Handle objections and difficult conversations tactfully with courtesy and sensitivity.
• Commit to a minimum of 6 hours or 9 hours (2-3 shifts) per week.
• Develop techniques to help deal with objections and improve the style of your calls.
• Think quickly in response to questions and/or concerns our alumni and donors may have.
• Arrive to work on time and with a positive attitude.
• Manage school work load and job hours.
• Speak clear and fluent English.
• Have a good time!

Submit your resume and two times you are available for a phone interview to: with subject line "Spring 2018 Phonathon Caller"
Alumni House
January 16, 2018
May 6, 2018
Gordon Zhang
The Center for Spatial Planning Analytics and Visualization at Georgia Tech is looking for a student
proficient in front-end website-development. The developers will work closely with other designers and
data scientists on several projects. A commitment to collaboration,
delivering products on time, quick
responses to requests and emails, and careful attention to the quality of work are essential for this job.
We encourage both undergraduate students in their Junior or Senior year in the Computer Science and
Engineering programs as well as graduate Computer Science or HCI students with requisite skills to
apply. If interested, please send an email to Gordon Zhang at with a resume and
a link to GitHub, BitBucket or other repositories. The applications will be accepted until the job is filled.
15 - 20 hours per week
Center for Spatial Planning analytics and Visualization (SPAV)
Salary will be commensurate with experience
Health Initiatives Student Assistant
January 15, 2018
May 5, 2018
Lauren Dennis
Job Purpose: To assist Health Initiatives with administrative tasks and offer customer service support to students, faculty, and staff who utilize our resources. The ideal Student Assistant would be a self-starter, have a positive attitude, a willingness to think creatively, and have an interest in health and well-being and related topics. This position also requires dependability and confidentiality.

Job Description
- Assist in answering phones and greeting Health Initiatives
- Direct Health Initiatives clients to appropriate resources
- Assist in managing the Condom Availability program supplies and filling Bulk Condom requests
- Data collection, management, and analysis
- Work with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and internet
- Assist with Health Initiatives outreach and special events
- Other duties as assigned by the Administrative Professional
Health Initiatives (Joseph B. Whitehead building)
Graphic Design Student Assistant
January 8, 2018
April 24, 2018
Christina Wan (Office of Summer Session Initiatives)
Graphic Design Student Assistant
Office of Undergraduate Education

Job Duties:

Assist the Office of Undergraduate Education with the following tasks:
• Marketing
o Help develop marketing plan and strategies for Summer Session
o Design marketing collateral, including – but not limited to print material, web banners, and social media icons.
o Creation and implementation of social media campaigns for different initiatives.
o Design and maintenance of social media sites (e.g., Facebook, Twitter)
o Design and maintenance of Summer Session Initiatives website,


o Assist with outreach to current and incoming student populations, including tabling, placement of marketing materials on campus, distribution of marketing collateral, and more.
o Assist with outreach to current and incoming student populations through social media.
o Other duties as assigned


• Proficiency with MS Office and various social media platforms
• Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud, especially InDesign
• Ability to produce marketing collateral using Adobe suite of design products
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Preferred Qualifications:
• Pursuit of a design-related major within the College(s) of Computing, Business, Design or Liberal Arts.
• Experience with Drupal
• Experience with website design and marketing strategy
• Experience marketing to undergraduate student populations

Work Study:

Not required


$10 per hour
To apply for this position, please complete the application at the following link:

Questions? Please contact
A. French Building
Not required
$10 per hour
Student Assistant for Video Production and Editing
January 8, 2018
December 31, 2018
Chaohua Ou
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking a student assistant to assist CTL staff with video production, editing, and post-production for various teaching and learning projects.

Desired Skills:

Demonstrated proficiency in using Adobe Creative Suite, preferably in one or more of the following: Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, After Effects; Excellent writing and editing skills.
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail; Excellent time management and organizational skills in producing multiple projects simultaneously while adhering to deadlines; Some graphic experience preferred, but not required.

To Apply:
Please send your resume and the names and email addresses of three references all combined into ONE pdf document to Dr. Chaohua Ou ( Position is available starting December, 2017. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

10-15 hours/Week
Clough Commons
Undergraduate Assistant for Multi-media production for Spring 2018
January 8, 2018
May 15, 2018
Dr. Paul Alonso
A professor in the School of Modern Languages is looking for an undergraduate assistant for Spring 2018 to work on a multi-media and bilingual project/class about Latin American popular culture. The position is for 10-15 hours per week ($15 USD per hour).

Skills required
• Video/audio editing; media production
• Web design / content management
• Desirable qualifications: Written & oral fluency in English and Spanish; interest in media culture, journalism and/or Latin American Studies.

Other specifications: Candidates must submit their CV and a brief statement of intent highlighting their experience with media production, Spanish language, and/or Latin American culture ( by December 15, 2017.
10-15 hours per week
School of Modern Languages
$15.00 per hour
Nunn School Academic Services Student Assistant Position
January 8, 2018
February 4, 2018
Stephanie Jackson
The Nunn School is seeking an undergraduate student to assist with advising, career and student services activities. The ideal candidate is tech savvy, a self-starter with a strong work ethic, pays attention to details, has a customer service and problem-solving orientation, and excellent interpersonal skills. He or she should demonstrate a commitment to the position through excellent attendance, timely completion of tasks, and a willingness to be flexible.

• Development and maintenance of communications materials, including proofreading and editing
• Management of websites and social media (ex., T-square, Advising Blog, Weekly Digest, Facebook, etc.)
• Graphics/design of flyers, infographics, and marketing/recruitment visual media
• Maintain recruitment, advising, internship, career, graduate study and study abroad data and information
• Logistics for guest speakers/luncheons, information sessions, site/career visits, etc.
• File management, web research, data entry and report generation
• Filing, photocopying, mailing, faxing and phone, plus other duties as assigned

• Strong planning and organizational skills, ability to multi-task, and follow instruction
• Strong oral and written communication skills and high attention to detail
• Business or social event/travel and logistics planning experience
• Excellent word processing, database management and website editing skills. Proficiency in MS Office Suite, including Publisher, and aptitude for learning new computer skills. High proficiency in using Google applications, blog and social media software (ex., WordPress, YouTube, Facebook), and knowledge of Adobe Acrobat, graphic design and photo editing software (ex., PhotoShop).
• Enthusiasm for working with the Nunn School and Ivan Allen College and comfortable working in a team environment

Interested candidates should email a portfolio highlighting their experience, skills, software program proficiency and work history to The portfolio should include a resume and cover letter, links to websites/blogs that you have developed/maintained, and examples of flyers/posters/media you have designed/created. Please also indicate your specific summer availability in your cover letter (days/hours you could work up to 20 hours per week).

Please submit your materials to by Tuesday, November 21, 2017. Indicate "INTA Assistant Position" in the subject line of the email.
20, flexible schedule
Habersham/Ivan Allen College Building
Student Graphic Designer
October 11, 2017
December 1, 2018
Trisha Smith
The CREATE-X initiative at Georgia Tech is seeking a current student to join our administrative and marketing staff in a graphic designer role. The student will develop new advertisement visuals and marketing content for use in online communications and print materials.

The ideal candidate will have strong creative skills and will be a self-starter who is motivate to develop exciting promotional materials.

Required Qualifications:
-Intermediate skills in Adobe Creative Suite (eg Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)
-Demonstrable graphic design skills with a design/art portfolio

Preferred Qualifications:
-Possession of creative flair, versatility and conceptual/visual ability
-Familiarity with HTML5/CSS
-Receptive to critical feedback from clients
10-15 hrs / week
Centergy Building