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 duties include but are not limited to:
Front desk coverage: greet students, faculty, staff, etc.
Preparing and assisting with events such as FASET, information sessions, etc.
Performing work related errands as requested
Filing and making copies
Restocking and organizing materials and supplies
Great verbal and written communication skills
Working knowledge of basic office equipment and machines
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)
Ability to communicate and work well with a diverse staff
You may apply using the link below.
• Hospitality: Greeting and directing guests of the College of Computing; maintaining a “host” mindset to guest
• Have a working knowledge of the College of Computing Building as well as Klaus Advanced Computing Building
• Supporting day-to-day operations. This includes tasks such as maintaining inventory, shredding and archiving papers, dusting/ cleaning common areas, and keeping drinks and snacks replenished
• Unlocking and maintaining classrooms
• Maintaining CCB lost and found
• Clerical work
• Must be a part-time or full-time GT student to work
• Maintain good academic standing
• Work approximately 12-20 hours a week
• Must be a part-time or full-time student to work
• Maintain good academic standing
• Take approximately 10-20 hours a week depending your own personal work schedule
• Good communications skills
• Good communication skills; personable
• Able to work block hours between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
• Self-starters who take initiative when ongoing tasks need to be completed
• Follows directions as given
• Flexible- able to cope with changes and critically think through various tasks that are given
The Office of Graduate Studies in collaboration with Pre-Graduate & Pre-Professional Advising are looking for a dedicated and creative video editor. This person will be responsible for managing footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects for several YouTube videos created for prospective students who are interested in applying to graduate school. You will work closely with the Assistant Director of Graduate Studies and the Pre-Graduate Advisor. Please send your resume and portfolio to the contact email listed above.
• cutting files to put together sequence of videos
• reordering and fine-tuning content to ensure logical sequencing and smooth running of videos
• experimenting with styles and techniques including design of graphic elements
• writing voiceover/commentary
• suggesting or selecting music
• may also include online editing and finalization of technical aspects such as correcting faulty footage, grading, coloring, and adding special effects
• Experience in one of more of the following areas: video production, video editing, visual arts, graphic design, multimedia studies
• Working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, iMovie, and Final Cut Pro
• Ability to organize and manage time effectively
• Ability to meet deadline with short turnaround times
• Strong communication skills
End date is tentative, based on project completion time
Respond to calls and emails
Key audits, Key racking
Assisting housing staff and residents
Assisting students with Lock-outs/key issues
$8.50 per hour
OFFICE HOURS: 8AM-8PM
· Customer Service Oriented
· Attentive to details
The Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) is looking for a dedicated and creative marketing assistant to help execute strategic objectives through e-mail marketing, social media, print and digital media, and more.
This position will be responsible for supporting the Marketing team at CIDI across various initiatives that strive to further the Center and the Institute’s mission and goals.
• Support the marketing team with planning, implementing, and monitoring marketing campaigns
• Write and edit content for different platforms such as social media, website, and press releases
• Planning and deploying e-mail marketing campaigns
• Provide administrative and project support
• Collaborate and coordinate with other employees and service providers to ensure work continuity
• Adobe and MS Office proficiency
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Attention to detail
• Ability to manage and organize deadlines
• Superior organizational and time management skills
• Knowledge of relevant marketing tools and applications
Primary duties will be upkeep of the Rec Swim schedule in our space reservation system, upkeep of the correct Rec Slots in our internal Usage Map, and upkeep of posted online information regarding hours and swim events.
Assist in creating user groups contracts and invoices for meets and lane rentals.
Approximate hours per week: 16-20
Additional duties as assigned.
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 15-20
FULL-TIME/PART-TIME Part-time, 16-40 hrs per week
• 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.