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.
The Network Services team has multiple opportunities available for students to contribute to. These opportunities are detailed below.
NETWORK SUPPORT STUDENT ASSISTANT (1 position available)
• This position will work with the entire Network Services team to support the campus backbone and wireless networks.
• Key Responsibilities:
• Install and support network electronics in campus buildings
• Support campus wireless/walk-up network (LAWN)
• Utilize network management, monitoring, and documentation tools
• Assist full-time network support engineers on other tasks as assigned
• Preferred skills:
• Experience with TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, network troubleshooting
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT STUDENT ASSISTANT (2 positions available)
• This position will work with the Network Services development team to develop tools which enhance the network deployment, monitoring, and maintenance as well as the campus customer experience.
• Key Responsibilities:
• Contribute to development and support of web applications maintained by the network team and utilized by the campus IT community
• Contribute to development of new web applications for upcoming service offerings
• Create and maintain scripting and automation tooling supporting campus network equipment and infrastructure
• Preferred experience:
• Scripting (Python, Bash)
• Version Control (Git)
• Databases (PostgreSQL and MySQL)
ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS
Impact and Influence:
These positions will interact on a consistent basis with: Departmental IT staff and OIT staff.
US Citizenship required
Please fill out an application and upload your resume at https://forms.ns.gatech.edu/student-hiring-application.
Available FANgineer positions for the 2020 FB season include:
a) Floor Manager - Floating position, considered to be the primary contact responsible for each side of the stadium. Each Floor Manager provides management experience while assisting with any issues that may arise. Floor Managers are further responsible for monitoring the GTAH staff in their area and will remain in direct contact with the Hospitality Director & Hospitality Intern.
b) Podium Attendant - Stationary position, located in each premium area of the stadium. Podium Attendants are second-in-command to the Floor Manager, typically receive the most guest questions, and are responsible with documenting all notes throughout the game.
c) Club / Ticket Attendant - Floating position, responsible for tending to the needs of guests in the Club Lounge, Letterwinners Lounge, and/or Tech Terrace. Pregame responsibilities include validating all club tickets/credentials and answering guest questions. In-game responsibilities include maintaining the premium area by interacting with guests, checking for custodial needs and monitoring ingress/egress.
d) Suite / Ticket Attendant - Floating position, responsible for monitoring 5-8 suites per game. Pregame responsibilities include ensuring catering deliveries and set-ups specific to each suite, validating all suite tickets/credentials and answering guest questions. In-game responsibilities include assisting their suite guests with in-suite needs like filling out additional catering orders, cleaning spills or trash, reporting audio/visual and maintenance issues, as well as continuing to monitor suite level ingress/egress.
Additional information as well as the online application can be found at: www.GTAHonline.com/apply
The beyond carbon working group seeks graduate students who can assist in:
• Liaising with solution “owners” to ensure the beyond carbon drafts are integrated into final solution descriptions
• Editing/drafting/refining the beyond carbon narratives based on input from solution owners, external reviewers, and consultants
• Supplementing drafts with additional research as needed
• Supporting the completion of these narratives through regularly scheduled check-ins with faculty advisors and others on the team
Candidates (graduate students) will need both strong writing and analytical skills as well as a background or interest in climate mitigation and societal impact of solutions.
· Students will manage their assigned portfolio of websites and support client requests
· Assist clients in content creation
· Resolve and troubleshoot development roadblocks
· Produce artifacts that communicate website KPIs to client
· Research and present current industry trends and recommendations
· Must possess a minimum of 1+ year of experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustrator.
· Strong analytical, organizational and creative skills (eye for visual design is a plus)
· Prior experience developing user interfaces and prototypes from wireframes and design concepts
· Experience building websites in Drupal or other CMS/publishing platform
· Project management and team collaboration, as well as the ability to work independently
· Familiarity with Google Analytics
· Receptive to critical feedback from clients
· Strong desire to learn new skills
· Strong troubleshooting skills
· Digital media experience
Skills required to be successful in this role:
1. Highly motivated individual
2. Independent problem-solving mindset
3. Accountable for assigned tasks
4. Highly detailed documentation and process skills
5. Ability to follow previously established guidelines to provide high quality results
6. Strong verbal and written communication with our clients (sharp business acumen)
Per institute guidelines, this role will be remote and students will telecommute from their desired off-campus lcoation.
(filing, document/spreadsheet creation, mail distribution,office supply
inventory, etc.) and other duties as assigned. Must have good communication
and organizational skills. Ability to work with diverse population. 6 months
experience working in an academic environment.
*While we are not certain when students will be permitted back on campus, students are encouraged to apply for positions of interest in the event that campus opens for summer and fall semester, summer applicants will be considered for future semesters as well.