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.
• Proficiency with MS Excel to analyze data via charts, graphs, and tables
• Proficiency with at least one of the following programming languages: Python, MATLAB, R, or Julia
• Basic statistics knowledge
• Excellent problem-solving ability
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Detail-oriented and highly organized
Box Office Functions:
• Facilitate the sale of event tickets via phone and walk-up, expressing friendly demeanor and helpful attitude at all times.
• Must be comfortable handling cash and credit card transactions, and speaking to the public via phone and in person.
• Retrieve and return phone messages from phone system.
• Perform the opening and/or closing procedures of the box office.
• Respond to patron ticketing issues, requesting assistance from the Box Office Coordinator and/or Box Office Assistant as needed, to ensure a timely resolution is implemented.
• Oversee basic box office functions in the absence of the Box Office Coordinator and Box Office Assistant.
• Comfortable working independently.
• Occasional mandatory 3-hour event shifts on evenings and weekends, as show schedules require.
• Other duties as assigned.
Note: Position extended into fall semester subject to satisfactory job performance.
The question is… are you looking for a job or an opportunity?
The Executive Education office at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business is looking for a student assistant who not only wants a part-time job while in school, but is looking for an opportunity to learn and grow with one department while here at Georgia Tech.
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, 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 10-20 hours per week.
The selected candidate will possess the following:
• Strong focus on customer service
• Ability to solve problems/research to find answers to general inquiries
• Event coordination or project management preferred
• Excellent written and verbal communication
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook
• Professional demeanor
• Energetic Team-player
• Takes initiative to get things done
• Enjoys making lists and checking things off
• Likes change and working in a fast-paced environment
Desire to learn:
• Operations and Process-Improvement
• Planning and Scheduling
• Marketing and Sales strategies
• Large scale event planning and execution
• Ability to lift 25 lbs. and available to work Friday evenings and Saturdays
• Please note that this is not a standard desk position, but rather will require active participation in preparation and set up for programs.
Position to start immediately, with a competitive hourly pay-rate offered.
Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Copy, scan, file
• Run errands on campus using Gem Cart
• Assist in the planning and coordination of meetings and special events
• Manage office supplies
• Assist with projects assigned
• Support Klemis Kitchen
• Vending Machine Reports
• Respond to voicemail messages
• Perform other duties as assigned
Assisting with Impact Reporting project management (annual reporting to donors) to include data entry in our donor database and other tasks as needed.
Assist with Stewardship events to include maintaining event notebooks, creating event name badges, addressing/mailing invitations, providing onsite event support (event set up and break down, greeting guests, driving golf carts, etc.).
Other duties to include organizing and updating gift closet inventory and updating internal Stewardship department website.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access is desired.
Good communication skills, both verbal and written; ability to interact with students, staff and donors.
Good work ethic; must be disciplined enough to work independently and complete tasks in a timely manner without direct supervision.
• Have good communication skills (verbal & written)
• Be able to interact with a diverse group of students
• Have some computer experience
• Be available to work during some lunch hours, weekends, holidays
The role of the assistant in the GLC office includes duties such as record keeping,
sorting mail, processing packages, and communicating with residents and staff
• Record Keeping:
Maintaining resident files during check in and check out periods
Upkeep of loaner key check out/in forms
Assist preparation of GLC/Family housing welcome packets
• Sorting Mail/packages:
Daily sorting and distribution of mail (letters and packages)
Informing residents of priority mailings upon receipt
Distribute flyers and notices to community as needed
Assist all residents and visitors with their requests and questions
Answer office telephone
Take message for the Housing staff
Create signs and flyers to communicate information to residents.
Issue keys to residents and staff
Respond to calls and emails
Key audits, Key racking
Assisting housing staff and residents
Assisting students with Lock-outs/key issues
application link: file:///C:/Users/jd236/OneDrive%20-%20Georgia%20Institute%20of%20Technology/Desktop/WORK/GLC%20OA%20application%20January%202022.pdf
The Campus Recreation Center is seeking students to train and serve as Pool
Techs for the McAuley Aquatic Center and Crawford pools. The Georgia Tech
Aquatic 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. Pool Techs are responsible for ensuring the overall
safety, functional operations and cleanliness of the facilities. With the
aquatic 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. Pool Techs receive an additional $1/hr for
working swim meet breakdown shifts. Working as a pool technician is an
awesome way to become familiar with a variety of large scale pool pump and
Getting started is easy! Simply apply online and go through the interview
We are hiring for Summer, Fall and Year-round Pool Technicians.
NUMBER OF OPENINGS 6
FULL-TIME/PART-TIME Part-time, max hours per week 20
• Perform facility walk-throughs to identify repair & maintenance items
• Perform chemical checks and ensure pool chemistry is balanced and meets
• After being trained, perform routine repairs and soldering repairs to
• Check and provide support on all pump-room equipment, including pumps,
chlorinators, chemical controllers, filtration systems, UV light systems, etc
• Complete general maintenance items including, but not limited to, pool
brushing, vacuuming, pressure washing, maintaining proper water levels
• Test and check for proper water chemistry according to state and local
• Perform daily facility maintenance and sanitation duties to provide and
maintain a safe and aesthetically inviting aquatic facility for
• Maintain passing scores and proper safety standards during on-the-job
visual, un-announced lifeguard evaluations
• Attend a monthly in-service training meeting
• Perform other duties as assigned; Ability to lift 40lbs (preferred but not required)
• Required – All CRC team members are required to take the CPR/First
Aid/AED course within the first 30 days of employment. This course is
provided to CRC team members at no additional cost to the team member.
• Recommended – Pool technicians may take the Certified Pool Operator’s
course, offered periodically, by the facility’s in-house instructor.
Obtaining this additional certification makes the team member eligible for an
increase in hourly pay.
• The required uniform shirt for this position is provided by the CRC as
part of your employment.
• Team members must their own accommodations for parking.
WAYS TO APPLY
• You may apply through the lifeguard link: Apply online at:
• Email your interest to apply and/or resume to: email@example.com
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.
Hours/Schedule: Flexible Scheduling 5:30am-10pm
Location: Campus Recreation Center
Work Study: No
Pay Rate: $9.00-11.00
Positions Available: 6 Pool Tech Positions
We are looking to fill several student worker positions to help us make accessible textbooks and course material for individuals with print-related disabilities. Student workers will need to have solid computer and writing skills, and will learn advanced production techniques to create accessible E-Text file formats for a production unit under CIDI, the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation, which is a USG/BOR statewide disability service and research center at Georgia Tech. Please visit our website to learn more about CIDI’s E-Text Department: https://cidi.gatech.edu/services/etext
• Reliable and dependable
• Advanced computer skills
• Must be detail oriented and highly organized
• Be able to work efficiently and accurately
• Typing speed of 45 wpm or higher
• Excellent reading comprehension, spelling, and grammar skills
• Knowledge of digital file formats such as PDF and MS Word Doc
• Anticipated graduation date is at least one year later than current date
• Knowledge of XHTML, XML (Additional knowledge of CSS, XSLT preferred)
• Ability to use a database entry/tracking system
• Ability to effectively troubleshoot technical/software-related issues
• Two to three years of experience with applications such as Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, ABBYY FineReader, or various Assistive Technology Software
• Knowledge of relevant accessibility standards
• 15-30 minute Skills Test to be administered immediately after the interview to assess basic computer and writing skills.
• PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER ALONG WITH YOUR RESUME IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION TO THE E-TEXT MANAGER: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assist in the coordination and planning of programs, events and other activities
Help with marketing and communications of programming (e.g. newsletters, email distribution lists, signage, etc.)
Support gathering of programmatic data and analysis
Perform administrative and operational tasks as needed
Write memos, correspondence, and other reports
Conduct other duties, as assigned
Qualifications for Positions Above:
Strong research and written communication skills
Self-motivated, critical thinker
Experience in data collection
Detail-oriented and organized
Skilled at managing multiple projects and event planning
Skilled in establishing priorities and timelines
Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships
Be enrolled full-time for the upcoming summer semester at Georgia Tech
Be in good academic standing
Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above
Have reliable transportation to and from campus
Hours and Compensation:
20 hours per week
$12 per hour
How to Apply: DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MAY 11TH, 5PM
Please submit a brief email of interest and your resume to Ms. Allyson Tant, Program & Operations Director, at email@example.com.