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.
- Support our customer service effort by demonstrating room technology, answering basic questions, and solving common user error problems.
- Perform periodic room checks including, testing of audio/visual components of the room and basic functionality of the computer.
- Be able to assist in medium level problem solving including but not limited to:
- Disconnect or unplug components
- Basic control issues such as synchronization of component issues.
- Check signal pathways for breakages.
- Replace standard room components. (Speakers, Amps, Computer)
- Be able to work with FTE and other students in solving problems.
- Participate in maintenance scheduled during the semester breaks.
- Escalate any hardware or usage errors to a supervisor.
Prospective applicants should have a firm grasp of basic computer skills. Applicants should have a good understanding of A/V technology and have a good problem solving back ground. Customer service is a necessary and important part of this job, and the ability to assist in this is vital to the job.
To be considered for the position please email your resume to Ms. Yelena Rivera-Vale
If interested, please send an email along with a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us in creating a Georgia Tech IT focused bot (Buzz-Bot-IT). Modern web services are available to handle many of the difficult parts of a chatbot, but there’s still plenty of work to do provide a usable service.
The CoE and CoC IT teams have a grant and are looking to hire two sophomore or junior students (up to 20 hours a week, negotiable) for Fall and Spring semester to develop a user-platform-agnostic prototype of Buzz-Bot-IT using the Microsoft Azure Bot Framework (https://dev.botframework.com/ ). If you have experience with user interface design, web service integration, and/or chatbots in general, we’d love to talk with you.
Interested? Send us an e-mail at email@example.com. Please include your resume and a portfolio of your previous projects.
The Football Student Intern provides support to the Player Personnel staff, Assistant Coaches, and Recruiting Operations Coordinator of the Georgia Tech football program. The following expectations specify the nature of the position.
• Enthusiastic, dependable, and self-motivated
• Collaborate easily with staff and work well independently
• Possess excellent communication and inter-personal skills
• Hard worker, quick learner, and ability to assume responsibility
• Be able to work up to 4 hours per work week between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM (flexible around your class schedule) and ALL home football games (3 plus hours prior to kick off until the end of the game)
o Saturday, 9/9 GT vs. Jacksonville State 12:30 pm (Report to office at 8:45 am)
o Saturday, 9/23 GT vs. Pitt (Time TBD)
o Saturday, 9/30 GT vs. UNC (Time TBD)
o Saturday, 10/21 GT vs. WF (Time TBD)
o Saturday, 11/11 GT vs. VT (Time TBD)
o Saturday, 9/9 GT vs. UGA (Time TBD)
Responsibilities for Administrative Procedures:
The Student Intern will:
• Keep all matters confidential
• Maintain and update the recruiting database
• Be on time for work and work hours as scheduled
• Execute all tasks in a precise, prompt and thorough manner
• Complete time sheets on time, accurately, and submit them by the deadlines specified
• Perform varied clerical duties such as filing, copying, running errands, and answering the telephone
• Be familiar with the programs, services, policies and procedures of the Georgia Tech Athletic Association
Responsibilities to General Public & Visitors:
The Student Intern will:
• Be receptive and sensitive to fans and visitors when approached for assistance
• Respond appropriately to questions, requests, and concerns of guests, prospective student athletes and their families
• Present a positive image of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Athletic Association through conduct and appearance
Education: Preferred to be enrolled in a Bachelors or Masters degree program in a related field.
Minimum Qualifications: Advanced computer skills are required. Applicants must be detail oriented, have good problem solving skills, be highly organized, be able to work independently, efficiently, and accurately. Excellent communication skills (written & oral); Team player; Knowledge of file formats including PDF, HTML, Microsoft Word, and other publishing formats. Ability to use a database entry/tracking system. Ability to effectively troubleshoot daily technical issues/problems
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of XHTML, XML (Additional knowledge of CSS, XSLT preferred). Typing speed of 50 wpm or higher. Two-three years experience in applications such as: Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, ABBYY Finereader, and Assistive Technology Software. Knowledge of relevant accessibility standards. Skilled in mathematics.
Duties/Responsibilities: Help proofread and QC braille materials to insure the high quality of braille produced by AMAC Accessibility. Ability to read braille not required.
Application Process: Please submit a cover letter along with your resume if you wish to be considered for this position to Nate Liao,
Anticipated graduation date is on or after May of the current school year.
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
Knowledge of file formats including PDF & DOCX
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-three years experience in applications such as: Acrobat Professional, MS Office, ABBYY Finereader, and various Assistive Technology Software.
Knowledge of relevant accessibility standards.
15-30 minute Skills Test to be administered immediately after the interview. (subjects of test: basic computer skills and writing skills)
PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER ALONG WITH YOUR RESUME IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION. Submit to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for students passionate about Georgia Tech and what they do. We are looking for reliable students who are serious about gaining a good work experience. We are looking for students who are creative or aspire to be more creative and want to develop the best services for current and prospective students. We are looking for students who want to work as part of a team and are dedicated to getting the job done. interested??
Must commit to one year.
Must have PHP experience or strong HTML and Java.
Must have some Photoshop or Illustrator experience.
This position requires excellent communication skills, a strong speaking voice, the ability to think quickly, 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 and negotiate much 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 operates Sunday - Thursday from 6pm-9pm. Closed Fridays and Saturdays.
Regular Schedules ($8.25 per hour):
Students are only required to work two 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. Schedules are submitted in the beginning of each month.
Alternate Schedule ($9.50 per hour):
Alternative Schedule option means student commits to three shifts/days per week for the entire semester. These students are required to work three shifts per week but are paid more hourly. Make sure the demands of your coursework can accommodate this schedule.
**Though you are free to work different days each week it is highly suggested that you select specific days and work those consistently. **
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 (with provided
script) during every call in an effort to increase both donor
giving and participation. Be pleasant yet persistent in securing
pledges and negotiating gift amounts.
• Establish an open and engaging line of communication
creating a positive impression of GA Tech.
• Uphold Phonathon employment and confidentiality
• Arrive to work on time and with a positive attitude.
• Always remain positive and professional. Handle objections
and difficult conversations tactfully with courtesy and
• Commit to a minimum of 6 hours or 9 hours (2-3 shifts) per
• Develop and share techniques to help deal with objections and
improve the structure and style of your calls.
• Think quickly in responding to any questions and/or concerns
our alumni and donors may have.
• Manage school work load and job hours.
• Speak clear and fluent English.
• Have a good time!
Please submit your resume and two different days and times you are available for a 30-45 minute phone interview during the interview windows listed below. Please be in a quiet space with good cell phone reception during interview.
1st interview/hiring window: August 15th - 29th
2nd interview/hiring window: September 10th - 18th
Please submit a name, number and email address for previous employer if applicable.
Positions are available immediately and applicants will be reviewed until filled.
• Georgia Tech or USG student taking minimum of 6 credit hours (must provide official class schedule)
• Undergraduate status
• Ability to interact with vendors, students and the public
• Great organization skills
• Experience with Microsoft Word & Excel
• Professional attitude
Employer: The Colonnade Group – Georgia Tech Athletic Hospitality
Hours: About 8 hours per game, ALL 6 home football games (additional opportunities will be available for a select few)
Rate of Pay: $9.00 per hour
September 9th - Jacksonville St
September 23rd - Pittsburgh
September 30th - North Carolina
October 21st - Wake Forest
November 11th - Virginia Tech
November 25th – Georgia
• Must be able to work ALL home football games as scheduled, including some nights and holidays.
• Past experience working in premium seating (preferred but not required)
• Must have a team-first, self-second attitude.
• Must be friendly & approachable.
• Must enjoy meeting and interacting with diverse groups of people.
• Must demonstrate exceptional skills in customer relations, communications and problem-solving
• Must demonstrate willingness to go above and beyond to ensure a world-class experience for our guests, but also an ability to implement and uphold the policies in place.
• Must be able to stand for long periods of time with limited breaks.
• Must attend pre-season orientation.
• Must attend pre-game meetings. Showing up late or not at all will warrant termination.
• Must wear khakis, close-toed shoes, and issued GTAH polo and name tag.
• Must conduct yourself in an appropriate, respectful and professional manner when communicating with GTAH Director & Intern, and other team members (via phone calls, GroupMe posts, e-mails, text messages, etc.)
• Must be willing to assist other team members with post-game duties.
• Must have reliable transportation.
• Floor Captain
• Club Attendant
• Suite Attendant
• Ticket Attendant
• Door Attendant
• Travel Consultant