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

Student Caller
January 10, 2022
May 5, 2022
Alisia Moore
alisia.moore@alumni.gatech.edu
The Georgia Tech Roll Call Student Engagement Center is seeking to hire a group of responsible, enthusiastic students to serve as Student Callers for the 2021-2022 academic year. As an engagement center caller, you will play a key role in raising much-needed unrestricted funds for university facilities, programs, and scholarships. You will also help create, develop, and sustain the relationships between Georgia Tech and our dedicated alumni.

This position requires excellent communication skills, a strong and articulate speaking voice, the ability to think on your feet, and a genuine affinity for Tech. Working in the student engagement center is a great opportunity to improve your communication, fundraising, negotiating, and public relations skills for life after Tech.

We hope that you will be part of our team. Students will have the flexibility to shape their schedule from a variety of days and times.
Sunday-Thursday 6pm-9pm, plus Monday & Wednesday 2pm-5pm
L.W. “Chip” Robert Jr. Alumni/Faculty House
N/A
starting at $9.25/hour
Student Caller
Learning Design Assistant
June 15, 2022
November 30, 2022
Tatiana Rudchenko
tatianarudchenko@gatech.edu
Learning Design Assistant


The Scheller College at Georgia Tech is seeking a student assistant (learning design assistant) to help an instructor with multimedia design and producing videos with animations based on software Vyond for MGT 2255 Quantitate Analysis for Business and MGT 2250 Management Statistics courses.
Responsibilities of this position include:
• Assisting instruction in the development and design of course videos with both live recordings and animations based on software Vyond
• Assisting instruction of creating online video quizzes based on videos with animations
• Performing other related duties as needed.
Commitment:
This position will require 6-12 hours per week. Working hours are generally flexible. Regular meetings with the supervisor is required.

Qualifications:
Required :
• Current matriculated Georgia Tech student;
• Demonstrated proficiency in using video animation software such as Vyond;
• 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;
Desired:
• Student should be a Scheller student or took business courses and familiar with business statistics and quantitative analysis for business
• Student took MGT 2250 and MGT 2255 courses or have been taking in Fall term 2021
• Some web experience preferred

To apply, please send your resume to Tatiana Rudchenko, tatianarudchenko@gtech.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
flexible schedule
online
N/A
$12
1
Georgia Tech Student Administrative Assistant
November 20, 2021
December 31, 2021
Cailen Spratling
cailen.spratling@gtf.gatech.edu
Georgia Tech Foundation Student Administrative Assistant

Fall, Spring & Summer - Paid - Part-Time

The Georgia Tech Foundation is hiring a student administrative assistant for immediate hire to work 10 to 20 hours per week in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters to assist with miscellaneous administrative duties.

Email your resume, current class schedule/availability, and declared major with expected graduation year to gtstudent2021@gtf.gatech.edu to apply. Interviews will be scheduled based on availability (availability during mid-day/lunch hours is preferred).
10-20 hours
760 Spring Street NW, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30308
No
Varies between $10-$12
1-2
after school program student assistants
January 10, 2022
May 27, 2022
nichole morales
nichole.morales@ceismc.org
student assistanet will moniter student during snack
multible shift
-
4-6 pm
9
10
crc student positions
November 20, 2021
January 30, 2022
kelli rockwell
info@crc.gatech.edu
work where you play
part time
campous recreation center
no
9
10
CRC Student Positions
November 16, 2021
January 30, 2022
Kelli Rockwell
info@crc.gatech.edu
Work where you play! Join the CRC team to have a dynamic, team environment, flexible working hours and personal and professional development opportunities. Email applications will not be accepted. Must apply through this link: https://gatech.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7VxpCs6hU5s5LIW
Flexible/Dependent on your schedule. Expected 6+ hours/week.
Campus Recreation Center (CRC)
No
$9+ (Dependent on position)
Lifeguard, Facility Assistant, Member Services Assistant, Intramural Office, Special Operations Assistant and more!
After School Program Student Assistants
January 10, 2022
May 27, 2022
Barnes, Sirocus
sirocus.barnes@ceismc.gatech.edu
-Horizons at Georgia Tech is an educational program that
works with students in 1st grade up until 8th grade.
-Horizons after-school program student assistants will act as tutors and mentors for small groups of students.
-Student assistants will provide homework assistance and lead students through a fun STEAM activity.
-Student assistants will be provided with all supplies and lesson materials for STEAM activity.
-Student assistants will monitor students during snack and outside break.

Spring 2022 Schedule
Monday: 2:30-5:00pm
Wednesday: 2:45-5:00pm & 4:00-6:00pm
Thursday: 3:30-5:30pm

Applicants can apply by emailing a resume & requesting shifts to work to nichole.morales@ceismc.org.
See above/student may request to work multiple shifts
Atlanta, GA
Yes
$11+ depending on experience
10
Video Production Assistant
November 15, 2021
April 29, 2022
Marion Crowder
mcrowder@ece.gatech.edu
ECE is seeking a current student to assist with video recording and editing of lectures, seminars, panel discussions, interviews, etc., plus occasional event photography.

Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with setting up camcorders and microphones for recording lectures, for later editing. Some events will use a portable video switcher and recorder. Event photography and photo editing may be requested. Some projects will utilize DSLRs and location lighting.

Essential Qualifications: Punctuality, detail-oriented, interest in visual communication, creativity. Occasional light lifting of equipment (up to 40 lbs.) required, as well as ability to stand for periods of time. Business casual attire required when recording most public events.

Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with camcorders, microphones, DSLRs/Mirrorless cameras, lighting and grip equipment, Mac computers, video/photo editing software (Adobe Premiere/Photoshop), streaming software (Wirecast/OBS), computer screen capture software (Camtasia Studio), preferred but not essential. Willing to train. Drone video experience a plus.

To apply, send a résumé, cover letter, and samples/portfolio of work (if available) to mcrowder@ece.gatech.edu
M-F (business hours), 10 hours/week. Event times will vary. Flexibility to accommodate student schedule.
Van Leer (ECE) building
N/A
$11 - $15/hour
1
Facilitator for Zoom-Based Exercise Class for Older Adults with Mobility Disabilities
January 4, 2022
December 17, 2022
Elena Remillard
elena.remillard@design.gatech.edu
About the research study: This study is part of the TechSAge Center at Georgia Tech (www.TechSAgeRERC.org). The Tele Tai Chi study is a clinical trial where we are delivering an seated exercise program (Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis) via Zoom to small-group classes of older adults with mobility disabilities. The 8-week program features 1-hour online classes that convene twice weekly on Zoom. During each class, participants exercise along with a pre-recorded lesson and engage in guided social time before and after the lesson. Participants will be enrolled in small group cohorts (6-8 people in each cohort) in waves (4-5 cohorts/year). The study is exploring whether the Tele Tai Chi program could increase social interaction and positive health behaviors (i.e., physical exercise frequency) among older adults with long-term mobility disabilities.

Facilitator Responsibilities:
• Completing certification training for Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis (paid for by study)
• Participating in weekly research team meetings
• Leading the Tele Tai Chi classes as the facilitator, by talking the participants through each phase of the session (using a script). Tasks include:
Welcoming and introducing participants to the session; Moderating and guiding discussion during social time; Transitioning participants between social periods and exercise; Attending to any questions from the participants during the session (e.g., exercise modifications)
• Assisting with other study support tasks (if additional hours desired): conducting phone screenings for potentially eligible participants; leading 1:1 zoom orientations with participants in advance of program; administering pre and post study assessments

Timeline: January - December 2022; + additional semester, if available

Compensation/Time Commitment: $15/hour (5-10 hours/week) *depending on availability/interest in supporting additional project tasks

Location: Flexible. Office space with computers & monitors available at the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation at Georgia Tech (512 Means Street NW, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30318). Position can also be remote (work from home), provided computer and strong internet is available.

Requirements:
• Outgoing, conversational person able to lead discussion
• Familiarity with Zoom video conferencing
• Willingness to learn tai chi and provide instructional support to class participants.
• *No experience leading tai chi classes is required and training will be provided for all tasks.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience working with older adults and/or people with mobility disabilities; experience leading exercise classes

How to apply: Interested individuals should sent their resume to: elena.remillard@design.gatech.edu

Elena Remillard, M.S.
Research Scientist II
Project Coordinator, TechSAge RERC
Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation
Georgia Institute of Technology
404.385.2564
www.TechSAgeRERC.org
www.cidi.gatech.edu
5-10 hours/week (depending on availability/interest in supporting additional project tasks; class times TBD.
Flexible; Can work remotely on personal computer or onsite at CIDI offices
Not required
$15/hour
1
TechSAge Communications & Social Media Internship
January 4, 2022
December 17, 2022
Elena Remillard
elena.remillard@design.gatech.edu
The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Technologies to Support Aging-in-Place for People with Long-Term Disabilities (RERC TechSAge; https://techsage.gatech.edu) is seeking a creative collegiate intern to help us expand our center’s outreach through social media and our website. The intern would work directly with the TechSAge Project Coordinator to increase our online presence and increase national and international awareness of the TechSAge center to relevant audiences including researchers, students, industry, clinicians, and people with disabilities.

Responsibilities:
• Social Media: Managing presence on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn through regular posting; developing original content that highlights Center activities, staff, and outputs as well as curated content, including external articles, resources, and media on relevant subject matter; following and interacting with relevant organizations and individuals on a local and national level.
• Website: Assisting with content updates and feature stories to keep website information current and dynamic
• Newsletter: Leading efforts to develop content for our annual summer newsletter

Requirements:
• Creative individual with strong writing and communication skills
• Working knowledge of social media platforms (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) and best practices
• Ability to work independently with good time management skills

Preferred Qualifications:
• Prior experience managing social media for an organization
• Experience using design platforms (e.g., Canva, Illustrator, Photoshop)
• Familiarity with web design

Location: Position is primarily remote (work from home on personal computer) with bi-weekly in-person meetings on campus. Office space with computers & monitors available at the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation at Georgia Tech (512 Means Street NW, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30318).

To apply for this position, please email resume to TechSAge Project Coordinator:
Elena Remillard, M.S.
Elena.remillard@design.gatech.edu
Office: 404-385-2564
~15 hours/week; flexible schedule
Position is primarily remote (work from home on personal computer) with bi-weekly in-person meetings on campus.
Not required
$10-$12/hour
1
Research Associate / Modeler
December 1, 2021
November 30, 2022
Ana Quiroga
ana.quiroga@gatech.edu
Are you a motivated modeler with entrepreneurial interest? Do you want to help us to beat leukemia developing an advanced personalized medicine tool? Are you excited about being on the ground-floor of a startup spinout of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University? Join us! We are hiring!

SANICKA Inc, is a startup that builds mathematical models for biopharma, clean meat, cell therapies and healthcare industries, and we are inviting professionals to join our team working on a Georgia Research Alliance and Biolocity funded program entitled "πCIT (πChemo-Immuno Therapy) Clinical Decision Support Tool for Personalized Leukemia Treatment Selection". The program will be carried out in the Biomedical Systems Engineering Laboratory (BSEL) in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University.

Description of position: Atlanta, Georgia / Full-Time / Onsite.

Responsible for the adaptation and validation of πCIT algorithm to cover the pediatric population by accounting for significant differences between children and adult’s physiology, metabolism, AML features and available therapies. The candidate should have a Chemical or Biomedical Engineering, biocomputing science or mathematics degree. Experience in modeling of biomedical systems, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) modeling, model analysis techniques, model-based optimization and use of modeling software (such as gPROMS / MATLAB) are essential.
Full-time
EBB
No
Research associate
1
Postdoctoral Fellow / Modeler
December 1, 2021
November 30, 2021
Ana Quiroga
ana.quiroga@gatech.edu
Are you a motivated modeler with entrepreneurial interest? Do you want to help us to beat leukemia developing an advanced personalized medicine tool? Are you excited about being on the ground-floor of a startup spinout of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University? Join us! We are hiring!

SANICKA Inc, is a startup that builds mathematical models for biopharma, clean meat, cell therapies and healthcare industries, and we are inviting professionals to join our team working on a Georgia Research Alliance and Biolocity funded program entitled "πCIT (πChemo-Immuno Therapy) Clinical Decision Support Tool for Personalized Leukemia Treatment Selection". The program will be carried out in the Biomedical Systems Engineering Laboratory (BSEL) in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University.

Description of position: Atlanta, Georgia / Full-Time / Onsite.

In charge of the translation, adaptation, improvement and validation of a proprietary mathematical model written in gPROMS, a SIEMENS programming language for simulation, optimization and parameter estimation, into Python. The candidates should have a Chemical or Biomedical Engineering, Biocomputing Science or Mathematics degree, be educated at PhD level. Experience on modeling of biomedical systems, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) modeling, model analysis techniques, use of modeling software (such as gPROMS / MATLAB) and development of algorithms and applications using Python are essential.
40h/week
EBB
No
Postdoctoral Fellow
1
Research Associate / Developer
December 1, 2021
November 30, 2022
Ana Quiroga
ana.quiroga@gatech.edu
Are you a motivated developer with entrepreneurial interest? Do you want to help us to beat leukemia developing an advanced personalized medicine tool? Are you excited about being on the ground-floor of a startup spinout of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University? Join us! We are hiring!

SANICKA Inc, is a startup that builds mathematical models for biopharma, clean meat, cell therapies and healthcare industries, and we are inviting professionals to join our team working on a Georgia Research Alliance and Biolocity funded program entitled "πCIT (πChemo-Immuno Therapy) Clinical Decision Support Tool for Personalized Leukemia Treatment Selection". The program will be carried out in the Biomedical Systems Engineering Laboratory (BSEL) in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University.

Description of position: Atlanta, Georgia / Full-Time / Onsite.

Leading the implementation of the architecture to support πCIT services and provide access to a web-based “Clinician Portal” to securely upload clinical patient data, perform simulations, and access visualizations of πCIT simulation and optimization results. The operation of the web-based Clinician Portal (Front-End) and Python algorithm (Back-End) should be implemented using Amazon Web Services (AWS). The successful candidate should have a STEM degree with experience on web-based platform development, apps development, Python, Django and AWS, which is essential.
Full-time
EBB
No
Research associate
1
Student Web Developer - Spring 2022 - OIT (Remote)
January 11, 2022
May 1, 2022
David Lacy
david.lacy@gatech.edu
Student Web Developer - Summer 2022 (Remote)

Job Description

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at Georgia Tech is seeking a current student to join our Digital Business team in a web developer role for Spring 2022. The student will develop and maintain new and current Georgia Tech, public-facing websites. We are looking for motivated individuals with initiative and drive to further the institute’s mission and values.

Responsibilities:

Students will manage their assigned portfolio of websites and support client requests

Convert designs to structured web pages

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 in web technologies


Required Qualifications:

Must possess a minimum of 1+ year of experience HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP


Preferred Qualifications:
Experience building websites in Drupal, WordPress or other CMS/publishing platform
Project management and team collaboration, as well as the ability to work independently
Receptive to critical feedback from clients
Strong desire to learn new skills
Strong troubleshooting skills


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. Able to have critical verbal and written communication with our clients (sharp business acumen)

Start Date: Jan 10th, 2022

Remote Position:

Students may work remotely and are not required to come into the OIT office; however, they may do so if they chose. Students are NOT allowed to work while outside of the United States.

20 hours/week, M-F 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Remote
N/A
$16-20/per hour
3
Part-time graduate assistant
November 30, 2021
May 31, 2022
Dr. Kate Williams
kate.williams@gatech.edu
The Center for Teaching and Learning seeks a part-time graduate student to validate a survey instrument on inclusive lab/research culture.

Because the research lab/team is integral to the graduate student experience, the culture of the research team is positioned to have a major impact on graduate student outcomes as well as research productivity. Inclusive environments are created when community members feel a sense of belonging and can bring their authentic selves to the organization. A faculty group created a survey to help lab leaders receive feedback about their lab culture. This survey needs to be validated before it can be launched.

Seeking a graduate student with survey design and testing expertise for approximately 10 hours per week through the remainder of academic year 2021-2022.

Tasks will be:
• Fall and Winter 2021 – learn about the activities undertaken thus far in the development of the lab culture survey, conduct a literature review, interview subject matter experts on lab culture, collect data.
• Spring 2021 – perform data analysis and draft validation report; communicate with campus stakeholders for future implementation of lab culture survey.

Graduate students already funded on a 20-hour per week assistantship are NOT eligible.
about 10 hours per week
Center for Teaching and Learning, Clough Commons
No
$25/hour
one
after school program student assistants
January 10, 2022
May 27, 2022
nichole morales
nichole.morales@ceismc.org
student assistanet will monioter student during snack and out side break

student assistants will provide with all supplies
multible shift
atlnta .ga
4-6 pm
9
10
Student Application Support or Development (Remote)
November 15, 2021
June 30, 2022
Mike Sewell
mike.sewell@pe.gatech.edu
The Georgia Tech Professional Education department is seeking a student application support analyst or applications programmer who can start immediately.  We are willing to provide training to the right candidate who possesses a base knowledge and transferable skills.

The ideal candidate will be structured, a self-starter, detail-oriented, quality-focused, process-focused, security-focused, and enjoy working with complex systems.

Those who work with us are exposed to valuable career-building technologies and processes; like ITIL/Service Management, DevOps, Agile SDLC, Project Management, Business/Systems Analysis, etc.

Duties may include:

- Assist our 2 full-time application support analysts and 1 developer as we enhance and resolve issues for a suite of applications used by Staff
Create SharePoint PowerApp forms to collect and display data within our Intranet
- Develop scripts to automate the testing of webforms and website functionality
- QA and Testing assistance for feature developments within the GTPE Salesforce instance, the GTPE website, and more
- Enhance the look and feel of our applications suite and documentation
- Develop scripts to aggregate system health and metrics
- Performing research assignments and maintenance activities, like completing/migrating documentation inside our knowledge base is part of the job.

Preferred Requirements:

- Experience with MS Office365 platform and automation tools
- Experience with Javascript, HTML, CSS (in order of importance)
- Experience working with web applications
- Experience with graphics toolsets (for communicating visually)
20/week during classes (40 during break periods)
Remote (Global Learning Center - GLC)
n/a
$14 to $15/hour
1
Network Services Co-Op Student or Part-Time Student Assistant
January 10, 2022
May 14, 2022
Jessica Shaffer
network-jobs@oit.gatech.edu
As an integral part of the Network Engineering division within Georgia Tech's Office of Information Technology, the Network Services team provides engineering and technical support of network electronics hardware and software in a multi-tiered, distributed network environment. Within the Network Services team, the backbone team supports over 2,500 switches across 200+ buildings to provide more than 200,000 wired data network ports, the wireless team supports approximately 7,000 wireless access points across the Georgia Tech campus to provide wireless connectivity for about 35,000 client devices, the firewall team supports over 1,000 firewalls enforcing 120,000+ network security rules, and the development team creates and maintains tools to enhance the customer experience and make all of the above more manageable and efficient.

The Network Services team has multiple opportunities available for students to contribute to. These opportunities are detailed below.

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CO-OP STUDENT (1 position available)
• This position will work with the Network Services development team to develop tools to enhance network deployment, monitoring, and maintenance, and the campus customer experience. Note: There may be some tasks that could benefit from being physically on campus, but this position is expected to be able to complete most (if not all) assigned tasks remotely.
• 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 to support campus network equipment and infrastructure
• Example Projects:
• REST API development with Laravel
• Self-service web portal frontend development with VueJS
• Automation with Python interacting with APIs, databases, and network devices
• CI/CD pipeline development with Jenkins and/or GitHub Actions
• Preferred skills/experience:
• An ideal candidate will have some level of experience with at least three of the following items:
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with cloud computing platforms (such as AWS and Azure) would be beneficial (but not required) for this position

NETWORK SUPPORT STUDENT ASSISTANT (1 position available)
• This position will work with full-time Network Services team members to support Georgia Tech’s data center networks. Note: Applicant must be comfortable with being physically on campus to complete assigned tasks.
• Key Responsibilities:
• Install and support network electronics in data centers
• Provide network support for campus data centers
• Utilize network management, monitoring, and documentation tools
• Assist full-time network support engineers on other tasks as assigned
• Preferred skills/experience:
• Experience with TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, and network troubleshooting
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with cloud computing platforms (such as AWS and Azure) would be beneficial (but not required) for this position

DOCUMENTATION STUDENT ASSISTANT (1 position available)
• This position will work with full-time Network Services team members to review, organize, and update existing documentation, as well as create new documentation on internal Network Services team policies, procedures, and knowledge. Note: There may be some tasks that benefit from being physically on campus, but this position is expected to be able to complete most (if not all) assigned tasks remotely.
• Key Responsibilities:
• Review existing documentation to ensure information is up to date and determine opportunities for improvement in categorization, visibility, and structure
• Work with team members to create priority documentation
• Preferred skills/experience:
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with creating diagrams – especially network topology diagrams – would be beneficial (but not required) for the position
• Foundational technical knowledge in one or more of the following topics would be beneficial (but not required) for the position:
• Computer support
• Unix service management
• Network hardware and software
• Data networking

ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS
Impact and Influence:
These positions will interact on a consistent basis with OIT Network Services and OIT staff from other departments.

Work Authorization:
US Citizenship required

Other Requirements:
You must be a currently-enrolled undergraduate student at the Georgia Tech-Atlanta campus to qualify for these positions.

TO APPLY
For all positions, please fill out an application and upload your resume at https://forms.ns.gatech.edu/student-hiring-application. For the Software Development Co-Op Student position, please be sure to apply via the job posting (ID 180368) on CareerBuzz as well.
Co-op 40hr/wk max | Part-time 20hr/wk max | M-F within 7am - 5pm time frame | flexible scheduling around other commitments
Coda Building - 756 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30332 (Work-from-home approval depends on position responsibilities)
No
$13.50-16.00/hr
3
After School Program Student Assistants
January 10, 2022
May 27, 2022
Barnes, Sirocus
sirocus.barnes@ceismc.gatech.edu
-Horizons at Georgia Tech is an educational program that
works with students in 1st grade up until 8th grade.
-Horizons after school program student assistants will act as tutor and mentors for small groups of students.
-Student assistants will provide homework assistance and lead students through a fun STEAM activity.
-Student assistants will be provided with all supplies and lesson materials for STEAM activity.
-Student assistants will monitor students during snack and outside break.

Spring 2022 Schedule
Monday: 2:30-5:00pm
Wednesday: 2:45-5:00pm & 4:00-6:00pm
Thursday: 3:30-5:30pm

Applicants can apply by emailing a resume & request shifts to work to nichole.morales@ceismc.org.
See above/student may request to work multiple shifts
Atlanta, GA
Yes
$11+ depending on experience
10
CRC Aquatics Lifeguard
October 20, 2021
October 19, 2023
Tahlia Pate
tpate9@gatech.edu
The Campus Recreation Center is seeking students to train and serve as lifeguards for the McAuley Aquatic Center and Crawford pools. The Georgia Tech Aquatics 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. 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 $2/hr for 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/Spring and Year-round lifeguards

NUMBER OF OPENINGS 15

FULL-TIME/PART-TIME Part-time, max hours per week 20

RESPONSIBILITIES
• 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

REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS

• 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

POSITION PAY
• $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 shift.
• Additional $2/hr for swim meet 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:
https://crc.gatech.edu/aquatics/certifications/lifeguard

• Email your interest to apply and/or resume to: tpate9@gatech.edu

• 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.


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Flexible: Mornings, Afternoons, Evenings, Weekends
Campus Rec Center
No
$9-$13
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Learning Communities/Housing and Residence Life Graphic Designer
January 10, 2022
May 30, 2022
Kari White
kari.white@gatech.edu
Learning Communities and Housing and Residence Life is looking for a Graphic Designer Assistant for the Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 semesters. The position will start in January 2022. (Start date is negotiable and position could start as early as November 2021.) Pay rate is $12/hour for 15-20 hours per week.

Essential Functions: 
The Graphic Designer is responsible for conceptualization and design of graphic applications such as collateral material, presentations, banner design, website imagery, and social network campaigns. In addition, he/she will work on special video productions (such as in-house promos), and animated graphics, as well as strategic initiatives defined by our team.


Duties and Responsibilities: 
• Creating graphics for our presentations, website, and social media platforms

• Assist with creative marketing efforts for our in-house video productions

• Creating simple animations and graphics for video productions 

• Creating GIFS

• Create dynamic graphic and video content


Essential Qualifications: 
• Current Georgia Tech student
• Experience using Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and MS Power Point
• Strong written, oral, and visual communication skills
• Ability to work independently and on deadline
• Ability to collaborate with ideas on projects

Preferred Qualifications: 
• Experience using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects

• Advanced photography and video skills

Application Instructions: 

To apply, send work samples (social media graphics, drawings, artwork, animations, and/or original graphics), your resume, and cover letter to Kari White at kari.white@gatech.edu. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Position will be open until filled.
15-20 per week
Clough
No
$12 per hour
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SCP ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM STUDENT SUPPORT
October 14, 2021
June 30, 2022
Griessman, Gloria
gloria.griessman@oic.gatech.edu
We are looking for a motivated student to help us build the SCP Engagement program with industry and Community Partners. The candidate will interface with top academics and cybersecurity and privacy thought leaders and help automate and streamline the program. The candidate will be highly organized and a self-starter with excellent communication skills.

The specific responsibilities include:
1. Act as SCP’s representative with potential and current supporters about engagement programs
2. Update sales funnel about activities
3. Provide support for Internship Program, including posting new opportunities, engaging with students, and hiring companies
4. Research and help prioritize companies and organizations based on agreed-upon criteria
5. Research peer university programs
6. Support student entrepreneurial program, including
7. Coordinate with SCP team about programs details

Requirements:
· possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
· ability to manage automation tools
· operate as a team player and management skills
· prioritize and manage multiple tasks
· passionate about cybersecurity and privacy

We’re looking for someone to take the ball and run with the program coordination, starting immediately. Candidate will gain business skills, make excellent academic and industry contacts, and contribute to one of SCP’s marquee programs. Apply today.
Up to 20 hours a week.
CODA Building (756 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308 – 9th Floor)
N/A
$10-$15/hour
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