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

Communications Assistant
May 13, 2019
August 2, 2019
Bethany Schuster
Position Summary
Provide communication assistance through email, the website (, and internal print collateral. Update forms, webpages, and content affected by seasonal and policy changes. Assist in communication for GTHR campaigns, which may include working with print vendors, editing design files, and writing copy for webpages.

Responsibilities and Duties
• Update forms through Adobe Acrobat
• Update the GTHR website (operated through Drupal 7 platform)
• Coordinate campaigns with print vendors and internal multidisciplinary teams
• Copyedit and proofread documents, presentations, and webpages
• Consistent use of the Institute style guide
• Other skills as need

Basic Qualifications and Skills Required
• Graphic design experience highly preferred
• Writing or web design experience
• High attention to detail
• Excellent grammar
• Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign

• Professionalism
• Confidentiality

Learning Outcomes
As a result of this position, the student employee will gain the following soft and hard skills and competencies:

• Web development through Drupal 7: the ability to create, edit and design webpages and web content
• Project coordination with print vendors: coordinate print deadlines and specifications; receipt and filing of invoices; and receipt of approvals
• Copyediting/proofreading: implement (requested and unrequested) copyedits for seasonal content, policy updates, cross-market emails, presentations, and proposals
• Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, and Illustrator design and editing: create, design, and edit graphics for web, print, and digital display platforms
• Ability to coordinate tasks through a multidisciplinary department and develop effective verbal and written communication
• Understand how to communicate on behalf of a technical client with care for legal and financial language
Georgia Tech Human Resources: 500 Tech Parkway
Student Football Manager
March 7, 2019
March 6, 2020
Tom Conner
Serve in the Equipment Room as a student assistant to help the staff with workout, practice and game preparations. Be available for practice and games during the season and spring football as well as off season workouts.
Must be flexible, energetic, love football and able to preform physical activities.
Need immediately. Normal time frame is August 1 through May 1.
Off Season - 12 hours per week; In Season 20 to 25 hours per week
Athletic Association. FB Eq. Room (located at the North end of the stadium)
Scholarship available in Fall 2019; ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 per semester
6 to 8
IT Support Intern
May 13, 2019
August 2, 2019
Daniel Layson
Georgia Tech Information Technology – Digital Business
We are looking for interns for this summer for our End User Support department!
Work can start after the spring semester has finished. We will work with you on when your training begins if you are offered a position.
There will be multiple training sessions and the implementation of your role in the workplace will be gradual.
You will be provided with resources to learn about ITSM/ITIL practices in general and at Georgia Tech.
You will gain Customer Support, IT Support and IT Process Analysis experience!
Only class requirement is that you are a part or full-time student this Spring semester. See job description for preferred qualifications.
Rate is $15/hr. We will prefer intern candidates who can work closest to 40hrs a week.
Email resumes and inquiries for the full Job Description to
40 hrs/wk
Coda Building, 756 West Peachtree Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30308
Intern/Student Assistant
Office Assistant
April 22, 2019
August 18, 2019
Ms. Joy Bryant
Customer Service (verbal communication)
Answering Telephone
Key inventory (audits)
Opening/Closing the office
Assisting Residents & Visitors
Working with other housing staff members
Must be a Georgia Tech student
Must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA
Must have good communication skills (verbal & written)
Must be able to interact with a diverse group of students
Must have some computer experience
Must be available to work during some lunch hours

Email me then I will send the application.
M-F 8am 8pm
West Community Housing Office-871 McMillan Street (Wst Campus-WCHO)
Physics Learning Assistant
August 19, 2019
November 29, 2019
Justin Boone
Physics Learning Assistants (LA) work in the Physics Help Desk helping students who are taking Physics I and II. This service is a drop-in program offered in collaboration with the School of Physics and the Center for Academic Success. Physics Learning Assistants are also eligible to serve as a 1-to-1 Tutor or PLUS Leader in addition to this role. All of our tutors participate in a training and certification program focused on developing practical and transferable skills for their future careers.
4~20 hours per week
Center for Academic Success - Clough 283
PLUS Leader - Center for Academic Success
August 19, 2019
November 29, 2019
Justin Boone
PLUS Leaders facilitate weekly review sessions for specific courses during which they encourage students to collaborate with their classmates to tackle problems and discuss the concepts covered during lecture. In the sessions, leaders foster discussion to enhance critical thinking, encourage students to use course resources, and demonstrate learning techniques to supplement lectures and assignments.

For more information and application, please see
7~10 hours per week
Center for Academic Success - Clough 283
Undergraduate Tutor - Center for Academic Success
August 20, 2019
November 29, 2019
Justin Boone
1-to-1 Tutors provide individual and small group tutoring sessions to currently enrolled Georgia Tech students. All of our tutors participate in a training and certification program focused on developing practical and transferable skills for their future careers.

For more information and application please see
7~10 hours per week
Center for Academic Success - Clough 283
Student Assistant - Center for Academic Success
August 19, 2019
November 29, 2019
Justin Boone
Student Assistants serve as the first point of contact for the office. Their duties entail answering the office phones, providing assistance to CAS professional staff, including front desk reception, tutoring desk reception, and tracking and recording attendance in the tutoring rooms.
For more information, please see .
5~20 hours per week
Center for Academic Success - Clough 283
JavaScript Developer
March 1, 2019
February 29, 2020
Dr. Martin Kistenmacher
The Georgia Water Resources Institute (GWRI) is interested to employee a Georgia Tech graduate student with JavaScript development experience. We are specifically interested in someone with the following qualifications:


Required Qualifications:
 Proficiency in Javascript, CSS, and HTML5 for web application UI development.
 Proficiency in AJAX to send and receive requests.
 Understanding of Relational Databases.

Desired Qualifications:
 Knowledge of back-end programming languages (C# preferred).
 Familiarity with JavaScript mapping controls (OpenLayers).
 Ability to use or learn a Javascript Framework (React, Vue, Angular)

Terms of Employment:

 Full or partial graduate assistantship to begin in March 2019.
 Candidates are sought from any Georgia Tech School.
 Stipend depending on qualifications but compatible with general Georgia Tech guidelines.
 Duration: 1 year with potential for renewal depending on performance.

Please submit your CV, including your experience in the above-referenced area and examples of relevant web development products, if any, to:

Dr. Martin Kistenmacher
Assistant Director, Georgia Water Resources Institute
With copy to:

Two 8-hour days and one 4-hour day per week. To be agreed upon with the GWRI Director and Assistant Director.
CEE Mason Building, Room 2201 (Georgia Water Resources Institute)
$2,250/per month.
Conference Assistant
May 6, 2019
August 9, 2019
Mari Gorda
For job descriptions, please go to:
Office of Conference Services