In addition to the Student Center, there are 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. The contact information for each position can be found in the job descriptions.

Please note that the positions listed below are NOT Student Center positions. Please click here for student jobs with Student and Campus Event Centers

Post a Job 
Submissions to the Campus Job Board can be made using the link below. Our team reviews submissions to the job board on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. Each position will remain on the Campus Job Board for two (2) weeks from the posting date. If you wish to post a job for a longer duration of time, you must resubmit your request to the job board. For questions, please email us.

Job Postings

Georgia Tech Foundation - Student Administrative Assistant
Chris Joseph
Spring, Summer, & Fall 2023 - 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 Spring, Summer, & Fall semesters to assist with miscellaneous administrative duties.

Must have Summer availability.

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 required).

10-20 hours per week
760 Spring Street NW, Suite #400, Atlanta, GA 30308
Summer Intern Program
Cynthia Moore
IPaT is seeking students to participate in our IPaT Summer internship program
for 2023. This is an opportunity for students looking to gain real-world
experience related to research, and community engagement.
The Summer Internship Program is a 12-week program (May 15th to August 4th).

All Georgia Tech undergraduate students are invited to apply.
Summer Interns will receive $6,000 for a full-time internship. Interns are paid bi-weekly.

Hours/Schedule: varies
Pay Rate: $6000 for the 10-weeks
Positions Available: Research Opportunity
various based on projects
TSRB room 125
$12.50 per hour totalling up to $6000 for the 10 weeks
6 positions
CRC Lifeguard
Laura Liz Bryan
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 75 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 $4/hr extra 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 Summer and Year-round lifeguards

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

• 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


• 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. We also accept valid Red Cross Lifeguarding certifications.

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

• $10/hr to start
• 10.50-$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 and holidays shifts.
• Additional $4/hr for 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

• Apply online and search class times at:

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

• We host open interviews every Tuesday at 5pm. Please drop in and interview with our staff

• 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 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.
Flexible: 5:30a-10:30p
Campus Recreation Center
Student Web Developer
Lacy Hodges
Job Summary
The Office of Undergraduate Education is looking for a student assistant to provide support to the Director of Undergraduate Analytics and Planning on website design and maintenance. The ideal candidate should be an excellent communicator who is adept with website content maintenance tasks, including administrative and design.

Job Responsibilities Include, but are not limited to:
• Configuring and maintaining Drupal and WordPress webpages.
• Working in Drupal and WordPress to manage content, create documentation, create articles and posts, and create and maintain pages.
• Working on blogs (create/add/update news and topics).
• Working on developing web applications.
• Meeting regularly with Director of Undergraduate Analytics & Planning
• Other duties related to the role as needed.

• Ability to write reusable and well documented code using best practices for web development.
• Experience working in Drupal and WordPress.
• Experience in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
• Ability to analyze user needs to implement web site content, graphics, performance, and capacity.
• Experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Must be able to work independently to complete projects in a timely manner.
• Strong problem-solving skills.
• Exceptional team player with strong time management and a willingness to learn new skills and ideas.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a strong work ethic, and enthusiasm.

• Graphic design, including creating and reconfiguring graphics for the website.
• Experience in Photoshop, including photo editing and retouching.
• Experience in Full Stack Development, Web Scraping, or UX design

To apply:
Email a copy of your resume, along with link to your portfolio/work sample to lacy.hodges@gatech.edu
10-20 hrs/week
A. French Building
BuzzCard Summer Student Assistant
Jennifer Rocke
• Card production & Online Photo Submission (OPS) Processing
• Walk-in Customer interaction (Students, F/S, Contractors and Vendors)
• Answer phones, answer BuzzCard related questions
• Assist in processing passport photos for walk-in customers
• Perform other related duties as assigned
** Must be able to work during Week of Welcome - August 15-20 (no exceptions)

BuzzCaard Center @ Tech Square
Innovator in Resident
Keisha Simmons
Innovators-in-Residence partner with teachers at metro Atlanta, K-12 schools to develop and implement quality Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics (STEAM) curriculum. Innovators will work to create student-centered projects, as well as support engaging STEAM-focused after-school programs. The Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) is seeking dynamic individuals for its 2023-2024 Innovators-in-Residence cohort.

Duration: June 1, 2023 to May 31, 2024
Job description and details:
For more information contact:
505 10th St NW, Atlanta GA 30332-0282
20 hours per week
Clayton County Public Schools, Atlanta Public Schools, and Gwinnett County Public Schools
$20 per hour
CEISMC Educational Research & Program Evaluation Internship
Katie Boice
CEISMC Educational Research & Program Evaluation Internship

Job Purpose:
Provide professional level support to CEISMC’s Educational Research & Evaluation Team in conducting and reporting results of educational research studies associated with program evaluation. Includes coordination and organization of research documents, collection of data through surveys and observations, coding of qualitative data, and basic level of statistical data analysis.

Impact & Influence:
This position will interact on a consistent basis with CEISMC’s Evaluation Team, research faculty, K-12 school personnel, and K-12 students.

Key Responsibilities:
Duties may include but are not limited to:
• Assisting with collecting research data through classroom observations, interviews, surveys, tests, etc.
• Compiling, organizing, and inputting research data in the form of K-12 student work, audio and videotaped interviews, surveys, and test results
• Assisting with conducting basic statistical analyses of quantitative research data
• Participating in preparation of reports, presentations, and manuscripts
• Assisting when needed with coordination and implementation of evaluation/data collection plans
• Performing other related duties as assigned

Education, Specialized Knowledge and Experience:
Degrees required for this job: Undergraduate degree or Graduate Student Status
Years of experience required for this job: Two years job-related experience

Specialized Skills:
Specialized skills required for this job:
• Highly organized with close attention to detail
• Working knowledge and experience with the principles and practices of social science research
• Experience with qualitative data collection and analysis
• Skill in data organization, management, and evaluation
• Understanding of basic statistics and experience with statistical analysis of data
• Basic Understanding of SPSS software
• Competence with Microsoft Excel

Specialized skills preferred:
• Experience working in a research lab or group, especially working with human subjects and/or behavioral research.

The position will be available during summer 2023 (starting June 1st, ending August 1st) and work will be in person on Georgia Tech’s Atlanta campus. This position is contingent upon funding. If you are interested in the position, please forward your resume and a cover letter to Katie Boice, katherine.boice@ceismc.gatech.edu.

**A background check is required for this position. The Georgia Institute of Technology is an equal opportunity employer.

You may be interacting with minors and must adhere to all regulatory compliance issues while working with CEISMC including but not limited to a criminal background check, appropriate pre-screening and training on working with minors.
Mon-Fri, business hours
505 10th Street NW
dependent upon experience
Georgia Tech Office of Undergraduate Admission Student Assistant
Ja'Kira Jackson
The Office of Undergraduate Admission is seeking several student assistants to work in the Communication Center and at our Front Desks.

In the Communication Center, students work together to answer incoming emails and phone calls to the Office of Undergraduate Admission. At the Front Desk, students direct guests to appropriate offices and event spaces, check-in guests for Admission Events, and answer questions. Students also assist with processing mail that’s delivered to our office.

Students typically work 5-10 hours per week, although more or less is also common. The maximum number of hours a student may work is 20 hours. Students are required to work at least 2 semesters in a calendar year, but do not have to be consecutive. Students may receive a pay raise based on performance or for each semester they continue working in the office.

The Office of Undergraduate Admission seeks to help students in their academic, professional, and personal success. The preferred qualifications for this job are your love for Georgia Tech and the ability to provide good customer service. If you meet the qualifications and you’re interested in applying, please submit your resume using the email listed above.

We hope you would consider working with us!
5 – 20 hours per week/ Mon.-Fri.
Office of Undergraduate Admission, Bill Moore Student Success Center
Work study and non-work study students
Network Services Part-Time Student Assistant
Jessica Shaffer
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 the following opportunity available for Summer 2023:

• 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:
• Web Development (PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
• Scripting (Python, Bash)
• Version Control (Git)
• Databases (PostgreSQL and MySQL)
• Systems Administration (Linux / Windows)
• Data Networking (Routers, switches, firewalls, wireless networks)

• These positions will work the Network Services team to support the campus backbone and wireless networks. Note: Applicant must be comfortable with being physically on campus to complete assigned tasks.
• Two of these positions will primarily focus on working with full-time Network Services team members to deploy data network hardware for the Access Layer Refresh project
• One of these positions will primarily focus on reviewing and updating wireless access point deployments within the Cisco DNA Center network management software
• Key Responsibilities:
• Work with team members to receive, prepare, transport, and install network electronics in campus buildings
• Support 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:
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, and network troubleshooting would be beneficial (but not required) for the position

Impact and Influence:
This position will interact on a consistent basis with OIT Network Services staff and occasionally with IT staff from other departments.

Work Authorization:
Due to regulatory and security requirements, we are only able to hire individuals classified as "United States persons". For more information, see item 3 "Who is considered a U.S. Person?" of the Oversight section of the nsa.gov FAQ: https://www.nsa.gov/about/faqs/sigint-faqs/#oversight3

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

Please fill out an application and upload your resume at https://forms.ns.gatech.edu/student-hiring-application.
20-40 hours per week max | M-F within 7am - 6pm time frame | flexible scheduling around other commitments
811 Marietta Street NW or 756 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30332 (Work-from-home approval depends on position responsibilities)
$17.00 - $19.00/hr
Accounting / Finance Assistant
School of Interactive Computing
The School of Interactive Computing is looking for students who can assist with the following:
* manage records and receipts
* reconcile daily, monthly, and yearly - foundation, state, and sponsor accounts
* prepare spend authorizations and expense requests
* update internal systems with financial data
* perform financial audits
* other general assistance as needed
Technology Research Building
$13 - $16
April 10, 2023