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INSTITUTE POSITION POSTINGS

Off-Campus Employers | Please visit the CareerBuzz webpage to post your opening.
 
Campus Department Supervisors | To post open positions please submit our Information-Desk-Non-Workstudy-Job-Board-Submission form. 

 
Attention Students |  DO NOT submit the above form if you are looking for a job. Please contact the supervisors below for on-campus jobs or visit CareerBuzz to upload your resume and apply for off-campus jobs, internships, and information sessions.

 
The purpose of the Job Board is to make finding a job easier for YOU. We know that not everyone qualifies for federal workstudy (FWS) so we've tried to compile those jobs on campus which are available and are accepting non-workstudy applications. For FWS positions, please go to the FWS Jobs page​. ​

 
These positions 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. These are NOT Student Center positions. For open Student Center positions please visit our job Student Center Jobs Board
 
Positions are sorted by Post Date (most recent first) and then Alphabetically.​
Title New Employee Experience Assistant 
Attachments
Start Date1/30/2017
End Date2/22/2017
Contact NameLaTrese Ferguson 
Hours
Job Description

​The New Employee Experience (NEE) Assistant will coordinate, schedule, and manage all logistics associated with the New Employee Experience which includes four sessions: (1) Welcome to Tech, (2) Leaders Panel, (3) PARTNER Method, and (4) Seizing Your Career. This incubent will serve as the point of contact for: scheduling, participant questions, and other communication assistance needed to ensure the successful execution of the entire New Employee Experience. The NEE Assistant will deliver service excellence to NEE participants, Workplace Learning & Professional Development, and the Georgia Tech community at large. 

* Foster relationships with New Employee Experience campus partners 

 * Inform and communicate session logistics to registered participants and their managers to ensure attendance 

* Creatively select catered meals to enhance Welcome to Tech and Leaders Panel experience

* Problem solve logistic challenges (when they arise) and proactively brainstorm strategies to streamline NEE processes 

* Possess ease in providing direct communication and feedback


* Enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals at varies levels of the Institute 


* Exhibit comfort in unforeseen situations and the ability to think quick and find solutions

* Organization and time management skills are critical  

* Create productive working relationships   

* Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite with the ability to provide professional written communication  

* NEE session logistics will be planned, scheduled, coordinated, and confirmed in a timely manner

* Ongoing communication with WLPD team regarding NEE successes, challenges, and opportunities

* Engaged in the success of the New Employee Experience 


Location
WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$8.50 per hour
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresslatrese.ferguson@ohr.gatech.edu
 
TitleStudent Assistant II
Attachments
Start Date
End Date2/28/2017
Contact NameAnnette Clifford
Hours

​9:30 to 12:30

Job Description

​Provide office support to the staff of College of Computing Outreach Programs to include but not limited to: event preparation, documents, software updates, filing, and calendars.

Responsibilities:
•       Create documents for events, workshops and summer camps:
o       Sign-in sheets
o       Wireless labels
o       Survey codes
o       Signs (large and small)
o       Nametags
•       Print flyers, reset forms, and other documents needed to maintain supplies
•       Updates to calendars, files and filing systems
•       Update laptop software (training provided)
•       Check/In and Check/Out equipment and Inventory
•       Maintain an orderly and clean equipment room

Skills and Experience:
•       Microsoft Office Suite to include: Word, Excel, Publisher, and Power Point (Intermediate level)

*Should be available for full time summer employment.

Location

​College of Computing

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate10
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressacliffor@cc.gatech.edu
 
TitleGTAA Athletic Tutor
Attachments
Start Date
End Date2/13/2017
Contact NameMichael Woo
Hours

Tuesday/Thursday 8:00am; Tuesday 11:00am

Job Description

We are looking for a student who can tutor MGT 2200 for a student-athlete. This is a paid position. In order to qualify, you must have taken this course previously and passed with a 'B' or better.

Location

Edge Athletic Building

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$10-$12/hour
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressmwoo@athletics.gatech.edu
 
TitleTechnical Support Assistant
Attachments
Start Date2/6/2017
End Date3/15/2017
Contact NameLaynea Allen
Hours

​10-20

Job Description

This position will be testing and troubleshooting software, files, and applications used in Project 31, a research initiative of the Center for Accessible Materials Innovation, a federally funded grant operated by AMAC Accessibility at Georgia Tech. Assignments will be both scheduled, as in testing software updates before they are provided to users, and on demand, as in troubleshooting issues identified by users. The work schedule and assignments will be managed by the CAMI Technical Support Manager.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
*Knowledge of Windows and Mac operating systems and software installation procedures.
*Knowledge of file formats including PDF, HTML, Microsoft Word, EPUB, and DAISY.
*Knowledge of software testing and troubleshooting practices.
*Completion with passing grade of CITI Human Subjects Basic Course (see http://www.researchintegrity.gatech.edu/about-irb/irb-required-training )
*Detail oriented, good problem solving skills, highly organized.
*Excellent communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:
*Knowledge of Mac iOS and/or Android mobile operating systems.
*Knowledge of assistive technology software, such as screen readers.
*Knowledge of relevant accessibility and publishing standards.

How to Apply: PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER ALONG WITH YOUR RESUME IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION. Submit to the following email address: jobs@amac.gatech.edu with Technical Support Assistant in the subject line.

Location

512 Means Street, AMAC Accessibility

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate12.00
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressjobs@amac.gatech.edu
 
TitleStudent Programmer
Attachments
Start Date2/6/2017
End Date3/15/2017
Contact NameLaynea Allen
Hours

​10-20

Job Description

This position will support the StARR Unit Programs Manager by:
*Completing assigned support calls supporting existing application
*Working with customers to solve application problems
*Recommend, test, and implement application improvements
*Provide basic application training
*Assist in and/or help to create training videos
*Assist in creating training documentation for all unit applications
*Create and implement application/web-page/wiki improvements and updates
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications
*Currently pursuing (active enrollment) of a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent technology degree
*Excellent understanding and ability to support web-based applications.
*Ability to assist customers in implementing new applications.
*Experience using and supporting database applications.
*Experience supporting customers via telephone to solve specific issues.
*Excellent written and oral communication and organizational skills.
*Ability to follow directions, prioritize tasks, and complete work on schedule.
*Self-starter

Preferred Qualifications
*Knowledge of HTML/XML/PHP/MySQL/Wikis
*Experience working with Quickbase
*Knowledge of basic web design
*Willingness to learn web accessibility

30-45 minute Skills Test to be administered immediately after the interview. (subjects of test: basic coding and PHP knowledge)

How to Apply:   PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER ALONG WITH YOUR RESUME IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION. Submit to the following email address: jobs@amac.gatech.edu with Student Programmer in the subject line.

Location

512 Means Street, AMAC Accessibility

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate12.00
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressjobs@amac.gatech.edu
 
TitleStudent Programmer
Attachments
Start Date3/14/2017
End Date3/6/2017
Contact NameLaynea Allen
Hours

​10-20 hours

Job Description

This position will support the StARR Unit Programs Manager by:
*Completing assigned support calls supporting existing application
*Working with customers to solve application problems
*Recommend, test, and implement application improvements
*Provide basic application training
*Assist in and/or help to create training videos
*Assist in creating training documentation for all unit applications
*Create and implement application/web-page/wiki improvements and updates
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications
*Currently pursuing (active enrollment) of a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent technology degree
*Excellent understanding and ability to support web-based applications.
*Ability to assist customers in implementing new applications.
*Experience using and supporting database applications.
*Experience supporting customers via telephone to solve specific issues.
*Excellent written and oral communication and organizational skills.
*Ability to follow directions, prioritize tasks, and complete work on schedule.
*Self-starter

Preferred Qualifications
*Knowledge of HTML/XML/PHP/MySQL/Wikis
*Experience working with Quickbase
*Knowledge of basic web design
*Willingness to learn web accessibility

30-45 minute Skills Test to be administered immediately after the interview. (subjects of test: basic coding and PHP knowledge)

Location

512 Means Street, AMAC Accessibility

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate12.00
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressjobs@amac.gatech.edu
 
TitlePhonathon Caller
Attachments
Start Date2/14/2017
End Date3/15/2017
Contact NameRon Davis
Hours

6-15 per week

Job Description

The Annual Roll Call Phonathon program is seeking to hire a group of responsible and enthusiastic students to serve as Student Callers. Each year our objective is to build and strengthen the relationship between the institution and the multitude of alumni, parents, and donors that we contact. Our student callers solicit contributions while updating demographic information and discussing the importance of supporting GA Tech financially in addition to sharing the latest school related news and events.

This position requires excellent communication skills, a problem-solving mentality, the ability to think on your feet, 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 solicit 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.

Flexible Scheduling:
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 prior to the start of each month.

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.

Expectations:
•       Establish an open and engaging line of communication creating a positive impression of GA Tech.
•       Uphold Phonathon employment and confidentiality agreements.
•       Display comfort in soliciting gifts from alumni and donors.
•       Make a clear, strong case for financial support during every call in an effort to increase both giving and participation. Be pleasant yet persistent in securing pledges and negotiating gift amounts.
•       Always remain positive and professional. Handle objections and difficult conversations tactfully with courtesy and sensitivity.
•       Commit to a minimum of 6 hours or 9 hours (2-3 shifts) per week.
•       Develop 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.
•       Arrive to work on time and with a positive attitude.
•       Manage school work load and job hours.
•       Speak clear and fluent English.
•       Have a good time!

Location

Alumni House

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate8.00
Positions3
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressron.davis@alumni.gatech.edu
 
TitleTutor or PLUS Leader
Attachments
Start Date2/23/2017
End Date3/15/2017
Contact NameJustin Boone
Hours

8-10 hours per week

Job Description

The Center for Academic Success supports over 100 courses through 1-to-1 Tutoring and PLUS sessions.  All tutors are trained to become CRLA certified. 

All prospective Tutors and PLUS Leaders must:
- Maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Earned an A from GT in each course you wish to support
- Have a faculty reference

In addition, 1-to-1 Tutors must be available to tutor at least seven hours per week, and eligible to support a minimum of five courses. 

PLUS Leaders must be able to attend lectures for the course that they support.

Location

Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, Suite 283

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate
Positions30
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressjustin.boone@gatech.edu
 
TitleWeb Developer
Attachments
Start Date2/23/2017
End Date3/22/2017
Contact NameSonia Chernova
Hours

​40 hours

Job Description

This position is for a short-term (3-4 weeks) web developer position for updating a campus research lab website.  Responsibilities will consist of collecting text and video information on research projects, generating web sites for each project, and setting up a bibliography archive associated with each project.

Location
WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresschernova@gatech.edu
 
TitleTalent Acquisition Assistant
Attachments
Start Date2/28/2017
End Date3/31/2017
Contact NameCharvette Webb
Hours
Job Description

​Provide administrative assistance to the Talent Acquisition team. Primarily supporting the background verification process, this position will work with sensitive and confidential records. Violation of the confidentiality agreement will result in termination.

* Entering confidential data into a 3rd party vendor website
 * Reviewing candidate background documents for clarity and completion
* Reviewing request for background screenings
* Follow up on incomplete requests
* Copying and filing documents
 * Ad hoc reports
* Ability to maintain confidentiality
* Second year or more
* Currently enrolled in a USG institution
* Attention to detail
* Excellent verbal and written skills
* Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
* Maintain confidentiality
* Professionalism
Location

​500 Tech Parkway

WorkstudyRequired
Pay Rate$8.50
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresscharvette.webb@ohr.gatech.edu
 
TitleTalent Acquisition Assistant
Attachments
Start Date2/28/2017
End Date3/31/2017
Contact NameCharvette Webb
Hours
Job Description

​Provide administrative and application processing assistance to the Talent Acquisition team. Primarily supporting the Tech Temp process, this position involves the handling of classified or confidential records.

* Create job postings in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS)

 * Review candidate resumes in ATS determine qualifications

* Review Tech Temp requests for accuracy and completion

* Conduct follow up on incomplete requests

* Copying and filing documents

* Develop reports and analyze data

* Second year or more
 * Currently enrolled in a USG institution
* Attention to detail
 * Excellent verbal and written skills
 * Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
* Maintain confidentiality
 * Professionalism
* Ability to coordinate tasks in a complex, multidisciplinary department
* Strong verbal and written communication skill
 * Understanding of the Institute recruitment and hiring process
 
 
Location

​500 Tech Parkway

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresscharvette.webb@ohr.gatech.edu
 
TitleOffice Assistant
Attachments
Start Date3/2/2017
End Date3/31/2017
Contact NameJoy Bryant
Hours

​8-8

Job Description

Customer Service (verbal communication)
 Answering Telephone
Typing/Filing/Paperwork
Key inventory (audits, packing)

 Opening/Closing the office
Assisting Residents & Visitors

Working with other housing staff members
Must be able to work weekends - 

Location

West Campus-Housing Office

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$7.50
Positions5
Supervisor
Contact Email AddressJoy.bryant@housing.gatech.edu
 
TitleStudent Communications Assistant
Attachments
Start Date3/1/2017
End Date3/31/2017
Contact NameKimberly Stanley Jones
Hours

Flexible

Job Description

Provide communication assistance to the School of Mathematics in the form of content authoring, editing, curation, and distribution.   This includes expanding rough outlines into finished content, identifying suitable accompanying multimedia, and publishing items in established content management systems as well as on social media platforms such as Facebook.  Public byline credit as appropriate. The position may include handling of pre-publication and embargoed material.

•       Basic web content authoring skills such as creating hyperlinks, embedding images, and specifying text styles are required.

•       Familiarity with the Math research community, content management in Drupal or WordPress, graphic design experience, and/or the Georgia Tech or Associated Press Style Guide is a plus. 

•       Native-like fluency in English is mandatory.

•       Work may be done remotely, but the individual must be responsive, responsible, and trustworthy.

Location

Skiles Building

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$10 - $12/hr
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresskimberly.jones@math.gatech.edu
 
TitleResearch Assistant (Industrial/Organizational Psychology)
Attachments
Start Date3/13/2017
End Date4/25/2017
Contact NameAnat Fintzi
Hours

10-20/week

Job Description

The Georgia Tech PARK Lab (formerly Knowledge and Skill Lab) is seeking research assistants for Spring 2017 and beyond.

Two projects are anticipated to start soon:

The first project is devoted to developing a selection battery for Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) pilots, and a set of classification tools to maximize person-job fit for this job. This project involves development and refinement of assessments of abilities, and non-ability traits (e.g., personality, motivation, interests, self-concept, background experiences); pilot testing and in-lab criterion-based validity assessment, which includes a study in which participants use a UAS simulator.

The second project is an attempt to 'triangulate' individual levels of ability, task performance, self-reports of effort and fatigue, and physiological indicators of cognitive and affective reactions to task demands. Studies being conducted for this project focus on performance under different cognitive and motivational demands, such as when an individual attempts to reach difficult performance goals.

Duties associated with these projects include:
-Recruiting participants and running laboratory sessions, including sessions using a military drone simulator
-Collecting and processing physiological data (heart rate, skin response)
-Assisting with development of new assessments of ability and non-ability traits
-Entering and checking data
-Other office duties as needed

Applicants who are psychology majors/minors or who have completed substantial coursework in psychology are preferred.

**Due to export control regulations associated with one of our current grants, only US citizens may work in the lab at this time.**

Location

J.S. Coon Building

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate10/hour
Positions15
Supervisor
Contact Email Addresspsskil@psych.gatech.edu
 
TitleLead Student Assistant/Summer Camp After Care Program
Attachments
Start Date3/13/2017
End Date4/12/2017
Contact NameAnnette Clifford
Hours

35 hours per week beginning May 30th ending August 4th

Job Description

ull time position during Summer

Mature student who must enjoy working with children!

Duties include:
Supervise and monitor the safety of campers (2:40pm until 6:00pm)

Organize activities for campers (board games, video games, outdoor play, etc.)

Office/Camp Assistant work before After Care Program begins (11:00am until 2:40pm)

Qualifications: Experience working with children, intermediate level skills in Microsoft Office suite, communication skills, decision making skills, patience, and reliability.

Location

College of Computing Building

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressacliffor@cc.gatech.edu
 
TitleCollege of Computing Summer Camp After Care Workers
Attachments
Start Date3/14/2017
End Date4/12/2017
Contact NameAnnette Clifford
Hours

Monday through Thursday: 14 hours per week from 2:30pm until 6:00pm

Job Description

Part-time work in our After Camp Extended Care Program

Mature student who must enjoy working with children!

Duties include:
Supervise and monitor the safety of campers
Organize activities for campers (board games, video games, outdoor play, etc.)

Important Qualitites: Experience working with children, communication skills, decision making skills, patience, and reliability.

Location

College of Computing Building

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$10
Positions2
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressacliffor@cc.gatech.edu
 
TitleCommunications Assistant
Attachments
Start Date4/10/2017
End Date
Contact NameBethany Schuster
Hours
Job Description

​Provide communication assistance through email, the website (ohr.gatech.edu), 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.

 

* 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
* Graphic design experience highly preferred
 * Writing or web design experience
 * High attention to detail
* Excellent grammar
 * Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign
Location

​GTHR Communication

WorkstudyNot Required
Pay Rate$9.50/hour
Positions1
Supervisor
Contact Email Addressbethany.schuster@ohr.gatech.edu
 

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