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 and Campus Event Centers positions. Please click here for student jobs with Student and Campus Event Centers

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Submissions to the Campus Job Board can be made using the link below. Our team reviews submissions to the job board on a rolling basis. Each position will remain on the Campus Job Board for one (1) week 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

E-Text Student Assistant
Valerie Morrison
About This Job:
We are looking to fill several student worker positions to help us make accessible textbooks and course material for individuals with print-related disabilities. Student workers will need to have solid computer and writing skills, and will learn advanced production techniques to create accessible E-Text file formats for a production unit under CIDI, the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation, which is a USG/BOR statewide disability service and research center at Georgia Tech. Please visit our website to learn more about CIDI’s E-Text Department: https://cidi.gatech.edu/services/etext

Minimum Qualifications:
• Reliable and dependable
• 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 skills
• Knowledge of digital file formats such as PDF and MS Word Doc
• Anticipated graduation date is at least one year later than current date

Preferred Qualifications:
• 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 to three years of experience with applications such as Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, ABBYY FineReader, or various Assistive Technology Software
• Knowledge of relevant accessibility standards

Application Information:
• These remote positions will be part time, for a maximum of 20 hours per week while students are taking classes, for $15.00 per hour.
• A brief 15-30 minute Skills Test will be administered immediately after the interview to assess basic computer and writing skills.
• Please send your resume via email to the E-Text Manager at valerie.morrison@design.gatech.edu to apply for a position. In your email, please explain your interest in this position and any experience or interest you have working in the field of accessibility.

CIDI’s Mission Statement:
Combining decades of service and research, CIDI's mission is to improve the human condition through equal access to technology-based and research-driven information, services, and products for individuals with disabilities.
Maximum of 20 hours per week
512 Means Street, Suite 250, Atlanta, GA 30318 (currently working remotely)
No this is a paid position
$15.00 per hour
GT PRIME - Summer Assistant Coordinator
Jonathan Gaines
The Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech is recruiting engineering undergraduate students in the assistant coordinator role for its summer engineering outreach and mentoring program entitled GT PRIME.

Georgia Tech Promoting Relationships, Identity, and Mentoring through Engineering (GT PRIME) is a summer STEM outreach program that uses engineering problem solving within a family environment to strengthen the relevance and value of pathways to engineering. The program targets two populations concurrently: 1. Rising 7th and 8th graders, 2. K-12 school counselors, using a four-week curriculum for robotics and engineering design to illuminate the “human value” inherent within engineering. In this context, engineering will be defined as “the art of problem solving to help other people”.

A team of up to three middle school kids will be led by each school counselor to solve engineering design problems through a social or environmental justice lens. Analogy will be developed between the engineering design process and key personal and professional development goals, providing additional significance.

The program will be from June 3rd – July 2nd from 9:00am – 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Assistant coordinators will be paid $2,200 for their participation in the program. Assistant coordinators are also required to attend one Saturday induction ceremony on June 8th.

Role responsibilities include assisting with troubleshooting related to the robotics platform, coordination of activities and lab tours, leading of planning and debriefing sessions, and guidance of school counselors and middle school youth on engineering. All activities will be in collaboration with the lead coordinator for the program.

No prior experience with robotics is required. We are looking for individuals that are committed to strengthening pathways to engineering by building strong relationships and engaging in design activities.
9:00am - 3:00pm Monday - Friday
Georgia Tech campus - Instructional Center
$2,200 for the program