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

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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 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

Undergraduate Field Data Collection
Marjorie Jorgensson
Dr. Guensler’s research team in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is looking for ten undergraduates to perform data collection and analysis tasks for a national research project funded by the US Department of Transportation. The undergraduate research assistants (URAs) will work under the supervision of a team of faculty members and experienced graduate research assistants that are inventorying pedestrian assets from field-collected video using a combination of manual review, machine vision processing, stereo-optical point cloud analysis, and Lidar distance data. Over the course of the semester, students will collect data from a camera-equipped wheelchair platform. Each wheelchair data collection session typically lasts four hours along specified sidewalk routes. The research team is looking for individuals with an unwavering sense of responsibility and commitment who can handle high-cost equipment with care and ensure that high quality video data is collected. Research assistants will become familiar with complex data structures and there is an opportunity to participate in video analytics and writing peer-reviewed publications in fall/spring. URAs will be expected to work between 10 to 20 hours per week for the rest of the semester at $15.00/hour (schedules are very flexible and weekend work is encouraged). Preference will be given to students who have a vehicle for transportation (mileage is reimbursed at standard federal rates of 65.5 cents/mile). If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Marjorie Jorgenson in the School of CEE (marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu) with the job title in the subject line and attach your latest resume.

10-20 hours per week, flexible + weekend work is encouraged
Civil Engineering
Graduate App Developer GRA position
Marjorie Jorgenson
Dr. Guensler's research team in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is looking for a graduate student with experience in mobile app development on Android devices. The GRA work for Fall 2023 involves updating a field data collection app. The Android app allows inspectors to record field inspection data using HTML/PHP forms and the app transfers data to the server using JSON strings. We only need to update the Android version (no iOS version is needed). The app is about seven years old and needs to be updated to the latest version of Android. The application is not terribly complicated, but it does transmit images and needs to confirm that all data have been transmitted. Most of the inspection pages are already designed and formatted because they were in active use seven years ago. Variable names will need to be updated to match the new specifications in the AWS data structure. A few new pages are in the draft designed phase and will need to be coded. The app developer will also need server-side data capture and processing experience to assist with end-to-end app development (field to MySQL server). We are looking for a candidate who is proficient in Android app development (with experience in languages such as Java or Kotlin) and has some experience with server-side development (LAMP stack). Additional experience in using Python for data processing is a plus. The candidate will be joining a fairly large team and will participate in interactive development. There is also an opportunity to participate in writing peer-reviewed publications this fall. The position is guaranteed for one semester and comes with tuition remission and there is a good chance that support will continue this spring. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Marjorie Jorgenson in the School of CEE (marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu) with the job title in the subject line and attach your latest resume.

20 hours per week, Fall semester guaranteed, may continue through Spring 2024
Civil Engineering
$2250 per month
QCF Student Assistant
Malcolm Patridge
We seek a skilled and motivated Student Assistant with Search Engine Optimization (SEO), drupple 9, and social media skills to join our dynamic admissions team. The ideal student will understand current SEO trends, strategies, and best practices to enhance our online presence and drive organic traffic growth. The student will be crucial in optimizing our website and content for search engines while staying up-to-date with industry developments and algorithm changes.
Student Assistant with Alumni Magazine
Jennifer Herseim
The Georgia Tech Alumni Association Strategic Communications department is seeking a student worker to assist with the Alumni Magazine. This is an exciting opportunity for an aspiring journalist or storyteller to work on a 100-page quarterly magazine that serves more than 170k alumni. In this role, the student worker would assist the editor in collecting information for the Ramblin’ Roll (class notes) and In Memoriam sections of the magazine—some of the most well-read sections of the publication—as well as research and fact-checking. Opportunities also exist for short writing assignments such as Q&As, profiles, and news briefs about Tech’s impressive alumni.

Primary Responsibilities
• Compile alumni-submitted “life event” news, including birth, wedding, death, and job announcements for the magazine’s print and online editions.
• Write and edit entries for Ramblin’ Roll and In Memoriam.
• Fact-check names, degrees, and graduation years in articles.
• Communicate with the Digital/Web team to publish weekly Life Events news.
• Assist with caption and headline writing where necessary.
• Develop and write short articles for the Ramblin’ Roll section of the magazine.
• Monitor Georgia Tech sites for news.

Desired Knowledge and Skills
• Strong written communication skills
• Attention to detail
• High level of creativity
• Highly organized with the ability to manage several projects at one time.
• Proficiency in Microsoft OneNote, Teams, and Excel
Education Required
Writing experience is strongly preferred. Looking for a rising 2nd or 3rd year to stay through graduation. Remote and hybrid work accepted.

5-15 hours per week
Remote and/or Alumni House
$12 per hour
AI Research Assistant
Kim Kruthaup Calleros
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is seeking a dynamic and motivated student to join our team as a Student AI Research Assistant. In this role, you will collaborate with various OIT teams to support AI initiatives within the Georgia Tech community. You will be responsible for service relationship management, fostering trust, and developing educational materials to promote the benefits of AI in higher education.

-Work closely with the AI Research and Discovery Strategist Sr, providing support and contributing ideas.
-Conduct in-depth research and exploration using AI tools like Microsoft Co-Pilot and GPT to gather insights, generate ideas, and discover innovative solutions in various domains.
-Collaborate with research team members to define research goals, objectives, and methodologies that align with project requirements.
-Assist in experimenting with AI models, fine-tuning parameters, and analyzing results to improve their performance and usability.
-Compile comprehensive reports, summaries, and presentations based on your findings to communicate discoveries effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences.
-Stay up to date with the latest advancements in AI technologies, tools, and methodologies to contribute fresh perspectives to the team.
-Gather and preprocess data from various sources for research experiments.
-Annotate and clean datasets to ensure their quality and suitability for AI modeling.
-Summarize and document relevant research papers and findings.

-Strong interest and curiosity in AI technologies and their applications in higher education.
-Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
-Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
-Organized, detail-oriented, and capable of managing multiple tasks effectively.

Preferred Qualifications:
-Coursework or background in AI, machine learning, or related fields.
-Previous experience in a student leadership, advocacy, or educational role.
-Familiarity with AI tools and platforms.

Benefits of this job:
Remote: Learn to work in a remote environment effectively
Flexible: Choose the hours that work best with your school schedule
High-impact: Work on a project that will serve the Georgia Tech campus
Technical growth: Work with complex technologies and manage all stages of a project lifecycle
Flexible / 10-20 hours/week
$18 - $20/hour
Student Assistant
Saidat Allen
Job Description:
This position is an opening in the College of Computing working for the Office of Community and Student Enrichment on the first floor of the CCB building. As a student assistant, you will be assisting the team with various tasks.
Tasks and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Supporting day to day operations. This includes tasks such as maintaining inventory, shredding and archiving papers, dusting/ cleaning common areas, keeping drinks and snacks replenished, and managing the front desk.
• Assisting with Student Organizations in the College of Computing
• Help run various Community events and workshops with setup, check-in, and clean up
• The first determinant of hiring will be the student’s schedule.
• Must be a part-time or full-time student to work
• Maintain good academic standing
• Take approximately 8-20 hours a week depending your own personal work schedule
• Self-starters who take initiative when ongoing tasks need to be completed
• Follows directions as given
• Flexible- able to cope with changes and critically think through various tasks that are given
• Good communication skills
• Able to handle light to heavy lifting

Min - 8 hours a week/ Max - 20 hours a week
College of Computing Building
Research Assistant
Hyeyeon Lee
I’m looking for a research assistant to support data cleaning and analysis for our ongoing educational research project at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. We have verbatim transcription of audio data from undergraduate-level online classrooms. The main job is: (a) to clean data, (b) to analyze verbatim transcription of multiple classroom data, and (c) to attend a weekly check-in meeting

Preferred Qualifications
(a) Coursework (e.g., PSYC2015, research methods; PSYC4025 learning and memory, or related area) or background knowledge in research method in social science (e.g., education, psychology)
(b) Interest in social science (or education, psychology) research
(c) Excellent communication skills, and organized and detail-oriented
(d) Ability to work independently

How to Apply: Submit (a) your resume and (b) your brief introduction. Applications should be submitted via email to: Hyeyeon Lee (hyeyeon.lee@bme.gatech.edu)

The review of applications will begin September 22. And selected candidate will be notified on September 25 and have 10 minute chat with me! For questions regarding this position, please email Hyeyeon Lee (hyeyeon.lee@bme.gatech.edu)
8-10 hours per week
Graphic and Web Design Assistant
Maria Misbach
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business: Graphic and Web Design Assistant

Start date: 10/2 - 10/30/2023
Hours: Up to 20 hours/week (when enrolled in classes), up to 40 hours/week (when not enrolled in classes, summer semesters)
Semesters: Year-round (summer, fall, spring semesters)
- Undergraduate: 1st year student, $12/hour
- Undergraduate: 2nd year student, $13/hour
- Undergraduate: 3rd year student, $14/hour
- Undergraduate: 4th year student, $15/hour
- Graduate: 1st year student, $20/hour
- Graduate: 2nd year student, $22/hour

The marketing and communications team at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is seeking a Georgia Tech undergraduate or graduate student to join the team as a Graphic and Web Design Assistant. This role is instrumental in elevating visual identity, web presence, and user experience for the College and its undergraduate, MBA, Ph.D., Graduate Certificate, and Executive Education programs; Dean’s Office; Development and Alumni Relations; centers and initiatives; and academic areas.

This position will interact with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including the marketing, communications, and web/Salesforce team; programs and centers/initiatives teams; College faculty and staff; and marketing and advertising vendors and platforms. This position will report to Peter Lee, Creative Services Manager.

Key Responsibilities

- Design and edit/update collateral for web, digital and traditional advertising, social media, email, print, and more, including brochures/reports, fliers, display ads, logos, presentations, swag, email templates, letterhead/envelopes, and more
- Create, migrate, and edit website content, including building web pages, selecting layouts and components, formatting content, and selecting photos/videos
- Design and edit interactive, web-based publications, including migrating and editing content, selecting layouts and components, determining animation settings, and selecting photos/videos
- Edit and upload photos for size, web optimization, visual style, lighting, contrast, color balance, etc.
- Preferred, not required: Edit video footage for web, social media, and digital advertising use


- Creative, innovative visual communicator with strong artistic eye and graphic design skills
- Customer and people-oriented approach and working style
- Meticulous attention to detail
- Ability to multitask and prioritize objectives to meet deadlines
- Required skills: Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Preferred skills, not required: Web editing (Cascade CMS), video editing

Learning and Career Impact

- Gain hands-on experience in graphic design, web design, and visual brand identity work
- Gain exposure to marketing, communications, advertising, email marketing, social media, and public relations
- Learn webpage creation and editing skills in the Cascade CMS
- Interact and work directly with stakeholders, including Scheller leadership, admissions/recruiting directors, student services personnel, web/IT teams, and more


Please email your current resume and expression of interest to Maria Misbach, Director of Marketing and Communications, at maria.misbach@scheller.gatech.edu.
Up to 20 hours/week (when enrolled in classes), up to 40 hours/week (when not enrolled in classes, summer semesters)
Variable (See job description)
Student Assistant - Marketing and Communications (undergrad or graduate)
Kimberly Bass Seaton
• Facilitate communications and publicity in the School of Modern Languages by
o Soliciting stories, images, videos, and other relevant material from faculty members;
o Preparing preliminary drafts of stories and promotional material—as articles, social media posts, etc.;
o Forwarding stories and media to the Ivan Allen College Communications team and to the School of Modern Languages' leadership team;
o Assist in preparing the School newsletter (the “Swann Song”);
o Helping faculty members, staff, and school leaders develop their own stories, posts, and promotional material
• Additional office support, as needed

Important skills and qualifications:
• Writing and communication skills
• Familiarity with social media and newsletter platforms
• Willingness to approach and encourage faculty regarding promotional material

10 hours/week; schedule is negotiable
Swann Building - School of Modern Languages