Welcome! 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 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

Mathematics Curriculum Developer
2024-03-11
2024-07-26
Greg S Mayer
greg.mayer@gatech.edu
The School of Math is working on making its undergraduate course content more accessible, affordable and engaging by developing open curriculum.

In this part-time position you will develop multivariable calculus activities in the Canvas platform over the Spring and Summer 2024 semesters for roughly 5 hours per week at $15 per hour. Specifically we are looking for someone to join a team of students working on this open course site:

https://gatech.instructure.com/courses/353656

At the moment are looking for someone to help maintain the site (eg - help fix broken hyperlinks), and to help us develop more quiz questions. Familiarity with HTML, LaTeX, and the content of multivariable calculus (MATH 2550 or 2551) is preferred. Experience using AI tools such as ChatGPT is not required but is preferred, as we are finding that AI is streamlining the curriculum development process.

Work will be done remotely with a School of Math faculty member and a small team of student assistants.

You must have an eagerness to learn and meet in brief weekly online meetings. We will offer training and guidance on areas of the site that needs maintenance, and how to author content in Canvas using LaTeX and with AI. We can only hire an undergraduate student for this part-time position.

To apply, please create a single PDF file that contains the following: resume, cover letter, and an example of a multivariable calculus problem that MATH 2550 or 2551 students may encounter, and its solution. The example and its solution should be typed using LaTeX. Please email the file to Greg Mayer, greg.mayer@gatech.edu, as an attachment.

Please submit your application on or before March 1 2024. We recommend that your resume highlight any experience you may have with programming, multivariable calculus, AI, and working on a team.
5 hours per week
Remote
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$15/hour
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CRC- Leadership Challenge Course Facilitator (Spring and Summer Semester)
2024-03-27
2024-08-30
Lori Smith
lcc@crc.gatech.edu
The Georgia Tech Leadership Challenge Course is seeking to expand our team of facilitators. The LCC provides leadership workshops to a variety of groups, both external and internal. These leadership workshops can be anywhere from 2 hours to 6 hours and can include ground activities, high element challenges, ziplining, or a combination of everything. Our student staff lead these workshops and invoke very deep and though-provoking conversations based on group dynamics and situations that arise during said workshops. These discussions can be held both on the ground or 40 ft in the air. Work opportunities are on an "as they come basis." When a reservation request is confirmed, staff are notified of the opportunity and can request to work any available shifts.

Our application can be found at the link below-
https://gatech.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Zj15n4EOwIotJY

We are seeking to hire and train individuals this semester to, at the very least, work through the end of August.

STUDENTS CAN EXPECT:
- To work in a unique environment with a unique work schedule
- To learn valuable soft skills that corporate industries seek (effective communication, adaptability, self-reflection, situational awareness, etc.)
- To lead a group of 10-12 individuals through set ground activities and/or high ropes elements
- Follow specific instructions to correctly facilitate said ground activities and/or high ropes elements
- Follow set debriefing questions after each ground activity and/or high ropes elements
-To be responsible for proper risk mitigation techniques both on the ground and in the air
- To work closely with co-workers to provide a smooth experience for participants
- Set up and clean up site before/after workshops
-Attend multiple training sessions to strengthen skills

Please contact us with any questions!
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Campus Recreation Center/Leadership Challenge Course
No
Starting at $12.00 and hour
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Chick-fil-A Georgia Tech Team Member
2024-02-21
2024-03-22
Kaelyn Garcia
Introducing one of our NEWEST locations in the John A. Lewis Student Center at Georgia Tech! This is a FUN, fast-paced in-line unit with no drive through serving carry-out and mobile orders. Join a diverse, young, energetic work group including student workers, international students, and regular full-time employees.

What we offer:
Full-time or part-time schedules which are flexible and perfect for working around school/life obligations
Competitive pay that grows with you.
A fun and encouraging work environment with leaders that started right where you are
Free Crave-able Chick-fil-A meal with every shift
Tuition Assistance and Scholarship opportunities
401K with generous match
Vacation time
Real learning and growth every day. So many ways to get real business and life development
Advancement opportunities – job growth and career development.

This is not your typical fast food job, here at Chick-fil-A, you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with a fun, happy, and energetic leadership team who are personally vested in your success. Your success is our success! Prior experience as customer service, cashier, associate, restaurant crew member, team member, fast food, or other part-time restaurant job experience is not required but is preferred. And we love previous Chick-fil-A Experience!
Part-time and full-time opportunities
John Lewis Student Center
No
Starting at $12 per hour
Front of House and Back of House Team Member
Chick-fil-A Part-time GT Team Member
2024-02-21
2024-03-22
Kaelyn Garcia
Introducing one of our NEWEST locations in the John A. Lewis Student Center at Georgia Tech! This is a FUN, fast-paced in-line unit with no drive through serving carry-out and mobile orders. Join a diverse, young, energetic work group including student workers, international students, and regular full-time employees.

What we offer:
Full-time or part-time schedules which are flexible and perfect for working around school/life obligations
Competitive pay that grows with you.
A fun and encouraging work environment with leaders that started right where you are
Free Crave-able Chick-fil-A meal with every shift
Tuition Assistance and Scholarship opportunities
401K with generous match
Vacation time
Real learning and growth every day. So many ways to get real business and life development
Advancement opportunities – job growth and career development.

This is not your typical fast food job, here at Chick-fil-A, you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with a fun, happy, and energetic leadership team who are personally vested in your success. Your success is our success! Prior experience as customer service, cashier, associate, restaurant crew member, team member, fast food, or other part-time restaurant job experience is not required but is preferred. And we love previous Chick-fil-A Experience!

Please apply via higherme at https://app.higherme.com/jobs/62506160e0fc5
Part-time
John Lewis Student Center
No
Starting at $12 per hour
Front of House and Back of House Team Member
CRC Student Positions-Summer 2024
2024-02-19
2024-08-31
Kelli Rockwell
krockwell7@gatech.edu
The Campus Recreation Center is seeking students for all positions for summer 2024. We are hiring summer camp counselors, lifeguards, swim instructors, leadership challenge course facilitators, fitness program assistants, personal trainers, facility assistants, member services assistants and more! For more information about all of our positions, check out our website: https://www.crc.gatech.edu/about/employment/work-at-crc

Complete the online application to be considered for summer employment. You can work at the CRC even if you are not enrolled in classes for the summer!
Flexible Scheduling During CRC Operating Hours
Campus Recreation Center
Yes
$11/hr Minimum - Position Dependent
Summer Camp Counselor, Lifeguard, Swim Instructor, Facility Assistant, Member Services Assistant, Climbing Wall Attendant, Wilderness Outpost Attendant, Leadership Challenge Course Facilitator, Pool Technician, Special Operations Assistant
CEISMC Summer PEAKS Group Leader
2024-05-22
2024-07-29
Roxanne Francis
summerpeaks@gatech.edu
Education: High school diploma and at least one year of college.
Experience: Prefer the candidates have at least one year experience working or volunteering with students ages K-12. Prefer students that are familiar with the Georgia Tech campus.
Duration: May 23, 2024 – July 28, 2024, up to 40 hours/week. $15 per hour starting compensation.

Duties: This position will serve CEISMC’s Summer P.E.A.K.S (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM) is an in-person program on the campus of Georgia Tech and for the STEAM Whistle Workshop, a virtual STEAM program. Summer P.E.A.K.S. and STEAM Whistle Workshop runs through June and July 2024. Applicants must have prior experience working or volunteering with K-12 aged students. Applicants should have leadership experience, experience in providing quality customer service, and the ability to speak professionally with students, parents and instructors.

The CEISMC Group Leaders role will include, but not limited to: 1) checking students in and out with parents when they arrive/leave campus or taking attendance online, 2) supervising groups of students throughout daily activities, 3) monitoring them during lunch 4) taking students to various locations on campus for tours and lectures 5) assisting instructor during parent presentation every Friday, 6) fulfilling tasks associated with the day-to-day in-office operations of summer camps, 7) completing a summer-long deliverable at the end of employment. (See Section V for more information on the summer project for this year)

*A background check, CPR training (provided) is required for this position.

Please send resumes/inquiries to:
Summer PEAKS at summerpeaks@gatech.edu
Subject Line: Summer Group Leader
Monday-Friday. 40 hrs per wk
GT Atlanta Campus
Yes
$15/ Hour
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Team LEO (Logistics, Events and Operations)
2024-05-13
2024-08-18
Robyn Crutchfield
Georgia Tech Housing and Residence Life is seeking qualified students to be a part of the HRL Team for Logistics and Event Operations (Team LEO).

This full-time internship will provide you with an opportunity to work closely with Georgia Tech professionals to implement and support multiple large-scale logistic operations over the summer, including fall move-in, summer move-out, and the move-in processes for several summer programs. You will serve as an integral decision maker for these events and will work collaboratively with a team of other interns to improve current HRL event operations and solve problems in innovative ways. There will also be opportunities for specialization, such as making video content, coordinating with campus partners, and working with StarRez (the backend of the MyHousing portal.)

Successful candidates will be able to anticipate problems and identify solutions, be organized and service-oriented, and work well in a team environment.

Team LEO Interns will be compensated at $12/hr and on campus apartment style housing will be provided for you during your internship.
Summer Internship - 40 hours/wk
On Campus
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12/hr
8
International Scholar Coordinator
2024-03-01
2024-05-01
Zhisen An
kcui44@gatech.edu
Act as a primary liaison between Chinese visiting scholars and various academic departments at Gatech. Assist visiting scholars in understanding and navigating the academic and research environment, including policies, procedures, and resources available to support their scholarly work. Encourage and support visiting scholars in participating in campus and community life to enhance their overall experience in the U.S. Provide information and guidance on American cultural practices, academic expectations, and legal rights and responsibilities to ensure a smooth cultural transition.
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Atlanta Campus
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10$/hour
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