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

IT Training and Content Specialist
Kim Kruthaup Calleros
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is seeking a dynamic and motivated student to join our team as an IT Training and Content Specialist. In this position, you will play a vital role in supporting OIT by creating high-quality training materials and knowledge articles for the GT community. This position involves working collaboratively with team members to address training needs for applications supported by OIT and producing concise and effective training videos.

Collaborate with team members and management to assess training needs for applications and services supported by OIT.
Address departmental training needs and bridge gaps in content and learning materials to meet training goals and objectives.
Certify all curated training material is concise, clear, and user-friendly
Create and maintain technical knowledge articles utilized by campus end-users and IT staff.
Work with department Curator to maintain up-to-date training materials.
Contribute to the evaluation and enhancement of existing training materials.

Experience designing and developing learning solutions, particularly for enterprise customers.
Demonstrated ability to create clear and concise learning experiences.
Proficiency in design, authoring, and video creation tools.
Self-motivated, inquisitive, and dedicated to knowledge sharing.
Strong project management skills with a sense of urgency for timely completion.
Blend of technical expertise (e.g., critical thinking, problem solving, technical writing) and soft skills (e.g., communication, teamwork).
Effective interpersonal and communication skills for diverse community engagement.
Familiarity with accessibility best practices for graphic design and captioning.
Expertise in project and time management.
Skilled in technical writing and detailed end-user documentation.
Proficiency in video editing software like Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro.
Familiarity with screen recording and capturing tools such as Camtasia or Snagit.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Detail-oriented with high accuracy.
Able to work both independently and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.

Preferred Qualifications:
Familiarity with Adobe Suite (primarily Premiere Pro, Photoshop and Illustrator).
Knowledge of HTML/CSS for basic web content formatting.
Prior experience in creating technical training materials or videos.
Experience with managing content on SharePoint.

Benefits of this job:
Remote: Learn to work in a remote environment effectively
Flexible: Choose the hours that work best with your schedule
High-impact: Work on projects that will serve the Georgia Tech campus

Position Details:
Hours: 10-20 hours/week
Schedule: Flexible, based on your availability and academic schedule
Location: Remote
Pay rate: $18 - $20/hour
Positions available: 2

Start Date: 12/18/2023 (negotiable)

Application Instructions:
Please submit your resume, a writing sample, and short instructional video you have created, to Kim Kruthaup Calleros: kim.kruthaup@gatech.edu.
10-20 / Flexible
$18 - $20 /hour
Marketing and Communications Assistant
Melissa Fralick
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is hiring a student to assist with content creation and design work for 10 hours per week beginning January 2023.

This would be a great position for someone looking to build their skills and experience in marketing and communications. The ideal candidate will have strong written and visual communications skills and a willingness to learn.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Write short news items for the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering website
• Create social media content
• Design flyers and graphics for social media
• Provide support for school-wide events
• Support communications team with other tasks as assigned

Preferred Skills:
• Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Powerpoint, Excel)
• Canva and basic knowledge of Adobe Suite (In Design, Photoshop, Illustrator)

Please send your resume and 2 work samples to melissa.fralick@ce.gatech.edu
10 hours per week; flexible schedule
Mason Building
Mathematics Curriculum Developer
Greg Mayer
The School of Math is working towards making its undergraduate courses more affordable and engaging by developing open curriculum.

In this part-time position you will develop linear algebra activities in the webwork platform over the Spring 2024 semester for roughly 5 hours per week at $15 per hour. Familiarity with LaTeX, programming in any language, and the content of linear algebra (MATH 1554) is preferred. Work will be done remotely with a School of Math faculty member and one or more other student assistants.

You must have an eagerness to learn, be able to write code in webwork to create learning activities, and meet in brief weekly online meetings. We will offer training and guidance on how to author content in webwork. We can only hire an undergraduate student for this position.

For more information about webwork please see https://webwork.maa.org/.

To apply, please send a resume, a cover letter, and a (max) one page example of a linear algebra problem that MATH 1554 students may encounter with its solution in a single PDF file to Greg Mayer, greg.mayer@gatech.edu. Please submit your application on or before Dec 1 2023. We recommend that your resume highlight your experience with programming and working on a team.
5 hours per week
Mathematics Curriculum Developer (assessments)
Greg Mayer
The Georgia Tech Distance Math Program offers a linear algebra course to over 700 advanced high school students from across Georgia every year. As this program continues to grow and continually improve, the School of Math is expanding and refining the assessments that are used to help students learn the course content, prepare for exams, and assess their understanding of the course material.

In this part-time position you will develop and refine existing linear algebra assessments in Overleaf and Canvas over the Spring 2024 semester for roughly 5 hours per week at $15 per hour. Familiarity LaTeX, programming in any language, AI tools such as ChatGPT, and the content of linear algebra (MATH 1554) is preferred. Work will be done remotely with a School of Math faculty member and one or more other student assistants.

You must have an eagerness to learn, be able to write code in LaTeX to create learning activities, be comfortable using AI, working in a small team on a programming project, and meet in brief weekly online meetings. We will offer training and guidance on how to author content. We can only hire an undergraduate student for this position.

To apply, please send a single PDF file that contains a resume, a cover letter, and three to five problems from linear algebra MATH 1554 with detailed solutions to Greg Mayer, greg.mayer@gatech.edu. The exercises and their solutions should be one or two pages. For your application email please use the subject "Application for Math Curriculum Developer (assessments)". Please submit your application on or before Dec 8 2023. We recommend that your resume highlight your experiences (if any) with programming, AI, and working on a team.
5 hours per week
Student Assistant for Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation - Data Analytics
Dr. Zerrin Ondin-Fraser
Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) is seeking a student assistant to help us create intuitive and visually appealing dashboards using Tableau. The student assistant will be working with a CIDI Research Scientist to design, develop, and maintain a user-friendly data dashboard. This position has the opportunity to evolve and expand. This is not a teaching or student-facing role.

CIDI (https://cidi.gatech.edu/) is the biggest research center of the College of Design and is recognized as a leader in services and research in accessibility. 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.

Design and develop interactive data dashboards in Tableau.
Ensure the data dashboard is user-friendly and accessible.
Clean, analyze, and prepare data from various sources for visualization.
Conduct data quality checks to ensure accuracy and consistency in visualizations.
Document the development process and assist in providing user training for dashboard usage.

Skills required to be successful in this role:
Proficiency with Tableau
Familiarity with other data analytic tools
Proficiency in data cleaning and transformation techniques
Solid understanding of data structures, data manipulation, and data visualization principles
Ability to work professionally and independently with appropriate direction.

General Work Protocol
Hybrid format (online and on-campus)
Weekly meetings with the reporting manager
Work laptop will be provided

How to apply
Please send BOTH items below to zondin6@gatech.edu
A current CV highlighting your educational background and any relevant experience
Schedule of FALL 2023 classes

Subject of email should read: “Student assistant position-CIDI”
10 hours per week /hybrid format/flexible scheduling
Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) 512 Means Street NW Suite 250 Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Chick-fil-A Georgia Tech Team Member
Jessica Boehm
Located 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
- Sundays off
- 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
- 100% Tuition Covered while attending Point University Online starting Day One
- 401K 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!

Apply via HigherMe at the link below:
Flexible Schedule
John Lewis Student Center
Starting at $12 per hour
Front of House Team Member, Back of House Team Member, Leadership
Peer-tutors & Graders
Lelia Glass and Hongchen Wu
Seeking two students who received an "A" in Intro to Linguistics (Ling 2100) and can serve as dependable, timely graders and knowledgeable, enthusiastic peer tutors for Ling 2100 in Spring 2024. The TAs will work 5 hours/week at a rate of $18/hour. Preference will be given to students pursuing further study in Linguistics. Please submit a resume and a one-sentence statement describing your qualifications to both Lelia Glass and Hongchen Wu (lelia.glass@modlangs.gatech.edu; hwu480@gatech.edu).
5-10 hours per week
Swann Building - School of Modern Languages