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

Student Assistant
Amber Burke
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is looking for a student assistant, beginning summer semester 2024.

The ideal candidate is responsive, attentive to detail, and a good communicator who is not afraid to ask questions. The ideal candidate would be able to commit to a work schedule of 2 - 3 hours per day Monday - Friday between the hours of 9am - 5pm. The ideal candidate would also be able to start work on April 24, 2024 for training.

An idea of tasks is below:
• Process, sort, and deliver incoming mail and packages for ECE staff to appropriate locations as instructed
• Complete mail run between Van Leer & TSRB
• File/copy/scan documents
• Run errands
• Organize office materials and supplies
• Other duties as assigned

We will be accepting resumes for this position until April 17, 2024. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered.

If you are interested, please send your resume, a proposed work schedule, and confirm if you are available to start work April 24, 2024 for training to Amber Burke at tsrbecestudentassistanthiring@gmail.com.

Submissions that do not include a resume, a proposed work schedule, and confirmation of availability on April 24, 2024 will not be considered.
Flexible schedule. The time commitment is 10-15 hours a week.
Electrical & Computer Engineering, Technology Square Research Building
$13.00 per hour
Student Assistant (Front Desk)
Kristie Clark
The student assistant position will service the students, staff, and faculty at the front desk of the department. This position is responsible for greeting customers, answering phone calls and emails, assisting with general questions, filing, document/spreadsheet creation, mail distribution, office supply
inventory, and other duties as assigned. Must have good communication and organizational skills. Experience working in an academic environment is preferred. Students are scheduled to work between 8am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. Please email your resume and availability for work within the specified hours.
M-F (8AM - 5pm)
School of Psychology
work study and non-work study students are welcome to apply
Student and New Alumni Engagement Student Assistant
Rachel Clark
The Student and New Alumni Engagement team is looking for an undergraduate student to provide administrative and event support to the team for Summer 2024. Our department works with three student organizations run out of the Alumni Association: Student Alumni Association, Georgia Tech Student Foundation, and the Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors, as well as GTAA’s GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Advisory Council. Through this position, the student assistant would support the organizations and their advisors in tasks that enhance the mission of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association.

Resumes and cover letters are appreciated, but NOT required for applying. Please email Rachel Clark at rachel.clark@alumni.gatech.edu with expressed interest.

Job Responsibilities:
• Check Trello daily for any tasks to be done
• Pack for and work at events (Org fairs, Ramble on the Green, tabling events, etc.)
• Work with registration lists on iModules, BBCRM, and Excel
• Run errands on- and off-campus
• Assist with credit card statements and keeping budgets up to date
• Creating graphics and flyers (on Canva or Microsoft Word)
• Help keep the office space and the team storage room organized and clean
• Drive the Alumni Association golf cart to complete tasks, if needed
• Provide support on special projects
• Provide any administrative support as needed

Job Requirements:
• Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at Georgia Tech
• Possession of a valid driver’s license
• Excellent skills in Microsoft Excel and Word; Knowledge of other applications in the Microsoft
Office Suite is a plus
• Excellent customer service skills
• Experience designing print (Canva flyers) or other materials (recommended)
• Comfortable working with/learning data entry
• Able to physically move and carry up to 20 pounds
8-10 in-person hours per week
Georgia Tech Alumni Association (190 North Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30313)
$12.00 per hour, with $0.50 semesterly raise available
IT Support Internship - Technical Support Agent II
Allison Brictson
This position will work in a team of up to 10 assistants and liaison with IT Support Professional staff teams to support Campus Services and GT IT Coda employees and customers. This position is expected to analyze support issues and recommend solutions verbally and in writing. Learn more on https://sites.gatech.edu/intern-training-guide/project/tsa2-2/?et_fb=1&PageSpeed=off
12-20 Hours per week. (Typically 7am to 6pm)
The Biltmore, 817 West Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
$14 per hour
GaMEP Operations - Student Assistant
Jay Boudreaux
Updating course materials using Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe, Articulate and Word.
Creating interactive online materials.
Learning new software and presenting the pros and cons of the software.
Updating process documents.
Delivering/picking up student materials for professional education courses held at GTPE.
Perform other duties as assigned.
This position is mostly remote, but some duties will need to be performed on campus.
Remote/On Campus
IPaT Student Assistant
Faith Sumpter
This undergraduate student assistants support the operational and lab needs of the Institute for People and Technology within the Technology Square Research Building, Coda Building and Aware Home. Each student assistant is assigned a primary area within the department. All student assistants assist with events and space operations as needed. Students hired for summer 2024 may have the option to continue working during the 2024-2025 academic year depending upon the needs of the department.
Research Operations Assistant primary tasks:
- Triage IT issues among faculty, staff, and users
- Setup, maintain, and manage audio-visual equipment for events and lab spaces
- Maintain loaner computer equipment
- Aid staff with computer software and hardware
- Maintain documentation of equipment status and repairs

Lab Assistant primary tasks:
- Troubleshoot issues with equipment (could include minor repairs or adjustments)
- Maintain inventory of lending library items, Prototyping Lab and/or Craft Lab
- Building, debugging, and maintaining demonstrations
- Develop and update signage related to space policies, practices, and usage
- Facilitate orientation for new users in the Prototyping and Craft Labs

Shared student assistant tasks:
Space and operations management
- Assist with the daily organization of IPaT spaces including checking mail, cleaning kitchen space, etc.
- Work on various office projects as assigned by IPaT staff
- Run errands/deliveries around campus

Event management
- Setup spaces according to event needs
- Facilitate organization of caterers and other vendors
- Assist with post-event cleanup
- Troubleshoot event logistics

Students will be trained on the job for specific tasks.
- Curiosity and ability to problem solve
- Ability to safely use common power and hand tools
- Strong organizational skills
- Ability to work independently
- Strong communication skills

To apply for the position, please submit resume and contact information at https://b.gatech.edu/41Z1Q7w
up to 40 hours/week during summer semester; 10-20 hours/week during academic year; hours are flexible based on student schedule
Technology Square Research Building (primary); Coda Building, Aware Home
CEISMC Summer PEAKS Group Leader
Roxanne Francis
SECTION I: Education: High school diploma and at least one year of college.
SECTION II: 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.
SECTION III: Duration: May 23, 2024 – July 28, 2024, up to 40 hours/week. $15 per hour starting compensation.

SECTION IV: 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

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
$15/ Hour
Undergraduate Field Data collector
Marjorie Jorgenson
Dr. Guensler’s research team in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is looking for undergraduates with a reliable vehicle and a current US driver’s license to perform data collection 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.  Each collection session can involve walking of 2-3 miles using specialized GPS units. 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.  URAs will be expected to work 10 to 20 hours per week at $20.00/hour. Schedules are flexible and weekend work is encouraged. Mileage is reimbursed at standard federal rates of 65.5 cents/mile.
Preference is given to students living in the Atlanta area who can continue work over the summer and into the fall. You must be enrolled as a student in the Summer or Fall to be eligible for this position.

If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Marjorie Jorgenson in the School of CEE (marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu) with “Field Data Collector Position Interest” in the subject line and attach your latest resume in pdf format.
10-20 hours per week, flexible + weekend work is encouraged
Civil Engineering
Undergraduate Student Assistant (software engineering, hourly)
Ronald Rahaman
PACE (Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment) at GT is seeking a self-motivated undergraduate student for research software engineering projects.

In this position, you will contribute to user-facing web portals for our campus-wide HPC (high-performance computing) cluster. These web portals are used by researchers to develop and run high-performance simulations, data analytics, and AI/ML workflows. You will gain real-world experience in web services and HPC technologies (such as distributed and GPU-based workloads) used by hundreds of Georgia Tech researchers.

Preferred qualifications:

• Familiarity with Linux command line and bash scripting
• Familiarity with Python
• Familiarity with or ability to learn JavaScript
• Ability to learn new technologies based on developer documentation

Interview requirements: If you are offered an interview, you will be required to do the following:
• Prior to interview, complete a take-home coding challenge in bash and Python
• During the interview, demonstrate your ability to use the Linux command line in response to the interviewers’ questions
10 - 20 hrs/week
Summer Usher at the Ferst Center
Andrea Mullen
Seeking a friendly and outgoing usher to provide customer service to visitors to the Ferst Center for the Arts and other Georgia Tech Arts events.

Assist with all pre-event, event, and post-event needs such as scanning tickets, clicking for attendance, giving out programs, etc.
Facilitate the movement of guests, crowd control, and answer guest inquiries and provide seating directions.
Provide assistance with any mobility devices or strollers.
Provide venue and event information.
Assist in dealing efficiently with all emergency situations.
Set up galleries and lobby chairs and tables per event requirements.
Be friendly and personable.
Other duties as assigned
Varies depending on show schedule
Ferst Center for the Arts
$11/ hour