OUE Employment Opportunities

The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) challenges students to become accomplished learners who are able to make meaningful connections among work, study, and community. We connect curricular and co-curricular offerings to assist students in developing a strong foundation for success, during college and after. We do this through the efforts of our professional staff and student assistants. If you'd like to explore a career with OUE, view the current openings below and follow the link to apply.

Georgia Tech offers our faculty and staff a community that values diversity, education, training, and personal development. Being part of an environment that thrives on innovation and excellence is exciting for all who set foot on campus. Tech’s legendary history and extraordinary foresight make it a place where tradition combines with cutting-edge research and practices. This makes Georgia Tech a unique and opportune place to start or propel your career.


Director of Academic Support (Academic Professional)

Reporting directly to the Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (AVPUE) and serving as a member of the OUE leadership team, the director assumes leadership and responsibility for programs and services that provide academic assistance and promote student learning, with an emphasis on peer instruction in introductory STEM and other quantitative courses. This position will partner with faculty and TAs who teach these courses and will collaborate closely with the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to initiate and lead initiatives that focus on improving student learning and the learning environment. The director will also provide campuswide leadership around academic support, working in partnership with academic advisors and administrators in other academic support-focused units (e.g., OMED, CommLab, Residence Life, Athletics, Disability Services). Finally, the director advocates for student success; stays current with research and trends in academic support; participates actively in relevant professional organizations (e.g., NCLCA, ACTP); and seeks opportunities for grant-funded initiatives.

Career Events Manager

The Career Events Manager will oversee and implement all aspects of career-related events and coordinate services with other campus offices involved in career and professional development. The manager will also serve as a resource to other campus units that host career-related fairs and events. Finally, the manager will strive to help improve the impact, effectiveness, and efficiency of the career center by supporting the needs of the career education and the employer relations teams.

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