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.
Assistant Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Last day to apply: September 20, 2023
Department: Experiential & Engaged Learning
This position will provide leadership and programming in the areas of student innovation and entrepreneurship associated with transformative learning areas and is responsible for the quality, growth, diversity, data collection assessment, and overall management of student innovation and entrepreneurship at Georgia Tech.
Responsible for collaborating with academic units, faculty, and other relevant stakeholders to promote and grow a thriving community of inventors and entrepreneurs and build upon the existing ecosystem of incubators, maker spaces, pitch competitions, hackathons, internships, courses, student organizations, and other curricular and co-curricular offerings. Responsible for setting employee goals, assessing employee performance and providing feedback, and making pay recommendations.
Academic Assessment Manager
The Office of Academic Effectiveness at the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) is currently inviting applications for the position of Academic Assessment Manager. This is a permanent position with benefits at the rank of Academic Professional. This position will focus on academic assessment primarily related to undergraduate education in transformative learning. The selected candidate will have the responsibility of designing and implementing the assessment process for the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). This will involve close collaboration with QEP leadership, data collection to measure QEP outcomes, and providing support for other academic assessment initiatives.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in working on a dynamic team in helping to advance the priorities of Georgia Tech’s QEP (i.e., Leadership in Progress and Service).
Salary Range – $79,000 – $83,000
To access more detailed information about the position and to apply for this exciting opportunity, please click on the link below:
Director of Community-Based Learning (DCBL)
Last day to apply: October 3, 2023
Department: Experiential & Engaged Learning
This position is responsible for leading undergraduate service-learning and community-engaged programs. Reporting to the Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education/Executive Director of E2L, the primary role of the DCBL is to scale, develop, implement, and support academic community engagement initiatives that align with the Institute's strategic plan and advance the undergraduate educational objectives of OUE and GT.
The Director collaborates with faculty, staff, students, and community partners to ensure the successful integration of community engagement and student experiential learning into curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular offerings, and the overall institutional strategy.
Director, Undergraduate Curricular Initiatives (Job ID 263544)
This is an internal position open to current, full time GT faculty only.
Last day to apply: October 3
Reporting to the Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (AVPUE), this position manages and advances the design, implementation, and integration of a range of undergraduate curricular initiatives and academic policies that fall within the purview of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) and/or that require partnership, coordination, or liaison with Georgia Tech administrative and/or academic units and/or units of the University System of Georgia (USG).
These initiatives may include but are not limited to: General Education/Core Curriculum, Georgia Legislative Requirements (GLRs), Undergraduate Academic Policies, Undergraduate Minors/Certificates, Dual Enrollment, and others as assigned. The position also supports initiatives and special projects that relate to degree planning and curricular matters that require coordination with the Office of the Registrar, including preparing and maintaining program maps for undergraduate programs and consulting on/advancing other curricular matters. This position may supervise additional professional and student assistant positions as assigned. Finally, the position is expected to teach an undergraduate general education course that corresponds with their academic discipline, contingent on approvals from the appropriate college/school leadership.