Thank you for your interest in joining our team! View some of our featured open positions below and click on the titles to view more information. We’ve highlighted an overview of each position and included a link to access the job description. We will update this page with new positions as they become available.
Plumber II (multiple vacancies)
Inspect, repair, install, modify, and maintain plumbing and piping systems and support equipment. Systems include sewer and domestic water, natural gas, and hot water reheat or chilled water.
AC Mechanic II
Perform installation and maintenance of components used in campus heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and related equipment, including chilled water, refrigeration, air compressor, gas heater, air drier, fume hoods, and pumps. Regularly provide work direction to lower-level mechanics and maintenance personnel.
Project Support Specialist Sr
Support our internal and external communication strategies, serve as a liaison with our campus partners and special programs, and work with our team of student assistants. This role will also facilitate prospective and admitted student outreach for both Housing and Residence Life and Georgia Tech’s Living Learning Communities.
Plan and supervise activities of personnel in performing service and maintenance work within an assigned area. Work supervised involves the application of multiple craft disciplines, which can include electrical, mechanical, and structural, as well as general maintenance and upkeep activity.
Salary range: $63,789-$86,765/year
Maintenance Worker II
Perform a variety of basic multi-craft tasks in the general maintenance and repairs of equipment and buildings, including installation, repair, and replacement of electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems. Perform building-related basic construction and fabrication work.
Program Support Coordinator
Provide administrative support to our Senior Director of Facilities and Facilities leadership team.
Maintenance Worker I
Perform basic multi-craft tasks in maintenance and minor repairs of equipment and buildings, including basic construction and fabrication work. Act as a helper to trades/crafts personnel installing, repairing, and replacing electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems, including carpentry and painting work.
How We Hire
View our open positions through the Georgia Tech Human Resources webpage or on websites such as Indeed or LinkedIn. If you do not currently work for Georgia Tech, please apply as an external candidate. We encourage you to apply for anything that looks interesting, even if you don't meet every line on the job description.
We want to get to know you and your experience better, while also giving you the opportunity to get to know us and the role. Depending on the position we will conduct one, or a series of interviews to help us find the strongest alignment with our positional needs. You will learn more details about your specific job process through your recruiter.
Decisions and Offers
After interviews are completed, we will carefully review all interviewer feedback and extend offers to select candidates. If we find your skills impressive but are not able to extend an offer to you at that time, we will invite you to join our Talent Community to stay in touch regarding future openings.
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Competitive salary based on years of comparable experience
Medical, dental, vision and supplemental insurance
Paid sick, holiday, vacation and parental leave
Retirement options (9% employer 401k match or a 20% employer match in the Teachers Retirement System pension plan)
Professional development and training opportunities
Tuition assistance for employees wanting to pursue education
Employee Resource Groups
Flexible work arrangements may be available depending on your position
For more details about our benefits, visit the Human Resources benefits page.
Larry T. Brown
Staff and Community Development Coordinator
Larry is on the Residence Life team, advising the Residence Hall Association and National Residence Hall Honorary student organizations.
Which of our nine institute values most resonates with you?
We celebrate collaboration
For me this is getting to network with other campus partners whether it is event planning, relationship building, or gathering resources for our team, student leaders and residents to provide a quality residential experience. Our residents will feel more empowered to connect within the community, and if there are areas where support is needed, they can have information readily available at their fingertips.
What is an employee benefit that is important to you?
Health and Wellbeing Rewards
I thoroughly enjoy health & wellness so it was easy for me to dive right into the USG-sponsored Virgin Pulse challenges offered within our benefits package. The competitions, seminars, and health tips have been exceptional! The program really keeps me on track with my goals and has plenty of incentives along the way including the 200 dollar bonus for completing a variety of health and wellbeing tasks within a year.