Thank you for your interest in working at Georgia State Law. The College of Law, in the heart of Atlanta, maintains a talented workforce dedicated to supporting strategic initiatives which prepare students for success in professional environments. Our staff and student positions provide outstanding opportunities for learning, career advancement and growth.
Whether you are establishing your career or are an established professional looking to join a globally engaged community for the next phase of your career, Georgia State Law offers outstanding opportunities. We encourage employee creativity and engagement. Professional development is supported through cross-functional training, personal and online instruction, mentoring and tuition assistance. This is a dynamic college that is literally and figuratively on the move, preparing for our new home this summer.
As a member of the staff at Georgia State Law, you will be in a community of professional employees who make an impact within their community. The employees whom we seek can have that sort of impact but, perhaps more important, are interested in being part of a collaborative and student-focused environment.
As part of Georgia State University — one of the most diverse universities in the nation — our college celebrates the diversity of thought and practice. We encourage applications from minorities, women and others who would enrich the diversity of our community.
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- Senior Director for Law Admissions: The senior director for law admissions is the chief admissions officer for the College of Law and serves as an ambassador to our incoming students. The senior director profoundly affects the College of Law’s educational mission by providing leadership in the recruitment, selection and enrollment of extraordinary students. The job requires a varied skill set and includes working closely with senior administration, faculty, students, the director of professional development & career strategies, and the assistant dean for development. The senior director develops recruitment strategies and goals, establishes admission requirements and standards, and develops and plans programs with the admissions team to recruit and enroll students who embody the diversity and excellence long associated with the College of Law. This is a professional position that requires extensive travel as well as weekend and evening hours. Learn more>>