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Please check back on this page often for updated job opportunities that are sent our way. Remember this list is only postings that we receive. Remember to also utilize your resources with the Center for Career Development.


  • Knoxville Spring Job & Internship Fair (In-Person)
    • Tue, Feb 22 2:00 pm EST – 6:00 pm EST
    • Thompson-Boling Arena, 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way, Knoxville, Tennessee 37916, United States
    • 160 employers attending
For more information, and to register:
  • General Manager at Bubba Brew’s
    • An exciting opportunity for a General Manager at the “most fun” waterfront restaurant on Norris Lake.Now Taking Resumes for General Manager @ Bubba Brew’s located at Beach Island Marina in Maynardville, Tn.This Opening is a full time Position and competitive salary. Please contact Corporate F&B Manager Doug Patterson at Applications close on 03-01-2022


  • Graduate & Executive Education Student Worker
  • Tutoring
    • Interested in making a little extra money? Interested in tutoring? The Thornton Athletics Student Life Center is searching for a variety of subject tutors for the Spring 22 term! The position is paid, online via zoom, the hours are flexible, and availability is determined by the tutor. The position is open to any upperclassman (minimum junior standing and/or 60 hours completed and a 3.0 cumulative GPA) who has previously earned a B or higher in the course(s) they intend to tutor.Tutoring needs include the following departments:

      GEOG 132, GEOL 102, ASTR 151, AFST 236, BULW 301, STAT 201, PHYS 232, ECON 211, ECON 213, ECON 201, SOC 110, MATH 115, MATH 119, MATH 125, MATH 123, MATH 113, MATH 142, MATH 131, MATH 132, BCMB 230, ACCT 200, ACCT 203, BIOL 150, PHYS 221, PHYS 222, CHEM 260, CHEM 132, FINC 300, FINC 301, FINC 420

      *Various General Education courses needed as wellContact the Thornton Center Tutor Coordinator, Marti McClard, at with any additional questions and aak for an application. Thank you for your consideration.

  • Project Hope 
    • Project HOPE (Healing Opioid use through Prevention and Expertise) is hiring immediately for youth program facilitators and mentors for Scott and Cocke County

      $15/hr (undergrad) $18/hr (graduate); flexible opportunity, choose to work any day Monday through Friday. (Carpooling and/or transportation reimbursement available). More details upon applying.

      Project HOPE addresses East Tennessee communities affected by opioids through education, prevention, and resource allocation. Our organization’s youth wing will provide in-person youth programming and mentoring from January 29th to May 10th:

      The youth program (Youth HOPE) uses a community health assessment and advocacy curriculum to empower youth to evaluate and address community issues related to opioid use. Young people explore issues within their communities and develop and propose solutions to mitigate impacts. An example of our previous work with Sarah Moore Greene Elementary may be found here.

      Mentoring is 1-to-1 with rural youth ages, 10-14.

      All participants will be trained on positive youth development (PYD) and facilitate youth-centered community change. 

      For interest, please send resume and spring semester availability to Ahdya Attea at with subject line “YOUTH HOPE HIRING”

      For more about Project HOPE visit

      It is Resident Assistant Recruitment time in Tennessee! As a Resident Assistant, students will have the opportunity to impact fellow Vols by planning events to promote personal and professional growth, creating relationships with residents to connect them to interests campus-wide, and keeping the community safe so that all Vols have a safe and comfortable home sweet home.


      • Housing at a discounted rate
      • $1200/month


      • Attend RA Training in July/August
      • Live on campus in respective building
      • 2.75 GPA Requirement

      Do you know someone who would be a fantastic Resident Assistant? Please encourage them to apply at:

  • Peer Career Advisor 
    • The Center for Career Development and Academic Exploration (CCDAE) is seeking reliable, detail-oriented, communicative students to apply to be Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) for this academic year. First, second, and third year students from all majors are invited to applyPCAs are trained and supervised paraprofessionals who provide career development assistance on a peer-to-peer level through the CCDAE. This is a part-time, paid, on-campus position that is flexible around students’ academic schedule. In the PCA role students will get to:

      ·      Deliver resume critiques and practice interviews to peers

      ·      Build your own work skills and broaden your professional network

      ·      Contribute to a team supporting UT student’s career development

      If you are interested in the position and feel you would make an excellent PCA be sure to complete your application via Handshake by February 13th, 2022