Dialysis technician (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 27, 2017
began as dialysis technician and was a fun growing experience but when managed care came in it gradually grew worse and i felt unappreciated. hardest part was being on my feet all day. most enjoyable part was developing wonderful relationships with patients and offering them care and concern.
Radiology Attendant/Unit Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – December 10, 2016
Uab has a lot of perks to make you want to stay employed with them. They offer pto,sick,and personal holiday time. Their insurance is great they cover a lot for their employees they assist with fmla if your out of time and can't get paid they have programs to assist you and if you become ill they have short and long term disability to help you out.
Developer / System Administrator (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 30, 2016
Recently informed that opportunities that were to be provided prior to signing on with UAB are no longer available. Lack of technical experience by leadership is not building a culture of change that is required for effective ITSM implementations. Lack of trust inhibits growth and opportunity across the organization.
close to family
lack of leadership, trust and understanding of fundamental IT processes
Jr Oracle DBA (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 14, 2016
Working for UAB was a not only a friendly environment, it's also family oriented. It is a place where you could enjoy a full days work and still have the energy to bring your family out to enjoy a Blazers game.
Student Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 7, 2016
I worked as a part time student research assistant. It is a fun place to work and my colleagues and superiors are friendly and commendable. The hardest part of the job is recruiting patients for the study I have been coordinating.
Volunteer Assistant Softball Coach (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 27, 2016
I helped with travel, issuing clothing and clothing inventory, scouting reports, social media accounts, planning/running pitching workouts. I also helped with game day plans and running cameras for games.
Tutor (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 26, 2016
I worked as a tutor for two consecutive semesters at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The work schedule is pretty flexible and meet the need of employees. In addition, tutors work in a positive work environment.
Temp Specialist (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 16, 2016
My work experience entailed setting up the conference room for weekly meetings as well as for their breakfast and lunch. answered phones, filed documents. The management and co workers were very pleasant and worked with me when I needed help in certain areas. The hardest part with the filing was that a doctor could have multiple files that would take up a whole cabinet and some of the files weighed 15 pounds and when some of the documents had to be put in these files, having to go through 20 to 30 files to find the right one for the document to be placed. The most enjoyable was being able to greet the people that had to come in and direct them to what they needed.
a free lunch when the meetings were over, monthly birthdays
Research Technician (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 27, 2016
UAB is a great place to work at, you will embark upon a new life journey and will enjoy your experience with this company. It is hard to get a job here, but if you are persistent the right job is right around the corner.