Former Head Women's Golf Coach (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 16, 2018
UAB is a great employer that has top notch benefits and employee resources. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with college students. I so enjoyed witnessing them transform from teenager to working adult.
I learned how to manage a Title IX claim, award student scholarships and mentor employees and students.
Hospital Pharmacy Technician Certified (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 9, 2018
Just know even if you try your HARDEST it will always be overlook and under appreciated. They have amazing potential and use none of it. They also do not pay well at all and even killing yourself with overtime is not enough. The constant turn over is absolutely impressive in the volume and it is hard to focus on yourself when there is constantly bad changes and people leaving every single week.
Buyer (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 7, 2018
UAB is a great place to work. The environment is very friendly and everyone is just like family which makes the work place wonderful. Everyone does their part in helping to give great customer service for internal/external clients. We have departmental competition during homecoming week where each department decorate their floor to win prizes such a pizza party or ice cream day.
Research Lab Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 30, 2018
UAB is diverse and has great opportunities for growth. The mentors at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are incredible. Though I am not sure about career advancement, it is still a good company to work for.
Organizational Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 30, 2018
As with any large organization, opportunities vary. With the UAB & UAB Health System, there are countless opportunities and support for growth & success. The work we do betters the lives of our students, our patients, and our community. We really do collectively make a difference in the world, and regardless of your position, you have the opportunity to contribute to that heartfelt mission.
Culture, Make a Difference
Disparate arms of operation can conflict at times, results in silos.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 17, 2018
Typical days are always interesting. Nearly always something new to work on. Management can be difficult, no room for advancement to higher level positions. Benefits are good as long as you stay in state.
Medical Records Technician (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 16, 2018
My working at UAB was very good my job I really enjoyed working. ..I would love to come back and work at UAB again I learned so much the 27 years I worked there.The staff was very nice and friendly the experience I had there when I was sick was wonderful I will tell anyone that we have the best doctor and nurses. ..
Research Associate, (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 12, 2018
some labs are horrible. English is not used as a language of communication in few labs, some other foreign language is used in some labs and people from only one foreign country are recruited in one lab in UAB, Birmingham, and if you are not from their foreign country you will be left isolated in the lab.
Junior Radiation Therapist (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 9, 2018
Loved it! Enjoyed the people! Rare layoffs and great pay for the industry! I love how they know the national averages and stay competitive with them. A day in the clinics will give you amazing exposure to rare conditions, because they are a great teaching facility and tend to get the worst of the worst or advanced cases.