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  • Apply to Jobs with your BlazerID and Password - With Taleo, UAB employees can login, update profile information, and apply to jobs using their BlazerID and password. Current employees will also be able to view and apply to jobs posted internally as well.

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Hand in Paw
is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. HIP's 150 professionally-trained volunteers help improve people’s day to day lives at numerous facilities throughout Central Alabama. The mission of Hand in Paw is to improve the health and well-being of children and adults by serving those with physical, emotional, educational, or psychological needs through interactions with professionally-trained Animal-Assisted Therapy Teams.

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IMAGINE WHAT WE CAN DO... 2014 Habitat house sponsored by UAB. HR employees participated in building this new home La’Tasha Willis and her daughters, Lyric and Alexis. On November 10, 2014, they received the keys to their new house in the Pratt City community of Birmingham. For more information about this project, please visit the UAB Habitat House Website.


This year we are encouraging everyone to give or to keep giving! Click here to view previous winners and their prizes.

Note: Everyone who contributes during the campaign, or continues their continuous gift, will be eligible for drawings during the end of the campaign party; scheduled for Friday, April 10. More details regarding this celebration to come.

In order to encourage participation in this year’s HR campaign, we have sourced some great prizes that we will give away each week. Here are the rules of the game: 
  • The drawings are open only to HR employees
  • We will hold two drawings each week for three weeks. The winners will be drawn each Friday morning and announced via the HR Benevolent fund website
  • The first drawing will be Friday, March 6
  • To get your name in the drawing, you must do one of the following:
    • Pledge to become a first time Continuous Giver. This is someone who pledges either to give one hour pay per month, one percent of your pay per month or by donating a fixed amount per month. 
    • Pledge to give to any one-time gift (this could include UAB Habitat House). The amount of the one-time gift has to be $5 or greater
  • Turn your pledge form in to your Visionary team member. The Visionary will turn all pledges in every week by Thursday, 4pm. For additional pledge forms, please see your Visionary team member.
  • If you make a contribution online, please forward the verification email you receive to your Visionary team member so that we can ensure you are included in the drawings
  • Cash and Check can be accepted, but a pledge form will need to be filled out and turned in with your money.
  • If your name is pulled multiple times during the weekly drawings, you will win only the prize associated with the "first" time your name is pulled. The same individual cannot win more than one time during the weekly drawings. HOWEVER, each weekly winner will be eligible to participate in the drawings that will be held during the end of the campaign party (Date TBD).

A sample of the prizes are listed below:

  • Free Oil change and tire rotation from Good Year
  • 3-month pass to the UAB Campus Recreation Center
  • $10 gift card to Newk's
  • Fantastic Five food vouchers (to be used in UAB Hospital)
  • Athletic Gift Basket
  • Chick Fil A food vouchers
  • Complimentary one night stay at Town Place Suites Marriot in Homewood



Hiring authority completes and submits request for position form.
  1. Requisition Created/Approved: (Policy 102) Approved electronic form received in Recruiting System. Recruiter is notified to begin recruitment process. View the CRF Transition page for more information about PAR/CRF.


HR posts position in Recruiting System and implements recruitment plan.
  1. Recruitment Review/Strategy: (Policy 105) Recruiter and hiring manager review position and determine recruitment strategy.
  2. Job Posted: (Policy 105) Recruiter posts position to Recruiting System.


Recruiters review applicants and determines best qualified for managers to review in Recruiting System.
  1. Candidates Apply: Candidates review available job postings and apply to job.
  2. HR Screenings: (Policies 111 & 606) Recruiter reviews, interviews and selects candidates to forward to hiring manager for consideration. Recruiter will review internal candidate employee file to verify transfer eligibility.


Hiring manager conducts interviews.
  1. Hiring Selection: (Policy 110) Hiring manager interviews and identifies a candidate for the position.


HR conducts background check on selected candidate.
  1. Background Check: (Policy 101


Candidate extended offer and position closed in Recruiting System.
  1. Offer: (policies 110 & 112) Candidate extended offer.
  2. Position Filled: Position is closed in Recruiting System.
  3. Candidate Notification: Candidates notified position is filled.


OnBoarding system is being evaluated and is tentatively planned for rollout in 2017.