Temporary Employment

Interested in temporary employment?

Please apply here

Managers interested in requesting a temporary employee, please click here.

After you apply with Temporary Services, we will contact you if we need additional information or would like to schedule an interview for a possible job assignment.

Temporary Services hires temporary employees on a part-time or full-time basis for any hour of the day, including weekends. We provide employee opportunities in the following areas: 

  • Accounting & Finance Services
  • Administrative & Office Support Services
  • Environmental Services
  • Food & Nutrition Services
  • Hospitality & Guest Services
  • Patient Care Services
  • Medical Billing & Coding Services
  • Maintenance & Warehousing Services
  • Dental Support Services
  • Information Technology (IT) Services
  • Laboratory Support Services
  • Clinical Research Services
  • Scientific Research Services

All applicants who are offered and accept a position with UAB Temporary Services that will be assigned to engagements within UAB Medicine will be tested for nicotine during a regular pre-employment drug screen. Applicants who have cotinine levels above the threshold will have their employment offer rescinded. Those who test positive are welcomed to re-apply after 60 days.  

The above policy does not apply to those Temporary Services employees on assignment with UAB University Campus.


My Health Rewards

MyHealthRewards-logoBuilding a healthier UAB starts with YOU!
As a part of our ongoing efforts to improve the health of our faculty and staff, UAB is pleased to offer this new health screening initiative designed to improve overall employee health risk and reward faculty and staff based on improved or maintained health risk levels.


fitness challengeJoin us every Tuesday in May from 5:15 - 6:15 p.m. in the WP Atrium for zumba and walking to and from Railroad Park (if inclement weather, we will walk the indoor UAB Trails). *First 200 participants will receive a pedometer to calculate each step. View more information here. 

The Farm Stand is Back!

veggiesThe Farm Stand will be bringing fresh fruits and vegetables and other delicious treats to UAB each week. This year Boozer Farms will be operating The Farm Stand 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday.

Participate in the Blazer Bowling League

bowlingBlazer Bowling League Kick-off Party is Tuesday, May 6, 2015 from 6:30-9:00 p.m.
The league is open for UAB faculty, staff, students, alumni, as well as UAB friends and family members. This league is for beginners as well as experienced bowlers, so don't be shy if this is the first time you've joined a bowling league. Click for more information!

The Circulation Network

stethoscopeJoin the Circulation Network for a series of lunch and learns led by Dr. Tonya Breaux-Shropshire. You can meet others living with hypertension, talk about what it’s like to have the disease, learn how others are dealing it, and obtain peer and professional support. The group meets on the second Tuesday of each month in West Pavilion Conference Center Room C from noon – 1 pm.

Cycliad bicycle challenge to benefit the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center

Cycliad Logo RD1Cycliad is a one-of-a-kind, 1,300-mile, four-weekend cycling challenge that begins in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on April 10 and ends in Birmingham on May 3. In addition to celebrating the completion of this cycling challenge, the Birmingham community has a unique opportunity to participate through the Community Ride, which supports a critical patient-navigator program for patients of the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. Visit cycliad.com and click on the Birmingham Event icon to sign up for the Birmingham Community Ride.

UAB Windows into Wellness


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