UAB Human Resources supports the mission of the University of Alabama at Birmingham by helping the state’s largest employer become the first choice for those who share our vision of a research university and academic health center that discovers, teaches and applies knowledge for the intellectual, cultural, social and economic benefit of Birmingham, the state and beyond.

Contact Human Resources and our departments directly for information about benefits, policies, employment and training opportunities between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CST. Persons using a TTY/TDD telecommunications device may contact AWARE.

Click here to view information on the Alternate Work Options Pilot Program


HR Updates

  • UAB employee vaccine requirement suspended

    To comply with multiple federal mandates, UAB and UAB Medicine implemented an employee COVID-19 vaccination requirement this fall. Specifically, Executive Order 14042 mandates that employees of federal contractors are required to be vaccinated...

  • 2021 UAB Security & Fire Safety Report now available online

    The 2021 UAB Annual Security & Fire Safety Report is now available online. To access it, you can go to the UAB Police Department website at uab.edu/police and click on “2021 UAB Annual Security & Fire Safety Clery Report” on the sidebar, or click...

  • Open Enrollment dates announced for 2022 UAB benefits

    The UAB Benefits Office has begun a step-by-step process of rolling out information regarding UAB’s 2022 benefit selections for eligible UAB, UAB Hospital and UAB Hospital Management LLC employees ahead of this year’s active Open Enrollment period....

  • UAB pilot program to explore alternate remote/hybrid work options

    The University of Alabama at Birmingham, with the input and support of UAB administration and the University of Alabama System Office, is launching a pilot program among Workgroup A staff in central administrative units to further explore possible...

  • Tier 2 employees to contribute more to retirement plan effective October 1

    The State of Alabama has enacted new legislation that will increase the amount of money Tier 2 members are required to contribute to their TRS retirement plans in the new fiscal year and also enable those members to convert sick leave to retirement service...