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University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Reviews
What is it like working at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)?
Program Director, Healthcare:
Great benefits including tuition assistance to improve educational qualifications. Lots of room for upward mobility. Continued improvements made for manager relationship with staff. Supportive environment. Payscale is within reason for the region.
Office Assistant in Birmingham:
Pros: I like the department I work in. The people are very nice and helpful.
Cons: I don't like have to wait for a bus to take me to my car. Communication is extremely poor.
Training Officer in Birmingham:
Overall my experience has been positive. They tend to promote supervisors that won’t have an opinion and some enjoy writing people up for very small issues. The free tuition definitely makes up for the trouble you will experience at the department. People leave in groups and the university refuses to replace the administration. I would wait until a new administration is established before coming to the department. If you do come here keep your head down and know you will need no ambition or choice in your career.
"Challenging, never boring."
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Birmingham:
Pros: My work has been appreciated by my Supervisor and I recently received a promotion. I appreciate my Supervisor because she encourages me to learn more and progress in my field.
Cons: Some of the office culture is unprofessional
"I enjoy having to wake up at 5am."
Patient Care Technician in Birmingham:
Pros: Since I started my job I have been looking forward to my next shift. The staff in the ED creates an environment to help me learn and ask questions. The hands on experience I have done have been more than what I expected. For once I love coming to working and telling people where I work and what I do.
Cons: You have to pay for parking then take a shuttle to a bus stop a block away from your building entrance