Keep Birmingham in your scope with fresh jobs and business resources

Birmingham
Photo via @cotton_state on Instagram

Looking for a new job? Keep the Magic City in focus. Birmingham is as busy as ever, so we’ve pulled together some job and business resources just for you. Read on.

Hiring? Post your job. Looking? See listings.

Want to receive weekly job listings in Birmingham? Sign up for our FREE newsletter!


We’d love your feedback!

When you answer just a few quick questions in the Bham Now Survey, you’ll be entered to win cool prizes with a value of $500. We promise, it will be painless. Participate now


Hot Jobs

Senior Lash Artist @ Eye Lash & Beauty Spa. Apply

Platform Specialist @ SIMON Markets LLC. Apply

Warehouse Worker @ Hinkle Metals and Supply. Apply


Youth Development AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply

Pell City Shelter AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply.

Homelessness Prevention AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply

Family Resource Center AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply

Educational Support AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply

Domestic Violence Support AmeriCorps Members @ YWCA. Apply

DMC Center for Civic Life @ YWCA. Apply

AmeriCorps After School Enrichment Program Specialists @ YWCA. Apply.

Sponsored by:


Customer Service Representative I @ AT&T. Apply

Sponsored by:

Birmingham, AT&T

Tax Accountant @ EBSCO Industries. Apply

Software Engineer @ EBSCO Industries. Apply

Sr. Software Engineer @ EBSCO Industries. Apply

Sponsored by:

Birmingham, Ebsco Industries

Mark your calendars for these upcoming job fairs

Buzzy in Birmingham 

Future Global Leader

Photo courtesy of @nci on Unsplash

There’s a new project in the works for UAB, and it could have a major impact on Birmingham. The $75 million project includes the building of a genomic medicine and research center and will help UAB continue its establishment as a global leader in medical research. The renovation also has the potential to bring a significant number of jobs to the Magic City. Full story.

Contact Tracing Rises 

Birmingham
Case numbers are high. Graphic via Alabama Department of Public Health

Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in and around Birmingham. The result: an increase in contact tracing. Part of the public health network, contact tracing is designed to help stop chains of disease transmission. Why does this matter and how do you become a contact tracer? Find out

Mixed-Use Development Eyes Downtown

Birmingham, Wiggins Building
Wiggins Building. Photo via Nathan Watson for Bham Now

Another historic building in downtown Birmingham will soon see renovations. The 114-year-old building, which most recently housed Etheridge Brother & Sister Barber & Beauty Shop, will become a mixed-use development. 

Owned by Victor Wiggins, president of the Wiggins Building Corporation, a general contractor based out of Vestavia, has plans to update the building with retail and office space, four loft-style apartments + more. More details.

An Atypical School Year

Birmingham, UAB, students
What’s changing due to COVID. Photo via UAB’s Facebook page

Things will look a lot different for students attending college this Fall. In an effort to provide a safe learning environment, local and state colleges are instilling new plans for the upcoming semester. From online learning to limiting the amount of students allowed in on-campus classrooms, here’s what we know so far

Sidewalk Film partners with local law firm with grant in mind

Through a shared goal of amplifying Black voices in film, Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema and the Law Firm of Stacey A. Davis have partnered to create the Black Lens Filmmaker Grant

The grant recipient will be awarded: $1,000 cash prize funded by The Law Firm of Stacey A. Davis1-year director’s membership to the Sidewalk Film Center + Cinema ($2,500 value + 1 free year of education/outreach programs)The deadline for applications is August 1. Apply now

Business Events 

Birmingham, jobs, webinars, Zoom, work at home
Workin’ hard. Photo via Big Marker

It’s Totally Normal

TechBirmingham’s popular webinar series, Navigating the New Normal, is back again. This week, they’ll be diving into AWS migration with Chris Chapman, a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. 

  • Date: Tuesday, June 30
  • Time: Noon-1PM
  • Price: FREE
  • Register

Imperfectly Perfect

Feeling timid? There’s no better time to throw yourself into those uncomfortable situations and come over stronger and bolder. Tune in to the second installment of Mixtroz’s Imperfect Conversations – A Time for Collision, Community & Connection.

  • Date: Tuesday, June 30
  • Time: 7:30-8PM
  • Price: FREE
  • Register

The Innovation 411

There’s a new speaker series to check out—Zoom In, Move Forward: Highlighting Innovation Across Alabama. Listen to featured speakers Dennis Leonard and Estes Hughes from Alabama Launchpad as they fill you in on some of the state’s innovators creating must-know transformational projects.

  • Date: Monday July 6 + Monday July 20
  • Time: 3-4PM
  • Price: FREE
  • Register

Get Ahead of the Game

Register now for TechBirmingham’s Race After Technology Watch Party happening Tuesday, July 22. 


Got jobs? We’ll promote ’em. Contact us!

Want to receive weekly job listings in Birmingham? Sign up for our FREE newsletter!