Happy Groundhog Day! Our Tuesday Birmingham business predictions

do something great Happy Groundhog Day! Our Tuesday Birmingham business predictions

As our northern neighbors experience snowy conditions, Punxsutawney Phil still managed to spot his shadow this morning, forecasting six more weeks of winter. Personally, I’m waiting to hear what Birmingham Jill has to say about the matter. 

Given this week’s chilly weather, I wouldn’t be mad about an early spring. As we wait on the whims of Mother Nature, let’s fill this morning with a little less speculatory news, including open jobs, business events and buzzy info.

A few things we can predict

🌟 More vaccination sites. 💉 UAB announced it will soon offer three appointment-only COVID-19 vaccination sites in Jefferson County. Parker High School and the Hoover Met are joining the current downtown UAB Hospital-Highlands site as community vaccination locations.

🌟  Snow. snow and more snow. At least 20 inches is expected to accumulate by the time the snowfall ends in NYC on Tuesday. According to James Spann, there’s a chance Alabama could see snow as well, but the jury is still out.

🌟  A historic nomination. The Black Lives Matter movement was nominated for a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. Celebrate this news and Black History Month with events across Alabama.

Hot Jobs 🔥

Hiring? Post your job. Looking? See listings.

🚨Job Fair Alert 🚨 Get in on the ground floor at The Valley Hotel, Homewood’s newest boutique hotel opening later this month. An in-person job fair is coming up on Thursday, Feb. 4 from 2-6PM for all front-of-house restaurant positions. Hurry, walk-ins are welcome, pre-register here, remember to bring your mask, then show off that Southern hospitality! Sponsored by Valor Hospitality Partners

Staff Nurse Behavioral Health Lakeshore @ Children’s Hospital. Apply.

Environmental Services Aide/Housekeeping @ Children’s Hospital. Apply.

Sr Financial Systems Analyst @ Children’s Hospital. Apply.

Renal Dialysis Nurse Specialist @ Children’s Hospital. Apply.

Lactation Consultant @ Children’s Hospital. Apply.

Sponsored by: Children’s Hospital

In Home Sales Expert @
AT&T. Apply.

Inside Sales Specialist @ SIMON Markets LLC. Apply

Furniture Maker @ Alabama Sawyer. Apply

AmeriCorps Members for St. Clair County @ YWCA. Apply

Sponsored by: YWCA

Benefits Consultant @ EBSCO Industries. Apply

Senior Accountant @ EBSCO Industries. Apply.

Online Marketing Manager @ EBSCO Industries. Apply

Sponsored by: EBSCO Industries

Summer 2021 Internship@ SIMON Markets LLC. Apply

Experienced Line Cook @ Bottega. Apply.

Account Executive @ Broadly. Apply.

Sales Development Representative @
Fleetio. Apply

Director of Scholar Success (SPED Coordinator) @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Learning Specialists (Literacy) @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Learning Specialists (Math) @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Kindergarten Teacher @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

First Grade Teacher @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Second Grade Teacher @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Third Grade Teacher @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Fourth Grade Teacher @ Legacy Prep. Apply.

Sponsored by: Legacy Prep

Featured Job 🌟

Director of Marketing @ Williams Blackstock Architects. Apply
Who’s hiring? A regional architectural firm.
What will I do? The director of marketing role will lead, manage, and execute the firm’s strategic marketing plan including coalescing the brand, internal and external firm communications, and public relations initiatives for a creative design firm.
What do I need? A self-starting and creative talent with a degree in marketing, and 5-8 years of agency experience.

What’s pulling rank in the business world?

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Shelf awareness 📚

Consider your weekend booked. #DYK 💡 Birmingham is filled with notable novelists? Support your local author when you read these poems, memoirs and novels

Preservation is the new pink 🌸

A historical and adorable part of Homewood is here to stay. At least, that’s what new owners of the famous Pink House & Secret Garden are aiming the achieve. Tune in today, February 2, as they make their case to the Homewood Planning Commission and hear how they plan to keep the historical site preserved.

This is not a drill 👷‍♀️

But the event might involve one! Power UP: It’s A Mother Daughter Thing! is going virtual for its sixth annual networking opportunity. But it still hits the nail on the head for teaching 6th-12th grade girls about construction careers. Registration is open and ready to help you build your construction career brick by brick. Sponsored by Central Six AlabamaWorks!

Spread L-O-V-E with APC 💞

Remember passing around valentines in school? The tradition carries on through the Addiction Prevention Coalition’s Project Holiday Hope campaign. Send some love and encouragement to those struggling with substance abuse issues with a hand-written card. Find out how you can make someone smile hereSponsored by: Addiction Prevention Coalition

Tastes of the trade 🤤

When this food comes out so do the cameras. These local food stylists are plating portions to perfection and we *had* to learn their secrets to Instagram-worthy dishes. Phone eats first just found a whole new meaning.

Bring on the business events
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Black Tech Takeover presented by Birmingham Black Techies 
Date: Tuesday, February 3-5
Time: All day
Price: Free

Budgeting/Finance 101 Webinar presented by Legacy Builders Wealth Management
Date: Tuesday, February 2
Time: 6-7PM
Price: Free

Breakfast Club presented by TechBirmingham
Date: Thursday, February 4
Time: 8-9AM
Price: Free

All Your BASE Are Belong To Us presented by BASE (Birmingham Area Software Enthusiasts)
Date: Thursday, February 4
Time: 5:30-7:30
Price: Free

WWCode Huntsville + Secure Coding Tournament presented by Women Who Code Huntsville
Date:Saturday, February 6
Time: 2PM
Price: Free

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