Job Search Resources
To aid the unemployed job seekers, BSHRM put together a list of the top Internet resources that Human Resource professionals use when searching for a job or when searching to fill an opening.  Also included are local job lines, networking opportunities and other job search tools.  This information is not endorsed or recommended by BSHRM, but is provided as a resource in your job search.


Websites and Social Media

In addition to the jobs posted on, you may click one of the links below to search for career opportunities and check out website services. These sites are not endorsed or recommended by BSHRM, but are provided as a resource in your job search.


Local links: – govt. positions Jefferson Co - training – African Americans in HR - website information provided by the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. - provides tons of information for current and prospective human resource graduate students. A master’s degree in human resources provide classes in human relations management and law that can eventually lead to work in upper-level governmental or corporate positions. Students who pursue a campus-based or online PhD in human resources may also find opportunities to affect public policy and human relations legislation.


National links: - total rewards – training – National Assoc of African Americans in HR – federal govt jobs – recruiter jobs – nonprofit center – check out the bshrm group, career assistance ministry network and many others


Job Lines
This list only includes a sampling of those job lines available in the Birmingham area and the companies are not endorsed or recommended by BSHRM, but are provided to assist in job search efforts.

Alabama Power 1(800) 457-2981
Alacare Home Health (205) 981-8000
American Family Care (205) 421-2141
Buffalo Rock/Pepsi (205) 944-4181
Local Govt positions (205) 279-3500, option 3
Russell Medical (256) 329-7875

Instruction Guides and Tips for Using Social Media

Linked In – To get started and learn how to use the website, click “About LinkedIn” and “Learning Center”.  

Career Assistance Network - Founded in 2009, the Career Assistance Network-Birmingham is a volunteer effort to put career resources -- community and career counselors, faith based organizations, professional organizations (BSHRM) and staffing firms in one place.  It's Birmingham's One-Stop Shop for Career Assistance Ministries and career resources