This Human Resource website is designed to acquaint you with information about the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama. This site does not constitute an offer of employment.
Ina Cooley, SHRM-PC, PHR
Human Resource Manager
2121 3rd Avenue North
P.O. Box 12047 (35202-2047)
Birmingham, AL 35203
(205) 776-7189 Fax
DIOCESAN AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
Alabama is an “at will” state. “At Will” is a legal concept that holds that an employment relationship is “at the will” of both the employer and employee. An Employment "at will" relationship can be terminated by either party without cause, with or without notice, at any time. Employees of the Diocese not under written contract for a specific term or a specific project are employees “at will.”
APPLYING FOR WORK
DIOCESE PARISH/SCHOOL DOWNLOADABLE APPLICATION
Employment offers are contingent upon successful reference checks, background screening and drug screens. E-verify is also required. We appreciate your interest in working for the Diocese of Birmingham, and pray you have every success in finding employment that will be meaningful to you.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The concept of equal employment opportunity is consistent with Diocesan philosophy and in accord with the principles of Christian social justice, which affirm that all persons should receive recognition of their personal dignity and worth. In keeping with this belief, the Diocese strives to provide opportunities for employment on the basis of relevant qualifications, without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, veterans or persons with disabilities.
The diocese prohibits discrimination by any employee (regardless of status or classification) of any other employee upon the basis of race, sex, pregnancy, national origin, religion, veterans, disability, and/or any other discriminatory basis prohibited by federal law.
The Diocese of Birmingham hires only persons who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States, and voluntarily performs E-verify.
While this contains general legal principles, they are not to be understood to provide legal advice on any specific case or dispute.