If you are not a member of academic staff then the Birmingham Professional includes YOU.

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All staff that are not academic staff members are defined as being members of professional services and therefore 'Birmingham Professionals'. This includes support staff, academic-related staff, technical staff, administrative staff, catering staff, estates and ground staff, nursery staff and security officers at ALL levels of the University.

There are around 3000 staff working in Professional Services in a huge variety of specialist, generalist, managerial, technical, manual and administrative roles.

The Birmingham Professional embraces the Strategic Framework values of excellence, distinctiveness, impact, pride, and confidence. It defines our expectations for Professional Services staff and outlines a programme of activites that facilitates achieving those expectations. It builds on work already underway around capabilities, performance management, development and communications as well as including several new initiatives.

If you are looking to become involved in University projects, volunteer for opportunities outside your current role, or go on a secondment the Birmingham Professional could help you. 

 Lee Sanders, Registrar and Secretary  "Being a Birmingham Professional means taking personal responsibility for seeking information through all the channels available to you. If you are ambitious, demonstrate your ability, seek out opportunities to shine because progression is dependent upon performance"

Meet some of our Birmingham Professionals

Download the Birmingham Professional brochure



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Tell us about your experience of using our new intranet pages. Did you find what you were looking for? Have you learnt something new today? Or do you wish we could improve your intranet experience?

Developing these intranet pages will be ongoing and, if you share your view and ideas, it will help us to continue to improve this important resource for the benefit of the entire University community.

We also welcome your comments on university internal communications in general. Email the team or pick up the phone 0121 414 6680. You can also tweet us. Whichever way you decide to get in touch we look forward to hearing what you have to say.

If you have a technical question you can contact our IT colleagues as they are much better at that stuff than we are!