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Vice Presidency of Human Resources

All persons recruited will be required to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate. The exemption to presenting the certificate must be documented with medical evidence in case of a medical exemption and a notarized sworn statement in case of an exemption for religious reasons. 

The Vice Presidency of Human Resources is committed to offering excellent service to the university community and achieving the maximum development of our human talent. Our work centers around effectively responding to the needs of our university in terms of recruitment, growth, and retention of capable human resources in all units of the organization.

This vice presidency promotes a diverse work environment, a principle of respect and high-performance standards, within an organizational culture centered on values, confidence, open and honest communication, collaboration, high quality, continuous learning and innovation.

Recruitment of personnel

The Recruitment Division of the Vice Presidency of Human Resources is in charge of identifying and attracting the most qualified candidates to occupy positions at Universidad Ana G. Méndez (UAGM).  Those interested in being considered for an administrative or faculty position can access the UAGM Talen Bank on this link:  Electronic Employment Application.  To be part of the International Group, click here.

To see Employment Opportunities and evaluate vacant positions, click here.

According to UAGM’s Recruitment Policy and Equal Employment Opportunity policy, any person who completes the electronic employment application and meets the minimum requirements of the position shall be considered a candidate. 

Those interested in occupying an administrative or faculty position must fill out an electronic application for each position for which they qualify and want to be considered.

UAGM’s policy ensures equal employment opportunities and will not discriminate against any employee or employment applicant for reasons of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, real or perceived sexual orientation, national origin, military status, status as a protected veteran, physical or mental disability, social condition, age, civil status, political ideas, status as a victim of domestic violence or stalking, and any other characteristic protected under local, state or federal law. Any person with a disability that wishes to make special arrangements to attend an interview should contact the Human Resources Recruitment Division at (787) 751-0178, extension 7209, or at

UAGM complies with an Affirmative Action Plan that promotes and guarantees a fair and just treatment to all employment applicants and employees, without any kind of distinction, thus providing equal employment opportunities. The Affirmative Action Plan is available for inspection by any applicant or employee at the Recruitment Division during working hours, or by prior appointment. 


UAGM’s administrative personnel and faculty can click here to see the services offered by the Vice Presidency of Human Resources.