Welcome to Human Resources

Madelaine KelseyAt Post University, we realize that the hiring process is an investment of your time and energy. That’s why we put special emphasis on making your experience a great one. You can count on us to treat you with the same consideration we would treat any of our valued team members. I hope you’ll explore the many great job opportunities available at Post University starting today!

I also know that searching for a new career opportunity is not always easy. So, I’ve asked a couple of our experts to provide some tips on how to make the most of your Post University job search. I’ve even added three of my own: 


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Applying to Post University is easy. Post University’s online system allows you to view and apply for current jobs and to upload your resume.


Post University’s recruitment process is dynamic, tailored specifically to each candidate as you enter the hiring process. Once you have applied to a current open position and are found to be qualified, a recruiter will contact you directly to start the interview process.


To prepare for a successful interview, make sure your credentials and other paperwork are in order. Create a professional resume that profiles important education, relevant experience and career highlights. Anticipate being asked for permission to conduct a background investigation. The permission form may require you to list all of your prior addresses for the past five to seven years, so keep this information with you. Be on time! Punctuality at your first meeting with a potential employer is crucial. And follow up. Whether it’s by email or regular mail, it’s essential that you send a thank you note to the person who interviewed you, and cc the Human Resources office.

We look forward to getting to know you better and learning more about how we might be able to work together to achieve your personal and professional goals.

Warm regards,

Madelaine Kelsey
Director of Human Resources