LCA Postings

To All Employees:

Notice is hereby given in compliance to 20 CFR § 655.734 that a Labor Condition Application (ETA 9035E) for an H-1B nonimmigrant worker is being filed with the United States Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, United States Employment Service for the employment of nonimmigrant worker in the occupational classification under the terms and conditions as set forth in the annexed copy of the Labor Condition Application.

 Number of H-1B Aliens sought: 1

 Department:    Physics and Astronomy

                        Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602

 Position Title: Assistant Professor of Physics

 Department of Labor Occupational Classification Number: 25-1054

 Salary:  $87,500 - $105,020 per year

 Dates of Employment: 01/14/2021-01/13/2024

Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the Labor Condition Application and / or failure to comply with the terms of the Labor Certification Application may be filed with any office of the Wage & Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor.

This electronic notice will be posted for at least ten (10) consecutive days on the Brigham Young University Physics and Astronomy website from July 29, 2020-August 10, 2020.

The ETA 9035E will be available for public inspection at Brigham Young University in the Office of the General Counsel upon request.

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