Notice of Labor Certification
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|NOTICE OF PERMANENT LABOR CERTIFICATION APPLICATION FILING AT|
NC STATE UNIVERSITY
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Professor
POSITION DUTIES: Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, including ECG 505 (Microeconomic ANalysis), ECG 765 (Mathematical Method for Economics), and EC 490 (Research Seminar in Economics); maintaining an active program of research that leads to publications in high-quality, peer-reviewed referred journals; and participating in departmental service activities.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Must have a PhD in Economics and Coursework or experience in school choice/student exchange matching problems; coursework or experience in microeconomics, game theory and mathematical economics; coursework or experience in experimental economics; coursework or experience in computer programming in Metlab and Z-tree; and coursework or experience in linear and non-linear optimization.
LOCATION OF EMPLOYMENT (street address, city, state, zip): 2081 Founders Drive, Nelson Hall, Raleigh 27695
POSITION HOURS: Full-time, 40 Hours
CONTACT PERSON: Carolyn Smith
This notice was posted in compliance with 20 CFR 656.10(d). Any person may provide documentary evidence bearing on the application to the Certifying Officer of the U.S. Department of Labor at the following address:Certifying Officer
U.S. Department of Labor
Employment & Training Administration
233 Peachtree Street, Suite 410
Atlanta, GA 30303
This notice is being provided to workers in the place of intended employment by the following means: posting a clearly visible and unobstructed notice, for at least ten (10) consecutive business days, in conspicuous location(s) in the workplace, where the employer's U.S. workers can readily read the posted notice, including but not limited to locations in the immediate vicinity of the wage and hour notices.