NC State is committed to equal opportunity
NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability or status as a protected veteran.
NC State promotes an integrated approach to problem solving that transforms lives and provides leadership for social, economic, and technological development across North Carolina and around the world. NC State’s land grant mission of teaching, research and service is dedicated to the service of North Carolina and its people. Applicants are encouraged to review the institution’s mission, vision and strategic plan, and consider how their background, interest and experience would enable them to support the university.
NC State strives to ensure that applicants, students, faculty, staff, and visitors are safe and not subject to further discrimination, harassment or retaliation regarding protected statuses or protected activities. Learn more here. Should you experience or witness discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, you have the option to file a report with NC State University’s Equal Opportunity and Equity Unit and/or NC State Police.
Persons with disabilities requesting accommodations in the application and interview process, please call 919.515.3148 or send an email to email@example.com.
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Administrative Services Building II, Suite 110
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
Phone: 919.515.2135 | Fax: 919.515.7543
President Biden’s Executive Order 14042 and subsequent guidance issued by the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force requires covered employees of federal contractors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
NC State is a leading research university with active federal contracts, and is subject to these requirements. As a result, applicants seeking positions determined to be covered by the federal directives must have received their final COVID-19 vaccination dose in the single or two-shot series by January 4, 2022, or by their first day of work, whichever is later, unless they request and are approved for a university-approved medical or religious accommodation. An individual is fully vaccinated two weeks after they have received the second dose in a two-dose series, or two weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine.
NC State will notify applicants who must meet the vaccination requirement during the recruitment process, and it is the applicant’s responsibility to meet the requirements by providing proof of vaccination or by obtaining an exemption.See NC State’s
Protect the Pack website for more information on the university’s employee vaccination requirements.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The NC State Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (.pdf) is available via download, via hard copy, by request, at the University Police Department, or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
H-1B regulations require an employer to notify all affected employees of its intent to hire H-1B/E-3 nonimmigrant workers and the terms of that employment, as specified in the Labor Condition Application (LCA) filed with the U.S. Department of Labor. The LCA informs affected employees of their rights and ability to file complaints if they believe violations have occurred. NC State University employees may now, and until further notice, view/access electronic LCA notices (referred to as Notices of Intent to File) via the following link: Labor Condition Application (LCA) Notices.
NC State uses E-Verify to confirm employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. Visit the E-Verify website to learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities.