Job Orders is the posting of jobs in the area of intended employment on an internet system. The Foreign Labor Certification programs require employers to post a job with the State Department of Labor. The State Department of Labor (DOL)/State Workforce Agency (SWA) will post this job request on the Delaware Joblink (DJL).
Once the FLC Unit has received the job order form, the form will be reviewed and processed with all pertinent information by the SWA. This form will be the proof of posting and it will be sent back to the requestor. A deficiency/correction letter will be sent out if any corrections need to be made.
Contact local union(s) where employer is a party to a collective bargaining agreement.
To view and print any job order, visit the Delaware JobLink (DJL).
Instruction in retrieving the job order is stated below:
- Go to website - https://joblink.delaware.gov
- On the right hand side of the page. Look under Quick Search
- Type Keyword and Click on Locations
- Click on Job
OR Register then Search Job Order by Job Order Number
PERM & H-1B Programs
To post a job order for the above programs, go to Job Order Form, fill out, print, and submit by email. Once the SWA/FLC has received the form, it will be processed with all pertinent information by the SWA and form will be the proof of posting. All items on the forms need to be completed clearly. Retain the document for your records. Lawyer/Agent should not be the contact person because this is a conflict of interest.
One of the pre-filing recruitment activities is to post a job order in connection with a future H-2B application. To request a H-2B job order form , for a H-2B job order to be posted. All items on the forms need to be completed clearly. Retain the document for your records. Lawyer/Agent should not be the contact person because this is a conflict of interest. Minimum job order content requirements:
- Employer's name
- Geographic area(s) of employment with specificity to apprise US workers of any travel requirements
- Description of job opportunity with particularity
- Expected start and end dates of employment
- Work hours and days
- Minimum education and/or experience requirements
- Wage offer or range of applicable wage offers
- Indication the job is "temporary"
- Total number of job openings
- A statement that overtime work will be available (if applicable)
- A statement that on-the-job training will be provided by the employer (if applicable)
- A statement that transportation will be provided by the employer (if applicable)
The job order period will not be less than 10 days and should be placed no more than 120 days before the date of need.
All applicants referred by the SWA will be verified through the I-9 employment verification process. Employment Verification is the verifying of identity and employment eligibility, this was established by INA S274A (b). Employer will receive documentation certifying the verification of any referrals that were referred by the SWA. All records will be kept at the SWA. Those verified referrals will be sent to the employer to be interviewed. Chicago NPC will be notified and sent this information.