Employment Opportunities

H-1B Posting Notice


This notice is to advise that:

An H-1B nonimmigrant worker is being sought to work at Arizona State University through the filing of a Labor Condition Application with the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor.


Number of employees:                      One

Job Classification:                             Assistant Research Scientist

SOC code:                                          19-1021.00 – Biochemists and Biophysicists

Wage offered:                                    $67,000 per fiscal year

Period of employment:                     07/01/2021 through 06/30/2023

Employment Location(s):                School of Molecular Sciences

Arizona State University

                                                            500 E University Ave

                                                            Tempe, AZ 85287

The referenced labor condition application is available for public inspection at the International Students and Scholars Office, Arizona State University, Discovery Hall, 250 East Lemon Street, Tempe, Arizona 85287-2812.

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

The Arizona State University Labor Condition Application for an H-1B nonimmigrant worker was posted electronically on the School of Molecular Sciences internal electronic job board for a period of ten (10) consecutive business days, from 1/15/2021 to 1/29/2021.

Student Jobs

Teaching Assistant (TA)

Each semester, the School of Molecular Sciences accepts applications for part time (~10 hours per week) and full-time (~20 hours per week) undergraduate TA positions. Undergraduate TAs receive a salary of $12.50 per hour, while gaining valuable teaching experience in our lower-division (100 and 200-level) courses. If you have a strong academic background, have completed coursework through at least Organic Chemistry, are enrolled in at least one unit of classes at ASU, and have exceptional verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, you are encouraged to apply.

Applications are accepted year-round and considered 1-2 weeks before each academic semester.

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Government Sponsored Summer Research Opportunities

The National Institutes of Health sponsors a Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research.  These programs allow students to work on cutting-edge research projects and gain exposure to emerging techniques in biochemistry, molecular biology and chemical analysis. Applicants must be Lawful Permanent Residents or citizens of the United States.

Another type of internship is a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)sponsored by the National Science Foundation. REUs are held at various academic institutions throughout the United States. Students work with university faculty members on projects in a variety of topics related to chemistry and biochemistry.  Applicants must be Lawful Permanent Residents or citizens of the United States.

The US Department of Energy also funds Science Undergraduate Internships (SULI) at a number of national laboratories across the United States.  The program seeks to encourage undergraduates and recent graduates to pursue STEM careers by providing research experiences at Department of Energy laboratories.  The focus of the research varies depending on the location of the laboratory.  Summer internships are 10 weeks long. Fall and spring internships are also available. Applicants must be Lawful Permanent Residents or citizens of the United States.

NASA Internships provide the opportunity for students to work with career scientists in mentor-directed, degree-related projects.  Summer internships are 10 weeks long.  Fall and spring internships are also available.  Applicants must be US citizens.

The opportunities listed above are just a few of the many experiential programs sponsored by the United States government for undergraduates pursuing degrees in science.  A complete listing of research opportunities can be found on the Gateway to Federal Opportunities for Undergraduate Students.  Check it out!