State Workforce Authority/ SWA Job Order:
A “mandatory” step in the PERM process is to register the prospective employer at the relevant State Workforce Authority. This can be done online at any one of the State controlled websites, all of whom have a Job Order page, to date, some have subcontracted with America’s Job Exchange at jobcentral.org.
AILA members also have the added benefit of getting the documents in PDF form from the AILA website’s online library.
PERM-Ads.com can file your Job Order for a small fee, and forward all of the evidential printout directly to your office.
Requirements for filing a SWA job order:
Company FEIN (Federal Employment Identification Number)
Company address, job response contact, email & phone:
This information is required in order to register the sponsoring company before the actual SWA Job Order, and is usually not displayed, as the electronic filing procedure allows it to be suppressed, in order to afford the employer a choice as to how respondents contact the employer. SWA Registration allows an employer to post/edit/manage SWA Job Orders in that particular state.
Education, Training, Job Experience:
Please list in detail the relevant requirements for this job if they are not already specified in the ad text.
UIN (Unemployment Insurance Number)
Every SWA refers to this number differently. As an example, this number is referred to in California EDD# (Employment Development Department). It can range from 5-9 digits. It is usually required by most states to complete their Online registration.
Salary & Benefits
Whenever possible please include the salary on all requests. It may not be required for a particular state, but when it is, the electronic filing cannot be completed unless an actual number is specified. Benefits do not need to be listed, but it’s good to keep in mind the general benefits package.
SWA Websites Listed By State:
State SWA Main Site
State Agency Name
|Alabama||The Governor’s Office of Workforce Development|
|Alaska||AK Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development|
|Arizona||Arizona Department of Economic Security, Employment Administration|
|California||Employment Development Department|
|Colorado||Workforce Development Programs, Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment|
|Connecticut Job Order||Connecticut Department of Labor|
|Delaware Job Order||Delaware DOL|
|District of Columbia||– Development, DC Department of Employment Services|
|Florida||Florida Agency for – Innovation|
|Georgia||Governor’s Office of – Development|
|Hawaii||Hawaii Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations|
|Idaho||Idaho Dept. of Labor|
|Indiana||Indiana Department of wk– Development|
|Iowa||Iowa w– Development|
|Kansas||Kansas Department of Commerce|
|Louisiana||Louisiana w- Commission|
|Massachusetts||Massachusetts Department of wk Development|
|Michigan||Michigan Bureau of wf Transformation|
|Minnesota||MN Dept. of Employment & Economic Development|
|Mississippi||Mississippi Department of Employment Security|
|Missouri||MO Division of – Development|
|Montana||Montana Department of Labor and Industry|
|Nebraska||Nebraska Department of Labor|
|Nevada Job Order||Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation|
|New Jersey||New Jersey DOL & – Development|
|New Mexico||New Mexico Dept. of Workforce Solutions|
|New York Job Order||New York State Department of Labor|
|North Carolina||NC Dept. of Commerce|
|North Dakota||Job Service North Dakota|
|Ohio||Ohio Dept. of Job and Family Services|
|Oklahoma||State Employment Security Commission|
|Oregon||Department of Community Colleges and – Development|
|Pennsylvania||Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry|
|South Dakota||South Dakota DOL|
|Tennessee||Tennessee Department of Labor & – Development|
|Virginia Job Order||Workforce Development Services|
|Washington||Washington State Employment Security Department|
|Wisconsin||Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development|
|Wyoming||Department of Workforce Services|