Good morning! Between September 21 and September 23, there were 26 new positions posted on the ACS Careers website. Of these, 11 (42%) are academically connected.
Woburn, MA: Organix is a privately-help organic chemistry CRO; they're advertising for postdocs. Curious to know if anyone has worked with/for them.
Fremont, CA: Bruker is looking for a B.S/M.S./Ph.D. chemist to perform technical support and teaching for its instruments; at least 3 years relevant experience desired.
Poor you: The Transportation Security Administration is looking for a Chief Scientist to "serve as TSA's expert in explaining the advances in science and technology for the detection of explosives, explosive devices, or components of such devices and how they can improve our ability to counter their use and resulting impacts." If you get the job, do you have to still take your shoes off at the airport?
Longmont, CO: Matheson Tri-Gas desires a Ph.D. chemist with knowledge in "fundamental reactions and interactions in silicon based semiconductor etch and chemical vapor deposition processes"; "Detailed knowledge on molecular modeling and molecular interactions between molecules and surfaces" desired. Sounds like a good position for someone.