Freeport, TX: BASF is looking for a B.S./M.S. chemist with 6+ years experience in plant support to be a QC/QA specialist. You'll be in the acrylic monomers business unit.
Sunnyvale, CA: Serious Materials, Inc. is a startup working on liquid crystals and other polymeric materials. They're looking for a B.S./M.S./Ph.D. chemist or materials scientist.
Experience matters: Genentech is looking for a senior Ph.D. analytical chemist to run their analytical support group within Discovery Chemistry. 10+ years experience in drug discovery desired.
Also, Genentech is looking for a Ph.D. organic chemist for its process chemistry group. 1-5 years of experience desired, although the following is a little confusing:
Candidates with over nine years of experience and significant industry accomplishments in terms of marketed products/industrial innovation will be considered for the Senior Scientist role.
Look, if you got a Ph.D. with over nine years experience and all of these industry accomplishments, shouldn't you be offering a fairly senior title? "Associate Principal Scientist" would seem to be appropriate.
Over there: Shanghai Syncores Technologies ("a wholly owned subsidiary of Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals") is looking for group leaders, from bench-level to senior VP. 5+ years experience in the pharmaceutical industry desired.
MERRRRRRRRRCK!: Are you a chemist? Do you like chemistry? Merck wants to know if you want to be a senior tax analyst in New Jersey or a customer category manager in Bentonville, Arkansas (working with WalMart, no doubt.) Look, folks, are you freakin' kidding me?