More analyst positions: DuPont is looking for a couple more analytical chemists: a M.S./Ph.D. position in Mobile, AL performing analytical method development and plant support and a M.S./Ph.D. position in Midland, MI being a GC/LC subject matter expert and a GLP study director.
Bartlesville, OK: Chevron is looking for a Ph.D. chemist to perform research into polymerization. Previous experience with polyolefin polymerization or Ziegler-Natta chemistry desired. Looks to be a entry-level position.
And a pony would be nice: A group at Harvard Medical School would like to hire a postdoc: "Projects focused on the design of molecularly defined living and inert surfaces that limit inflammation and thrombosis. Experience in bio-orthogonal chemistry, thin films, genetic engineering, and drug delivery is desirable." I'm going to guess that it's just one of those four fields. Otherwise, are you frickin' kidding me? This is like science fiction, where a character can have a Ph.D. in theoretical astrophysics and be a combat pilot, all before the age of 30 or so.
A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs.gov show 297, 632, 3550 and 95 positions respectively.