Good morning! Between July 21 and July 25, there were 39 new positions posted on the ACS Careers website. Of these, 8 (21%) were academically connected.
Hmmm: BMS is hiring Ph.D. biochemists for cell culture process development, it appears. 8 positions, all on the East Coast.
Suit me up: Budd Larner is a law firm in Short Hills, NJ and environs. They're looking for a M.S./Ph.D. chemist to be a scientific advisor (most likely for a patent agent position.) No training required, looks like.
Workin' for the man: NIH is looking a M.S./Ph.D. chemist for a drug discovery project managment position; this is part of their CNS 'virtual pharma' project. Let us hope the drugs are not virtual very long.
Welcome back, Ian: Pfizer is looking for a M.S./Ph.D. chemist to run the NMR facility/structure elucidation group that works with the medicinal chemist. First Groton position in a very, very, very long time (1 year?) and first Pfizer position in a while, too.
And the College World Series, too!: Sygenta in Omaha, NE is looking for a B.S./M.S./Ph.D. analytical chemist to perform plant support roles. Sounds like a challenging position for someone.
Taste and see: Tate and Lyle is looking for an experienced M.S./Ph.D. chemist for a flavor analysis position; "understanding of carbohydrate chemistry in food systems and familiarity with sensory methodologies" is desired. Think you get free Diet Coke?
Des Plaines, IL: UOP (a petroleum products company) desires a Ph.D. chemist to be a Catalysis and Materials group leader; you'll be working with a "vibrant team of inorganic chemists, physical chemists, and chemical engineers." Vibrant!