A nice office job: Alfa Aesar is looking for a B.S. chemist to be a catalog specialist; looks like you'll want a little laboratory experience.
A temporary bench job: Vertex, that longtime champion of ACS Careers, is looking for a temporary senior research scientist in medicinal chemistry. Check out this requirement: "Ph.D and 4-7 years of productive, relevant post doctoral employment experience, or MS and 7+ years of relevant employment experience, or BS and 10+ years of relevant employment experience."
Now that's like post post-doc, right? Right? P.S. It's for 90 days. Kthxbai.
A job with a reactor: BASF desires a B.S./M.S./Ph.D. chemist to run a Temporal Analysis of Products reactor; experience with that reactor or surface science / catalysis experience desired.
A job we've seen before: Avon Products is looking for a Ph.D. medicinal chemist to work on "identification and acquisition of novel bioactive ingredients that can be used in skin care products", among other things. Experience in pharma or personal care ingredients desired, as well as experience in product development. I guess they haven't found someone they like yet.
A job in the Big D: UT Southwestern Medical Center wishes to hire B.S./M.S. medicinal chemists. Wanted to work in academia? Here's your chance!
Another job in Texas: Nalco (in Sugar Land, TX, not to be confused with the band) is looking for an experienced B.S./M.S./Ph.D. analytical chemist. SEM/EDS experience desired, whatever that is.
A job that's all wrong: Bad Kelly! After a long, long time of doing things the right way, they let one slip through. Are you a chemist? Do you like chemistry? How about being a certified pathologist's assistant, where you will "triage and accessioning surgical specimens in accordance with established procedures." Big sigh.