Do you get into raves for free?: Cyalume Technologies (the lightstick makers) is looking for a M.S. chemist to be a lead senior chemist. Looks like a combination of QC and development work.
Yeah, that: National Oilwell Varco is looking for a B.S./M.S. chemist at its Houston, TX location. You'll be, uh, well, check it out:
This position is predominantly responsible for the research and development of new products and technologies related to the NOV Tuboscope Coating Product Line. Performance testing of both commercial and experimental products utilizing FTIR spectroscopy, Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Thermogravimetric Analysis, Liquid Chromatography, Gas Chromatography and various ASTM type physical test.Uh, good luck with your tuboscope. Polymer chemistry / coating formulation experience desired.
Do you get free toothpaste?: Procter and Gamble is recruiting for its annual doctoral student internship program. 20-30 positions available. Apply by April 15th! Internships can possibly lead to staff positions (why don't more companies do this?)
Torrance, CA: Phenomenex is looking for a Ph.D. analytical chemist to perform R&D into new separation technologies; 3 years of sol-gel (what's that?) experience desired.
Cambridge, MA: Vertex is looking for a formulation scientist. Here are the desired qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: A PhD or MS degree with a life science concentration (educational concentrations in chemistry, pharmaceutics or engineering). 0-5 (PhD) or 3+ (MS) years pharmaceutical industry experience.
Experience working with small molecule new chemical entities (NCEs) for oral delivery. Experience with formulation development of poorly soluble compounds would be advantageous. Proven experience managing the scale-up and manufacturing of solid oral dosage forms. Proven ability to apply the principles of the basic sciences, such as physical and organic chemistry, thermodynamics, and materials science, to preformulation and formulation development, using a rational, scientific approach.