Total number of ads: 12
- Postdocs: 0
- Tenure-track faculty: 2
- Temporary faculty: 5
- Lecturer positions: 2
- Staff positions: 3
- Ratio of US/non-US positions: 11 / 1
Beijing, China: Peking University (one of the most prominent universities in China) is hiring for its chemistry department ("the college of chemistry and molecular engineering"). They're looking for junior-level faculty.
New York, New York: Tell me, friends, Columbia is looking for an associate research scientist "with some postdoctoral or equivalent experience in synthesis and characterization of endofullerene derivatives of C60 and C70." Is this basically a postdoctoral position? I would like to hear from someone with direct or secondhand knowledge of Columbia's titling.
Wichita Falls, TX: Midwestern State University seeks a B.S. chemist to be a stockroom and inventory manager. Up to $37k! Woooo! (Actually, that's 5k over the median household income.)
Madison, NJ: Drew University seeks a Ph.D. organic chemist to be a 1-year assistant professor of organic chemistry.
Groundhog Day: Thomas Jefferson University's post-baccalaureate program for medical school is seeking a M.S./Ph.D. chemist to be a chemistry instructor. Desperate pre-meds, all day, everyday. Gee, I dunno.
Small college of the week: Arkansas Tech University (Russellville, AR, student population: 10,464, SA-LUTE!) is looking for a tenure-track professor of organic chemistry.