East Walpole, MA: Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics is looking for a Ph.D. organic chemist with experience in chemiluminescence. 2+ years experience desired.
Are you on the journey?: BASF is hiring a Ph.D. chemist with 3+ years experience in graphene research and gas-phase synthesis of carbon materials. They've an interesting way of putting the experience level they want: "The position requires a fully qualified professional at the journey level."
Chandler, AZ: Intel Corporation desires a B.S.-to-Ph.D. process engineer; experience in the semiconductor processing field desired.
Now this is the way to do it: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories is looking for a safety coordinator. What's the first thing they're asking for?
Candidates MUST HAVE a detailed, hands-on understanding of chemistry and/or laser safety and extensive experience in chemical or laser research; excellent people skills; and a demonstrated proactive attitude towards safety. Education: Minimum of Masters’ Degree in Chemistry or related scientific or safety discipline, and 1-3 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.If I were hiring a safety coordinator, that's how I would do it, too.
Cambridge, MA: Vertex is still hiring on the development side of the house (ever notice they barely hire any medicinal chemists, especially permanent ones?): they're looking for a DSC chemist (zero years experience for Ph.D. chemists!), among others.
You again: Cabot Microelectronics Corporation still hasn't found the polishing slurry chemist they've been looking for. Shortage!
Oklahoma City, OK: Tronox is looking for a M.S./Ph.D. chemist with experience in both polymer chemistry and titanium dioxide applications.
UPDATE: Anon051520121207p correctly notes that I forgot the 1 medicinal chemistry of the recent past!
South San Francisco: Genentech wishes to hire a Ph.D. chemist (2+ years experience) to be a discovery chemistry scientist. Here's the core of the ad:
Individuals need to possess a thorough understanding of synthetic chemistry and demonstrate a strong record of achievement in at least two pharmaceutical development programs. Qualified candidates will play a significant role in the management of current small molecule projects and leading multidisciplinary teams.
Ph.D. in organic chemistry with at least 2 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and demonstrated impact on drug discovery programs (patents, process improvements, publications, etc), including team leadership experience.There's a title/experience/job description/requirements mismatch here that I don't quite understand.