Total number of ads: 19
- Postdocs: 2
- Tenure-track faculty: 7
- Temporary faculty: 2
- Lecturer positions: 1
- Staff positions: 6
- Ratio of US/non-US positions: 19 / 0
Are you a lanthanide chemist? If so, Florida State has the Gregory Choppin endowed professorship for you! I think they want you to be a tenured professor already.
34-Down, Maine: The University of Maine - Orono (a word frequently appearing in crosswords) is looking for a visiting assistant professor of organic chemistry for a 1-year contract.
The Pittsburgh of the South: The University of Alabama - Birmingham is looking for an assistant professor of chemistry, with plans for biomedical applications of mass spectrometry or NMR.
A neat job: Ball State (Muncie, IN) desires an instructor of chemistry for advanced high school students. I'd think this would be a great job for someone.
Anderson, SC: Looks like Clemson is hiring a postdoc for a federally-funded defense-related project:
...seeking applications for a Research Associate position on a Defense Threat Reduction Agency funded project. Applicants must have an earned Ph.D. (or equivalent) as well as research experience in one or more of the following areas: ionizing radiation detection and measurements; polymer science, particularly with experience using atom transfer radical polymerization; and nuclear forensics.Pittsburg, KS: The Kansas Polymer Research Center at Pittsburg State University wishes to hire a research associate/lab assistant. They're looking for a B.S./M.S. polymer chemist. You'll be making 32-34k, which ain't so great -- that said, it's about 10k more than the median household income for the city.