Chicago, IL: Sometimes, a company will outsource their ad writing to someone who clearly missed their calling as a romance novelist (or some other career that uses purplish prose.) Polyera Corporation seems to have done this:
We are seeking an elite, PhD-level scientist with deep commercial experience and proven accomplishment in the areas of barrier materials, passivation, and/or polymer chemistry, targeted at the development of high-performance solution-processable dielectric materials for use in flexible display applications.
...2. Desire for professional fulfillment and satisfaction from seeing one's work reach commercial success. 3. Achievement orientation by applying knowledge and persistence toward attaining exacting targets and demanding goals. 4. Confidence, optimism, perseverance and mental toughness to deal with setbacks and obstacles in a fast-paced environment. 5. Strong attention to detail to maintain organized forward progress of multiple tasks concurrently against varying timetablesHow much does this position pay? 65-90k. Wooo! (Granted, a start-up.)
Waukegan, IL: Abbott is hiring for a position in their high pressure/catalysis group; a B.S./M.S. in chemistry is desired, as well as experience in inert atmosphere chemistry.
Loveland, CO: Hach Company is an analytical instrumentation firm; they wish to hire an experienced electrochemist (B.S./M.S./Ph.D., with 5+ years minimum) for a R&D position.
Cary, N.C. (?): The interestingly-named LORD Corporation desires a M.S./Ph.D. analytical chemist; zero! to 3 years experience for the Ph.D., 3-5 for a M.S. chemist.
Nashville, TN: Aegis Sciences Corporation wishes to hire a B.S. chemist for a position performing forensic mass spectrometry.