Good morning! Between August 17 and August 20, there were 86 new positions posted on the ACS Careers website. Of these, 19 (22%) were academically connected and 53 (62%) were from Kelly Scientific Resources.
Pittsburgh, PA: Valspar is a global coatings company; they're looking for a LC/MS expert. 5+ years experience desired, but not necessary. Other analytical expertise (AFM, SEM, GC/MS, pyrolysis GC/MS, DSC, FTIR, rheometry, GPC, and TGA) appreciated.
Foster City, CA: Gilead is looking for a Ph.D. analytical chemist; looks to be involved in process development. 3+ years industry experience desired.
Douglas, Georgia: A "confidential" company in Douglas, Georgia is looking for a M.S. chemist:
The candidate should have at least a Masters degree in Organic/Organometallic chemistry with a minimum of 4-6 years of laboratory (bench and kilo lab) experience in synthesis, charcterization, and use of organolithiums and other alkali, grignards, boronic acids/esters, organophosphorus compounds, as well as such methodologies as cross-coupling, Friedal-Crafts, Wwittig, Mitsunobu, and standard oxidations and reductions.Douglas, Georgia is a town of 12,000 people. Why remain confidential when a Google search will reveal who you are, almost immediately (5th or 6th hit)?
(There is, of course, the distinct possibility that it is an error. There seem to be many companies and/or universities that mistakenly put their identities on ACS Careers as "confidential", which I find odd.)
San Diego, CA: Chemical Abstracts Service is looking for a Western US salesperson; B.S. in chemistry and 3+ years experience in sales desired. Oh, and industrial bench chemistry experience desired as well. (Huh.)