Baltimore, MD (I believe): Oh, Allichem, at least you're honest. 50-60k for a M.S./Ph.D. organic chemist? Where can I sign up?
Los Alamos, NM: Los Alamos National Laboratories is looking for a postdoc in chemistry:
The candidate should have experience with fabrication of solar cells (DSSC or OPV) or other optoelectronic devices, such as LEDs. The ideal candidate should also have strong background in chemical synthesis (experience with organic oxidative condensations and/or dendrimer synthesis is particularly useful), have hands-on experience with HPLC purification methods and be familiar with standard characterization methods, such as NMR, MS, FTIR and UVVIS absorption.Sounds interesting.
Seattle, WA: Seattle Genetics is looking for an associate director of chemistry; Ph.D. and 10 years of oncology-directed research is required.
Chapel Hill, NC: Rheomics is looking for a microfabrication technician; B.S. chemistry desired, 2+ years experience, and "laboratory chops." Fair enough.
Golden, CO: The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is looking for a postdoc in computational chemistry for work on "modeling electronic properties of and transport through organic polymeric materials with quantum and classical mechanics."
Philadelphia, PA: Got experience in German and a B.S. in chemistry? Kelly has a gig for you.