Nice!: A decentish looking haul, thanks to Phenomenex's recent (some repeat) postings.
Loveland, CO: Hach is looking for a R&D chemist, with possible some synthetic applications. M.S. w/5 years or Ph.D. with zero experience is desired. I have no idea what this position is about, especially with this incredibly helpful description:
The Chemist II, R & D develops chemical products and product applications with some supervision and guidance in the design and test of various analytical equipment, subassemblies, and chemical formulations for use with Hach's systems for analysis.Yeah, that.
Bartlesville, OK: Chevron is looking for a Ph.D. chemist to be a polymer NMR scientist.
Edison, NJ: Horiba Instruments (cue jokes with that name) is looking for a M.S. analytical chemist; ICP experience desired.
Warrington, PA: Polysciences is once again looking for 2 M.S./Ph.D. chemists; 5 years industrial experience desired. I would really like to know what's going on there, since they're an ACS Careers perennial. Growing/flipping chemists?
Orange, TX: Invista is looking for a B.S. chemist to be a R&D technician.
A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs.gov show (respectively) 201, 628, 2,351 and 18 positions for the search term "chemist." LinkedIn shows 98 positions for the job title "chemist", 15 for "analytical chemist, 1 (in Deutschland!) for "organic chemist" and 6 for "research chemist."