Madison, WI: Hydrite Chemical is looking for a process development chemist; looks to be a B.S./M.S. position, sounds interesting. (Can't wear contacts, interestingly...)
"Europe and China": This SyngaschemBV position sounds interesting/weird:
You are expected to work in our Beijing laboratory for 2 – 3 years, starting 2015. In preparation you may be seconded to a high profile European research laboratory for one year. Together with your colleagues you will participate in the scientific leadership coaching and training program of Syngaschem. For more detailed information visit our website www.syngaschem.com
Candidates should have a PhD in surface science or fundamental catalysis from a renowned university, and publications in leading journals of the field. Candidates for team leader positions should have 3-5 years of experience as a postdoc in areas such as experimental surface science in catalysis, or in situ characterization of catalysts at synchrotrons, and a track record of quality publications. Salaries are competitive according to academic standards, starting significantly above the senior postdoc level in The Netherlands.
Deadline for First Round: October 31, 2013
NOTES: 10 openings.It seems to me that the Fischer-Tropsch process will become more important over time, as opposed to less, but what do I know?
Troy, MI: Akzo Nobel is looking for an analytical chemist; B.S./M.S. desires, 5+ years experience with polymer analysis desired.
Scottsbluff, NE: The Western Sugar Cooperative is, once again, looking for a quality control chemist. I don't know why, but I find this to be a terribly intriguing position. I'm going to guess it's not, but I guess I would like to know more about it.