Friday, October 4, 2013

Job postings: tenure-track professor (Irvine, CA) and process R&D chemist (Milwaukee, WI)

From the inbox, a couple of positions, including a not-typical-for-this-feature tenure track position at UC Irvine:
The Department of Chemistry of the University of California, Irvine invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in any area of organic chemistry.  We are seeking a Ph.D.-level scientist who will establish a vigorous research program in organic chemistry and who will have a commitment to teach organic chemistry at the undergraduate and graduate levels.   
We are especially interested in individuals who will engage with UC Irvine's Cancer Center and who are enthusiastic about making an impact on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer.  Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and a description of their proposed research program, to the Organic Search Committee, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697-2025.
For those interested, click here. (The department has other positions available.)  

For the industrially-inclined, a R&D chemist (M.S./Ph.D. (0-5 years)) position at Fontarome Chemical in Milwaukee, WI:
An R&D Chemist I provides support to one or more Senior R&D Chemists in their effort to develop and improve manufacturing processes for Fontarome. It is essential that this person be familiar with synthetic methods of organic chemistry and can conduct organic reactions up to 50L. He/she must be familiar with analytical techniques, pay great attention to details, and document their work very well.  
A Senior R&D Chemist is responsible for the development of synthetic methods for new products and to improve existing processes.  This individual works primarily at the bench but also in the kilo lab and sometimes in Production.  The individual may work as part of a team and may have a supervisory role.  It is essential that this person be familiar with synthetic methods of organic chemistry and can conduct organic reactions up to 50L. He/she must be familiar with analytical techniques, pay great attention to details, and document their work very well.
Interested? Click here.

4 comments:

  1. Soooo Milwaukee or Madison?

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    1. Milwaukee (sigh.) Thanks for catching that.

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  2. You actually got my hopes up!

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    1. ...well, we wouldn't want that to happen! ;-)

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