Whoa!: NIST is looking to hire a director of its new Office of Data and Informatics; salary is $123,758.00 - 155,500.00. I'm guessing this is a fairly senior position.
Richmond, VA: Altria desires an assistant QA manager; B.S., 8-10 years experience desired.
Peninsula, CA: Thermo Fisher looking for a senior chemist, M.S./Ph.D., 3-7 years experience desired. Looks to be research towards the analytical chemistry of carbohydrates? Interesting.
Cincinnati, OH: A very different kind of senior chemist, via Monster:
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) has a position available at the U.S. EPA in Cincinnati. This position is with a government grant specifically for seniors over the age of 55. The position applies knowledge of general methods for organic and inorganic analysis of environmental samples, including chromatographic, electrochemical and wet chemical methods. DUTIES: Operate lab instruments, ensure lab equipment is in working order and properly calibrated, analyze drinking water samples and data record keeping. REQUIRED: To be eligible for this government grant you must be over 55, B.A. /B.S. degree in Chemistry, and 10 years related experience in organic (GC. LC) analytical instrumentation. Word processing and spreadsheet skills are highly desired. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.What in the heavens is this about?