Memphis, TN: The University of Tennessee Health Center is searching for a tenure-track professor of medicinal chemistry at all levels.
Morris, MN: The University of Minnesota - Morris wishes to hire for a "full-time, multi-year" undergraduate teaching position. Does UMM not have tenure?
St. Cloud, MN: St. Cloud State wants an assistant or associate professor in polymer/materials chemistry.
Huntington, WV: Marshall University desires an associate professor of biochemistry, preferably with synthetic biology expeirence.
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands: Now there's one you don't see very often. The University of the Virgin Islands wishes to hire an assistant or associate professor of chemistry, preferably one that can teach physical chemistry.
Grand Forks, ND: The University of North Dakota wants a lecturer for chemistry. Brr!!
Conway, AR: Hendrix College (the alma mater of chemblogosphere eminence grise Derek Lowe) is searching for a visiting assistant professor of chemistry.
Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University desires an visiting assistant professor of chemistry.
Want to teach high school chemistry/science?: This is part of the new C&EN Jobs -- lots of primary/secondary ed positions. Here's one in Cleveland. Here's one in DC. And one in Maryland. They seem to trend towards private schools or charter schools.
The Irrelevants List: Are you a chemist? Do you want to teach or do research in chemistry? C&EN Jobs wants to know if you'd like to be a research associate in value-based health care delivery at Harvard Business School. How about being an adjunct professor of ethics? Physics postdoc, anyone? I've noticed that certain categories of positions are showing up repeatedly: development directors, medical specialties, research assistant positions and astronomy/geology positions. Interesting.