Slim pickins: Not too many positions posted.
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia: I see Saudi Aramco is hiring for a B.S. chemist position.
Chicago, IL: Wheatland Tube is hiring a coatings engineer for steel. I love this line: " This position will report directly to the Corporate Coatings Director, and functionally to the Electrical, Fence, and Mechanical Tube Division Quality Assurance Director." This is a company that loves its titles, methinks.
Cincinnati, OH: I didn't know there was such a thing as rheo-NMR (paging the Rheo Thing), but apparently Procter and Gamble needs a Ph.D. scientist in it. Something tells me that the qualified, relevant candidates for this sort of position could all fit inside a city bus.
UPDATE: Nope, anon electrochemist says that it is relatively common. Who knew?
A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs.gov show (respectively) 220, 932, 2,812 and 19 positions for the search term "chemist." (About an extra 200 positions for Careerbuilder -- interesting.) LinkedIn shows 609 results for the job title "chemist", with 80 for "analytical chemist", 5 for "organic chemist" and 1 for "medicinal chemist."