Cleveland, OH: Lubrizol is looking for 2 Ph.D. research chemists; paying $90,000-$100,000. Not bad for Ohio, one suspects.
Ewing, NJ: Tyger Scientific looking for an experienced synthetic organic chemist. Glassdoor review: "The pay is just so-so, and the work isn't easy." Yes!
South San Francisco, CA: Three positions posted by Genentech recently.
Gilead: A raft of positions, mostly process, both in Foster City and Edmonton.
Also: JEOL (the NMR company) posting 3 sales/field service positions.
That's a funny job: This "Tim" sure sounds like Uncle Sam (and not our beloved commenter):
Chemical Operations Specialist, you'll be there and prepared whenever a community is flooded, an earthquake shakes the foundations of a city, a hurricane makes landfall, or an enemy uses biological or chemical warfare. You will know what to do to evacuate the area, control the situation, and solve the problem."You know what to do" sounds vaguely like Starship Troopers, incidentally.
Seattle, WA: Can someone tell me what this MarqMetrix position has to do with chemistry?