Cambridge, MA: Warp Drive Bio looking for 2 natural product chemists. Sounds pretty cool.
Groton, CT: The rather wonderfully-named "FreeThink Technologies" is looking for Ph.D. principal scientists, presumably to work on their accelerated stability measurements.
St. Louis, MO: Monsanto looking for a "seed treatment process specialist"; looks to be a B.S./M.S.-level position, chemistry or chemical engineering degree desired.
Coventry, RI: Rhodes Technologies looking for a B.S./M.S. chemist for process development work.
Apopka, FL: Coca-Cola desires an analytical chemist; all levels of education accepted, minimum of 5 years industrial experience.
Juneau, AK: NOAA is looking for a chemist to "lead original research in trophic structuring and energy flow through large marine ecosystems using chromatographic methods such as isotope
mass ratio, lipid class and fatty acid analysis." Yeah, that.
Guilford, CT: 4Catalyzer desires an M.S. biochemist to help develop "modelocked sub-nanosecond solid-state lasers for medical products." Sounds interesting.
Decatur, GA: GeorgiaPacific is looking for a "tall oil chemist"; Ph.D. desired. (For the uninitiated (like me), this is apparently a wood products term.)
Howell, MI: ChemTrend looking for a number of positions, including a bench chemist position.
ACS Boston Career Fair Watch: 180 positions as of this morning.
A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs.gov shows (respectively) "1000+", 628, 9393 and 0 positions. (Guess it's a rough week for the government.) LinkedIn shows 1534 positions for the job title "chemist", with 65 for "analytical chemist", 29 for "research chemist", 14 for "organic chemist", 5 for "synthetic chemist", and 3 for "medicinal chemist."