Indianapolis, IN: Dow Agrosciences looking for a Ph.D. discovery chemist with less than 5 years experience.
Pittsburgh, PA: Sonneborn looking for a B.S. analytical chemist; $35,000 offered. Another data point for the STEM shortagists!
I got a gal: Kalexyn (Kalamazoo, MI) is looking for two experienced organic chemists.
Houston, TX: Fritz Industries is a company I've never heard of, but they're looking for chemists in the Houston area; prior oilfield chemistry experience desired, not required for the Scientist I position.
Albany, NY: 3 more from AMRI, including this Ph.D. analytical chemist position. (I keep mentally predicting their demise, and I keep being wrong.)
Stamford, CT: Another one from Cytec for a Ph.D. colloidal chemist - where do people get that training, I wonder?
ACS Boston Career Fair Watch: 135 positions, up from Tuesday's 120 positions.
A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and USAjobs.gov show (respectively) 1000+, 647, 9530 and 23 positions. LinkedIn shows 1520 positions for the job title "chemist", with 68 for "analytical chemist", 30 for "research chemist", 12 for "organic chemist", 3 for "synthetic chemist" and 2 for "medicinal chemist."