South San Francisco, CA: Genentech wishes to hire a B.S./M.S. chemist for its med chem separations group. Sounds like fun, really.
For a taste of your whiskey: Gowan Company is a herbicide/pesticide marketer; they're looking for a B.S. chemist to be a "strategic negotiator." Fancy title.
Daejeon, South Korea: SK Life Sciences looking for a process chemist.
Chattanooga, TN: BASF is looking for a "lab chemist - carpet." It actually sounds pretty interesting:
As the Technical Application Laboratory Chemist at our Chattanooga, TN facility, you will complete hands-on application work on technical service projects for existing products and new products entering the commercialization phase to support growth with our customers.So I guess the folks at Invista would be your competitors?
Pearl River, NY: Pfizer looking for a vaccine development scientist; interesting comment here:
Ph.D in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related discipline with 2+ years of related work experience. BS/MS degree for internal candidates only.For the most part, I agree that B.S./M.S. scientists should have a chance to compete for Ph.D. positions, but the internal/external bit is curious.
Greensboro, NC: Syngenta looking for a Ph.D. analytical chemist.