Norman, OK: The University of Oklahoma is looking for an assistant professor of organic geochemistry.
Honolulu, HI: The University of Hawaii at Manoa is looking for 3 assistant or associate professor positions:
The successful candidates will be expected to develop robust research programs at the intersection of Biochemistry with Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry. Candidates with research interests in traditional areas of Organic Chemistry will also be considered. Research that takes advantage of the unique natural environment and strategic needs of the State of Hawaii will receive special consideration. The successful candidate will also demonstrate an ability to contribute to the teaching mission of the department at both the undergraduate and graduate level.Sounds interesting.
Clarksville, TN: Austin Peay State University is looking for an assistant professor of physical chemistry.
Duluth, MN: The University of Minnesota Duluth is searching for an assistant or associate professor of chemistry to work on experimental materials chemistry.
Fredonia, NY: SUNY Fredonia is looking for an assistant professor of bioinorganic chemistry (?).
Northampton, MA: Smith College is looking for a two year visiting assistant professor. "Specializations may include but are not limited to: General, Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, as well as Biochemistry and Environmental Chemistry." Casting a broad net, I see.