Wanna live in Houston?: Celanese is a Fortune 500 polymer company. They've posted 11 positions, all interviewing at ACS Anaheim later this month. Chemists (with experience), chemical engineers, it's all there. Good luck!
Or Connecticut?: ITW Trident is (apparently) a company that works on inkjet products. They'd like a M.S./Ph.D. chemist with experience in ink formulation to "help formulate and develop inks and fluid products for new and existing printing systems as determined by customer and market requirements from feasibility phase to product launch." Is the salary a little skimpy for CT? Magic 8-Ball says "Signs point to yes."
How about D.C.? Or maybe Davis, CA?: TSG is a regulatory compliance consulting firm; they're looking for a Ph.D. chemist for work on "[s]tudy design and review, especially for FIFRA and FDA." Experience with GMP/GLP and FIFRA (what's that?) and PMRA (among others) a plus.
How about Palmdale -- it's a nice town (?): ERC is the contractor for the Air Force Research Laboratory at Edwards Air Force Base. It's a lot of desert out there, lemme tell ya. They're looking for a B.S. chemist. "Specific experience in polymer nanocomposites is desired. A strong candidate would have organic or inorganic synthesis experience and the desire to learn monomer/polymer characterization techniques including GPC, TGA, DSC, NMR, SEM, AFM, as well as the use of analytical lab equipment. Experience with nanoparticle and/or polymer synthesis would also be beneficial. Competitive salary offered. Applicant MUST be a U.S. citizen." This is good stuff, and there's cheap housing! (heh)
Welcome to...: ChemistryWorldJobs, which seems to focus on UK chemistry jobs. Best of luck to them, and all of us.