Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Daily Pump Trap: 6/28/11 edition

Good morning! Between June 23 and June 27, there were 30 new positions posted on the ACS Careers website. Of these, 7 (23%) were academically connected.

Billerica, MA: Bruker is looking for a B.S./M.S./Ph.D. spectroscopist to perform method development for NMR; 3 years experience required.

¡Hola! : Dr. Reddy's Laboratory is looking for an experienced Ph.D. organic chemist to be a R&D manager in Mexico. Where in Mexico, you might ask? No se.

Irvine, CA: Allergan is looking for a B.S. chemist to perform analytical method development. 

Pleasanton, CA: Clorox desires a Ph.D. chemist to be a researcher into oxidation chemistry. Colloid and interfacial science experience preferred.

Oh, it's you again: Millenium is (once again) posting a "multiple positions open" ad on ACS Careers. Hmmm.

Interesting?: The American Cleaning Institute (formerly the Soaps and Detergents Association) wishes to hire a B.S. chemist for an administrative coordinator position in Washington, D.C. Huh.

That's one way to spend your postdoc: NYU-Abu Dhabi has posted an open position for a postdoc in synthetic organic / polymer chemistry. Huh.

SSSSSSSS: Alberta Sulphur Research Ltd. wishes to hire a B.S. analytical chemist to help with projects towards the removal of sulfur compounds from petroleum crude. Sounds interesting.

Oh, good luck there: ChemHost is hiring a M.S. chemist to be a quality assurance project manager; looks like you'll be spending a good amount of time looking over Chinese chemical manufacturing plants. Hmmmm. 

1 comment:

  1. "Administrative coordinator?" Of course, can't be calling people with chemistry degrees secretaries, can you? I like how that listing specifically says you will be spending a bunch of time on FB and wikipedia as part of the actual job 8-)


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