Thursday, September 17, 2015

Daily Pump Trap: 9/17/15 edition

A few positions posted from C&EN Jobs:

Uh, just one: The rest are all academic positions. The falloff in posting of industrial positions between August and now has been really dramatic.

Atlanta, GA: CocaCola searching for a bioconversion scientist.

San Diego, CA: Via LinkedIn, a senior medicinal chemist position at Dart Neurosciences.

Huh: Interesting position listed under "BioDuro", with the geographic listing of "San Diego, CA":
BioDuro, a Bridgewest company, is a leading life sciences research organization that provides biopharmaceutical clients with comprehensive, integrated drug discovery services spanning target identification through Phase 0. 
If you are keen to learn cutting-edge drug research knowledge in an international company and passionate for exploring innovative drug discovery, you might just fit in well here at BioDuro. We are constantly seek to recruit and retain employees who live our values-scientifically driven and innovative research culture, accountability, can-do positive attitude- and we will support you and give you the foundation you need to learn, explore and grow professionally. 
(Location: Shanghai) *This position is based in Shanghai, China. Relocation is required.  
Key activities: As a key member of a high performance chemistry team in BioDuro's R&D center located in Shanghai, China, you will be responsible for independently developing and optimizing synthetic routes toward synthesis of novel compounds in mg to multi-g scales.
Uh, okay.

A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and show (respectively) "1000+", 653, 9,874 and 19 positions for the search term "chemist." LinkedIn shows 790 results for the job title "chemist", with 79 for "analytical chemist", 31 for "research chemist", 11 for "organic chemist", 4 for "synthetic chemist" and 2 for "medicinal chemist."

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