The Career page assists chemists in obtaining positions in chemistry related fields, mainly in the DC Metropolitan area. Each chemist must formulate his or her career development plans. Mergers, downsizing, rightsizing, reorganization, and liquidation of companies have changed the job markets for chemists. See information on the ACS Career Navigator, below.
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posted June 18, 2017
The Division of Regulatory Applied Toxicology, in the Office of Applied Regulatory Toxicology at the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition at the FDA in Laurel, MD) have a one year ORISE fellowship available as of August 1, 2017 with a person with a Master’s degree in Chemistry and related fields. It is a wonderful training opportunity. So please announce this at your next meeting and in your electronic newsletter. The applicants can contact me at my email address below.Paddy Wiesenfeld, Ph.D., Chief, NIVTB
posted Septermber 10, 2016
USITC is recruiting for the position of International Trade Analyst (Minerals and Metals), GS-1101, Grade 09/11/12/13 in the Office of Industries, Natural Resources and Energy Division. Applications will be accepted from United States citizens, current and former competitive service federal employees, and people eligible under special hiring authorities through Thursday, September 22, 2016. The announcements can be accessed through the following links:
Human Resources Specialist (Pathways Program Manager)
Office of Human Resources, U.S. International Trade Commission
500 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20436 Rm. 220H
Posted April 27, 2016
USITC Vacancy Announcement-- International Trade Analyst (Minerals and Metals)
The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) is recruiting for an International Trade Analyst (Minerals and Metals), GS-9/11/12 in the USITC’s Office of Industries, Natural Resources and Energy Division. Applications are being accepted from U.S. citizens, current and former competitive service Federal employees, & those eligible under special hiring authorities through Thursday, May 5, 2016. The announcements are accessible via the following links: