Inorganic jobs

Found 7 jobs

  • Analytical Chemist

    • Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • Compensation packages are competitive and commensurate with experience.
    • Lockheed Martin Energy

    Analytical chemist needed to support chemistry development for novel flow battery grid-scale energy storage technology.

  • Electrochemist

    • Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • Compensation packages are competitive and commensurate with experience.
    • Lockheed Martin Energy

    Electrochemist needed to support commercialization of new flow battery technology for grid-scale energy storage.

  • Industrial Chemist

    • Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • Compensation packages are competitive and commensurate with experience.
    • Lockheed Martin Energy

    Industrial chemist needed to support flow battery development for grid-scale energy storage.

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow

    • San Luis Obispo, CA
    • Competitive salary with robust benefits package
    • Promega Biosciences

    Promega Biosciences in San Luis Obispo is looking for a nanoparticle chemist to focus on the development of continuous flow technologies.

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (tenure track) IN INORGANIC AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

    • Geneva, Canton of Geneva (CH)
    • USD 120'000 - USD 150'00 per year
    • Geneva University

    RESPONSIBILITIES: The department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva offers an innovative a...

  • Instructor

    • Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • Not Specified
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    The Department of Chemistry at the MIT is seeking an Instructor to teach inorganic and general chemistry beginning in the 2018-19 academic year.

  • Full-time Lecturer in Chemistry

    • Seattle, Washington State
    • Competitive; commensurate with experience
    • Department of Chemistry, University of Washington

    Full-time, 9-month, non-tenure-track Lecturer; emphasis in large introductory-level general and organic chemistry lecture courses for undergraduates.