Job Search Websites
Academic job openings for all levels.
ACS ChemJobs Website
Includes the ACS Job Bank, from Chemical & Engineering News classifieds; Online Professional Data Bank, which allows prospective employees to post their resumes online; and access to various career resources. You may need your ACS member number to access some of the site.
Association of Science – Technology Centers Job Bank
Jobs in science centers and museums.
Job searches and resources in the Bay Area.
Biospace Job Bank
Jobs in the life sciences – job listings from 250 companies. Includes postings by region, company, and category.
Jobs for chemists and chemical engineers.
C&E News Classifieds
Search jobs listed from the last two issues of Chemical & Engineering News. You’ll need your ACS member number to search.
Links to job searches by occupation, career advice, salary information, and resume writing.
LinkedIn is the leading social network used for job searches and hiring. Be sure to join the UO Chemistry and Biochemistry LinkedIn Group to receive job notifications and find opportunities to network with fellow students, alumni, faculty and department members.
Academic vacancies in medicine, pharmacy and biomedical sciences schools worldwide.
Features jobs in biotechnology, science and healthcare.
New Scientist Jobs
The job database for New Scientist Magazine. Search over 1400 job postings in science, both domestic and international.
ResearchGate is the world’s largest professional network for scientists and researchers with over 1.3 million members. ResearchGate was made by researchers for researchers; is completely free and there is absolutely no advertising on the site: Biochemistry Jobs, Chemistry Jobs, Material Science Jobs
The Royal Society of Chemistry
The United Kingdom’s Royal Society of Chemistry maintains this site for chemists. Search for jobs in the United Kingdom and other international locales.
Science Magazine’s Job Search
Search by key word or category.
U.S. Government Employment Openings
Search federal job openings.
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