Southern Teachers works with 650 K-12 private/independent, college-preparatory schools around the South. These schools list thousands of jobs throughout the year with Southern Teachers to find great educators to join their school communities.
In light of the ever-changing job market, Southern Teachers works diligently to maintain and foster new relationships with member schools to know their hiring needs.
Southern Teachers is still looking for candidates who are:
- passionate about science and hold a strong academic record
- enthusiastic about working with kids
- looking to be part of a collaborative and engaging environment
If you are interested in a chemistry teaching position, especially in the southern United States, Southern Teachers Agency can help you find the right fit. Candidates for the teaching positions do not necessarily need teacher certification to work in private/independent schools. To learn more and apply, you can visit their website.
As students move off campus for the duration of the semester and the summer, CCSS has shifted to virtual meetings. Career counselors are available via Zoom during normal business hours, and can provide all the services students are used to, just virtually. Typical one-on-one career sessions focus on three main areas:
- The Job/Graduate School Search campaign: CCSS can help students with their job search, resumes/cover letters, interviewing and with personal statements for graduate school.
- Career Exploration: CCSS helps students explore their background, interests and values, as well as information about careers they are interested in. This information assists students when deciding which direction they want to head for their major or after graduation.
- Career Counseling: CCSS works with students who know where they want to go and how to get there, but there’s often times something in the way. They’ll assist with potential barriers that they might be facing as they move forward.
To make an appointment, students can call 614-688-3898 to get matched up with a career counselor. Students who are graduating in spring semester are eligible to use CCSS services up to three times in the semester following graduation.
The Arts & Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success (Career Success) is excited to launch a new podcast: Getting Ahead with Career Success.
Episode one focuses on online presence for a virtual job search and includes advice from employers and branding experts. The content covers online portfolios, consistency with your virtual imprint and core platforms such as LinkedIn and the career management system Handshake in building a reputable online presence.
If you are graduating this spring with a B.S. in Chemistry or Biochemistry you might consider pursuing a Master of Science degree in Chemistry at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The Professional Chemistry Thesis track offers concentrations in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry or Physical Chemistry. There are also two professional non-thesis tracks offered: Professional Chemical Business Track and Professional Chemical Education Track.
Any student interested in applying to the program for Fall semester 2020, can follow the instructions in the flyer or contact Dr. Laurence Angel (Laurence.Angel@tamuc.edu) for additional information.
Drug Enforcement Administration has Forensic Chemist job openings at its Pleasanton, CA; Miami, FL; and Chicago, IL locations.
Incumbents will perform quantitative and qualitative chemical analysis on evidence in lab, testify in court, and advise and assist law enforcement personnel, amongst other duties.
Learn more or apply here.
Please note: Applications can be accepted from students who expect to graduate by June 2020 and if a transcript is provided with anticipated conferral date. However, DEA must verify that the degree has been conferred before the applicant can be appointed.
Many students are facing unanticipated challenges during this uncertain time. Some graduating seniors are rethinking their plans or making different choices about their career paths.
For those with degrees in science or math, teaching might be a next step. Through the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship, they can receive a $32,000 stipend, discounted tuition, and mentoring.
A few spots are still open at West Chester University, where WW Teaching Fellows complete a clinically based preparation program for STEM teachers that leads to a master’s degree. The program focuses on preparing teachers for success in high-need middle or high schools in the School District of Philadelphia.
All interested candidates should complete their applications by April 24. For questions about the application process or eligibility, candidates can reach out to Neema Ndiba at firstname.lastname@example.org. A digital brochure can be accessed here, in case you would like to learn more about the WW Teaching Fellowship program.
Work in the General Chemistry Preparation Lab for Autumn 2020!
The General Chemistry Preparation lab of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is hiring lab assistants to help us provide services to the General Chemistry Teaching lab in Autumn 2020. This position is open to undergraduates currently enrolled at OSU main campus who are eligible to work in the United States. Successful candidates should be able to work independently and have good customer service skills.
- Completed General Chemistry Sequence (1210/1220; 1610/1620; or 1910H/1920H) with a B- (preferred)
- Attention to detail, maintaining a stable work schedule
- Taking classes during Autumn 2020
- Be able to work until 2022 after recruitment
Student Appointment Details:
- Starting Salary: $9/hour
- Working Hours: 12-20 hours per week
- Responsibilities: Preparation and delivery of chemicals, distribution of lab equipment, lab services and safety inspections.
- On Friday, August 21st or Monday, August 24th, new lab assistants will need to participate in lab orientation/training.
- Direct Link: Apply here.
- Applicant will be contacted after submission of your application.
Charles River Laboratories Virtual Career Fair
April 16, 2020
2 – 5 p.m. ET
The drug research and development process is highly complex, yet essential for delivering safe and effective therapies to patients. With a global network of facilities, Charles River Laboratories is an early-stage contract research organization (CRO) with a local touch. The company has dedicated employees around the world, and is passionate about its role in improving the quality of people’s lives. Together, they have supported the development of ~85% of the drugs approved by the FDA in 2019.
This is a Virtual Career Fair where you will meet with Charles River teams for early career opportunities at Charles River Laboratories nationwide. They are looking for candidates to fill technician, entry-level, and internship positions. If you are interested but unable to attend, simply register and we will reach out to you.
Learn more and register here.
The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success is excited to announce Virtual Week, April 13 to 17, an entire week of exciting opportunities to:
- Learn best ways to virtually interact with employers
- Connect and network with recruiters seeking top talent
- Explore career opportunities and discover ways to improve your job search
The week will provide fantastic opportunities to network with employers and recruiters from companies such as The National Cancer Institute, Chick-Fil-A, JPMorgan Chase, Vector Marketing, and more! Employer sessions are being added daily. In addition, there are two Virtual Career Fairs on April 14: Hire Big10+ and Amazon.
Explore the list of currently scheduled employer and coaching sessions. Sessions are being added regularly, so be sure to check back for the most up to date information!
Apply to be a General Chemistry TA for Autumn 2020!
The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry hires over 50 outstanding undergraduates per semester to teach our General Chemistry courses.
Here are some details on our positions:
- Completed General Chemistry Sequence (1210/1220; 1610/1620; or 1910H/1920H) with an A or A- (preferred)
- Accumulative GPA > 3.5
- Taking classes during Autumn 2020
- No other paid monthly student appointment during Autumn 2020 [this includes paid research]
Student Appointment Details:
- Salary: $12/hour
- Hours: 10-12 per week
- Responsibilities: Teach one 3-hour lab; Promptly grade assignments and prepare for teaching responsibilities; 1 weekly office hour; proctor all exams; attend weekly staff meeting
New TA training will take place Monday, August 17th – Monday, August 24th during business hours. Conflicts with training, including TAs who must live on campus, should be stated on your application and described in detail if possible.
- Direct Link: https://go.osu.edu/au20gcta
- After the submission of your application, the department will reach out to ask you to submit a schedule. Submitting a schedule does not guarantee a position. If your schedule changes before the deadline (May 10th), please update your information.
- All schedules submitted by this date will be accommodated. If you make a change to your schedule after this date, you will be responsible for switching your assignment with another TA if you have a conflict with your time or you will have to forfeit your position.
Staff Appointments Available! If you are graduating and looking for an opportunity to teach for a semester (or even academic year!), we also have those available! Please email us for details.
Feel free to contact us via email (email@example.com) if you have any questions. All applications, including schedules, are due May 10th, 2020, and hiring decisions will be made by mid-July if the university is open.