The American Chemical Society’s division, the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), is currently taking applications for a part-time information specialist. This position, located here in Columbus, OH, will require accepted applicants to build databases in order to support chemical literature curation into CAS products.
CAS is looking for either students with a sophomore standing or above majoring in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Chemical Engineering, or a recent graduate with a related degree. Applicants should have completed at least one course of Organic Chemistry coursework, and be able to work part-time for 12-18 months.
More information about the position, as well as the application, can be found here.
Any additional questions about the position may be directed to Jen Schule, Senior Recruiter at CAS.
Chemical Abstract Services (CAS) is looking for eager students to apply for their part-time information specialist positions! CAS is a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and works to solve challenges in business, content, technology, and resources to drive scientific discovery forward.
This position offers flexible hours for students and the opportunity to work hands-on with chemical information.
- Sophomore standing in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related major
- At least one completed Organic Chemistry course
- Availability for 12-18 months
- Excellent organizational, reading comprehension, problem-solving, self-management, and communication skills
If interested, you can apply here. CAS is looking to hire for work over Winter Break, however, they will also accept applications for students who cannot start until the beginning of next semester.
On Thursday, November 15, the Chemistry and Biochemistry Club will be hosting a representative from the Chemical AbstractsService (CAS) to talk about CAS as well as job opportunities, both full time and part time.
The speaker, Molly Strausbaugh, leads a team of ~100 chemists and chemical engineers at CAS. As a division of the American Chemical Society, CAS works to partner with organizations to help solve business, content, technology, and resource challenges. The custom solutions CAS can deliver enable discovery and innovation. Many opportunities exist beyond the lab for chemistry and chemical engineering graduates. Molly leverages her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and an MBA to serve as a leader and active participant in global chemistry activities.
The event will be Thursday, November 15th, from 6:30pm-7:30pm in CBEC 330.
There will be catering from Panera Bread.
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) is a division of the American Chemical Society, located near the Ohio State Campus. Opportunities for student employment or internships are often availalbe, including the job description below. You can apply online or contact Human Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.
INTERNSHIP-Student Analyst Tracking Code 206119-094
Job Description — We have internships available providing database-building support for chemical literature indexing. This position requires using a computer to enter scientific data. Comprehensive training is provided and hours are flexible. Applicants must possess the following:
- A degree in or working toward a degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related science.
- Must have successfully completed at least one class of organic chemistry coursework
- Be familiar with scientific terminology
- Must be able to work part time for at least 12-18 months or have at least a Sophomore standing in Biochemistry, Chemistry or a Chemical Engineering-related degree program with 12-18 months remaining until graduation
- Must have good organizational, reading comprehension, problem-solving, self-management, and communication skills.
Candidates for positions with Chemical Abstracts must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future. EEO/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran