Cosmetic Chemist Jobs - Where to find them

Here on Chemists Corner we get a number of requests from people who are looking for jobs.  In fact, we’ve written a number of articles about this which you can read about on our cosmetic chemist careers page. cosmetic formulating job

But these articles are more general and it seems there is a need for more specificity telling you exactly where to apply for a job.  Of course there are a number of online sources which you can scour through.  Here are 5 cosmetic job sources.

Society of Cosmetic Chemist job posts

One source which you may not be aware of is the job pages on the various SCC chapter websites.  In know the Midwest SCC has listings because I’m the one who usually posts them.  So, to make it easy for you I’m going to list all of the chapter job pages here and you can click on whichever one is in an area where you are interested to work.  I should mention that sometimes the jobs listed on a chapter page refer to jobs elsewhere in the country so if you’re looking, be sure to go through all the chapter pages.

Here they are.  Good luck!

California Chapter
Carolina Chapter
Connecticut Chapter
Florida Chapter
Intermountain West Chapter
Lake Erie Chapter
Long Island Chapter
Michigan Chapter
Mid-Atlantic Chapter
Midwest Chapter
New England Chapter
New York Chapter
Ohio Valley Chapter
Ontario Chapter
Quebec Chapter
Southeast Chapter
Southwest Chapter
St. Louis Chapter
Twin Cities Chapter

If you know of any job opportunity sources that we missed be sure to list them in the comments below.

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