Often at times the Chemistry Department is made aware of current job listing from employers who would like us to recommend students to them for employment.  Listed below are the employment opportunities that the department is aware of.  Good Luck in your search for employment.  Please feel free to contact the Department if you have any questions.

  • MonarchWebwork.com, online mentor for our chemistry class-

Do you like teaching? Are you comfortable meeting online? Would you like to teach homeschool middle school and high school kids about chemistry? MonarchWebwork.com is a small, online school for homeschooled kids. We are looking for a mentor for our chemistry class. The position can begin as early as May or can wait until the fall term in September. We need someone who loves chemistry and loves teaching youth in middle school and high school. This is a unique opportunity to use a curriculum or to design your own! We provide training and support for teaching in the online environment, but you get to have a lot of creative control over your class! We pay our mentors 70% of the revenue from each class, so the more students we have, the more you make. You are a 1099 Contractor (you are self-employed). For more information, please contact Shelley@monarchwebwork.com. Just an email expressing your interest is fine for now!

Opening at Centers forPhillips 66  posted 9/6/2017

We are currently accepting applications for the following position here at the Ferndale Refinery:

  ·      Lab Technician ·        Application/resume deadline 09/11/2017 ·        Job # 40241   Phillips 66 Employees:  You may obtain further information and apply for this position by logging onto HR Express, select "Career" along the bottom row, then "Career Opportunities".   Contractors & Non-P66 Employees:  You may obtain further information and apply for this position at www.phillips66.com.  

Opening at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  posted 8/2/2017

My name is Jon Rees and I am a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.  We are looking for recent BS graduates for ORISE positions in our laboratory.  ORISE stands for Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education and is funded by the US Department of Energy.  These are 1 year positions that can be renewed a number of times.  It is a terrific opportunity to do research at a top notch facility and perhaps start a career at the CDC.

  Our laboratory is researching better means of predicting cardiovascular disease.  We are an analytical lab that generally uses mass spectrometry to analyze samples.  If you have recently graduated students that may be looking for a job, they are welcome to contact me for further information.  I have 2 children attending BYU (currently on missions) and would like to give BYU students a chance to apply for this position.   Best,   Jon Rees jrees@cdc.gov 4770 Buford Highway Atlanta, GA 30341 770-488-7925