I don’t know much more about this position than what’s listed here (PDF).
Must have PhD degree (or foreign equivalent) in Analytical Chemistry or Bioanalytical Chemistry. Must also know (through academic coursework or research experience): (i) data analysis and manipulation as well as statistical analysis and approaches; (ii) organic chemistry and reaction mechanisms as well as biochemistry, biomarker and metabolic pathways; (iii) method development and validation of LC, LC-MS; (iv) separation techniques and quantitation approaches for isolating water-soluble compounds in complex systems; (v) de-replication of organic compounds using MS and NMR-based databases; (vi) the operation, maintenance and trouble-shooting of MS, LC-MS and NMR instruments and data interpretation; (vii) the studies of the mechanism of nanomaterial controlled growth; and (viii) polymer chemistry and the related physical measurements, including microscopy, particle size analysis, TGA, density, and viscosity.
Bayer CropScience is certainly expanding their business down here in Research Triangle Park. Back in May, the company announced the construction of a $2.2 million bee research and education facility that will create about 100 jobs over the next three years. The company also purchased 70 acres last December to augment their current 57-acre campus, so even more plans are unfolding.
Consider applying — we could be neighbors!
(Disclosure: Bayer CropScience is a financial supporter of my place of employment, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.)
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