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POSTED 5/12/2019

Two Positions Available at Delaware Technical Community College:

Instructor - Biology/Chemistry


Instructor - Biology/Chemistry


ACS Resources for Unemployed Members

Apply for the special dues waiver which can be extended for up to three years. With this waiver members retain all benefits at no cost while unemployed. Contact ACS member services at service@acs.org, or by phone at 800-333-9511 or 614-447-3776 to start the process.

Join the ACS Online Job Club for unemployed members. The group meets each Tuesday from 2:00-3:00pm (Eastern Time) using web conferencing technology to exchange job hunting tips, network, and give support.

Free Guidance from ACS Career Consultants – ACS Career Consultants offer résumé reviews, interview tips, career counseling, and advice on transitioning jobs, salary negotiation, and job search strategies. They are available for personalized phone or email consultations throughout the year and also live at ACS Career Fairs and virtual events.

C&ENjobs offers an extensive network of jobs and employment opportunities for chemists and scientific professionals around the globe. Postings are updated daily.

Visit the website for the ACS Delaware Local Section for updates on upcoming events and other ways to learn and network.

SciFinder® for Unemployed Scientists Program – CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, provides up to 100 SciFinder activities for personal use throughout the annual membership term.

ACS Publication Access - ACS Members have free online access to any 25 articles from all ACS Journals, ACS eBooks, and C&EN Archives. Log into the ACS Publication website with your ACS ID to gain access.

The ACS Career Navigator™ website has many online resources to help with résumé preparation, interviewing, salary information, event listings, and news articles. Follow us online through our blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, and on Twitter at @ACSCareerNav.

Members-only access to the ACS Salary Calculator™  is free, giving detailed salary information for jobs in various subfields and geographic regions.

ACS Career Pathways™ is a free, facilitated, innovative workshop series that enables exploration of the various career pathways and opportunities available to chemical scientists and engineers. Courses are available at all ACS National Meetings, some ACS Regional Meetings, and through member-only content online.

ACS Leadership Courses are free online and in-person. Contact leaders@acs.org for a scholarship.

ACS Professional Education Courses* are offered to unemployed members at half the Standard Rate (*some exclusions apply). Please contact shortcourses@acs.org to learn more.

ACS National Meeting registration is free when the members interviews with potential employers at the ACS Career Fair.

ACS Onsite Career Fairs are held concurrently with each National Meeting. Career fairs offer the opportunity to interview with prospective employers, network and gain essential job search skills.

ACS Network is free giving access to the online community where you can connect with potential employers and other colleagues around the globe.

ACS Member Insurance Program offers deferred premium payments for unemployed members.

Unemployed member also have access to all of the standard benefits of ACS membership.