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Below, we have listed the positions currently available at the American Chemistry Council (ACC) as well as instructions on how to apply. Click on the job title link to see a description of the position.
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CHEMTREC®: Account Executive
The position is responsible for managing ACC member companies and other high priority accounts, as well as identifying and developing new accounts for CHEMTREC. The position is also responsible for identifying and evaluating additional needs of the customer base and contributing to the solution development to meet these needs. The position will prepare proposals, draft contracts, and provide support to sales, marketing, new business development and customer service elements of CHEMTREC’s Call Center.
Communications: Director, Plastics Product Communications Issues Management
The position is responsible for providing strategic communications counsel to specific ACC Plastics division self-funded sector groups, including the Center for Polyurethanes Industry (CPI), the BPA/Polycarbonate Global Group, as well as other issue management initiatives related to plastics used in products, such as foam insulation. In coordination with the senior director, product communications and other members of the communications team, the position will provide high-level strategic communications counsel, develop strategic communications materials, provide project management expertise, and supervise and direct outside communications firms. The position will also be responsible for creating long-term strategic communications plans and assisting in developing programs for outreach to stakeholders for CPI and BPA sector groups, as well as provide strategic communications support to other self-funded chemical product groups. The position reports directly to the Senior Director, Product Communications.
Communications: Manager, Product Safety Communications
The position is responsible for providing high-level writing, research and media relations support for the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) product safety and value chain/external stakeholder outreach and communications efforts. The position reports directly to the Senior Director, Strategic Communications.
Communications: Executive Assistant
The position is responsible for providing high-level executive support to the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Vice President, Communications. The position will also support the Communications department, including conducting research, maintaining electronic and paper-based files, scheduling appointments, managing budgets, providing computer and power point assistance, as needed, responding to inquiries, preparing documents, as well as assisting with minutes and meeting preparation. The position reports directly to the Vice President, Communications.
This position is responsible for providing legal counsel and policy support on American Chemistry Council (ACC) advocacy issues related to plastics and chemical products, protecting ACCs legal interests and ensuring compliance with all applicable laws. The position is also responsible for managing legal matters in assigned areas, including assisting in the selection of outside counsel as needed, managing outside counsel, and ensuring projects come in at or below budget. The position coordinates legal issues with appropriate in-house ACC colleagues and reports to the Deputy General Counsel.
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