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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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Chemical Products and Technology: Coordinator

This position is responsible for supporting designated staff with administrative, financial and issue management services provided to groups within the Chemical Products and Technology (CPT) division. The position directly supports select CPT groups and overall CPT operations, including management of assigned task groups, projects, websites, systems and operations. The position reports directly to the Vice President, CPT.

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CHEMTREC®: Customer Service Manager

The position is responsible for managing CHEMTREC’s Customer Service Team including organization, work load assignment, and inside selling activity. Working with account management, this position will help identify and evaluate additional needs of the customer base. The position will monitor and evaluate customer service processes and protocols to ensure they are aligned with internal and external needs. This position will report to the Director, Customer Care.

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CHEMTREC®: Emergency Services Specialist

The position is responsible for supporting the day-to-day operations of the assigned shift within the CHEMTREC Operations Center. The position reports directly to the Manager, Operations Center.

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Communications: Senior Director, Product Communications

The position is responsible for providing management, strategic communications support and acting as an “on-the-record” spokesperson for the group within the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Communications Divisions that supports self-funded groups that operate within ACC and focus on advocacy for specific chemicals or specialized sector issues. The position is responsible for developing and executing integrated strategies, including strategic communications planning, message development, and proactive and reactive media relations. The position works closely with the leadership of the self-funded chemical groups, Issue Communications Directors, as well as external consultants engaged by the self-funded chemical groups, as needed. The position reports directly to the Vice President, Communications.

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Plastics: Manager, Environment, Health & Safety

The position is responsible for developing and implementing strategies that advance positive science-based positions on environment, health and safety issues for all polyurethane markets. The position is also responsible for managing environment, health and safety outreach programs, developing and updating literature and coordinating research projects as well as carrying out these projects in cooperation with the Center for Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) members, American Chemistry Council (ACC) staff and member groups, key downstream customer organizations and their members, regulatory and legislative bodies, and the polyurethane customer community to help bring awareness to users of MDI, TDI and polyols used in manufacturing polyurethane. The position reports directly to the Senior Director, CPI.

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Regulatory & Technical Affairs: Director, Chemical Management

This position serves as an advocate and technical resource for the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) chemical management and regulatory advocacy efforts. The position has a particular focus on exposure and risk assessment at both the domestic and international levels, including support for relevant ACC committees and subgroups. The position is also responsible for supporting ACC’s advocacy on a diverse range of technical and scientific issues, such as chemical nomenclature, polymers, and 21st century tools for evaluating chemicals. The position reports directly to the Senior Director of the Health, Products and Science Policy.

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Regulatory/Technical Affairs: Director, Global Affairs

The position is responsible for managing, directing and coordinating the administrative, technical, and policy advocacy across a range of global priorities. The position is responsible for developing, managing and sustaining appropriate relationships with the appropriate offices in the U.S. and foreign governments and intergovernmental organizations, and private sector partners. The position is responsible for coordinating related technical and regulatory support to other ACC divisions and departments, including product- and sector-specific groups. The position reports directly to the Vice President, Regulatory & Technical Affairs.

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