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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.

To apply for employment, please send your resume and a cover letter, including your salary requirements, and select the most convenient way to submit your credentials for our consideration:

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A Human Resources representative will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview.

If you do not see a position that is appropriate for you at this time, we hope you will come back to this site to learn about future opportunities.  

Information Technology: Business Solutions Developer

The position is responsible for supporting the unique business needs and objectives of departments/divisions within the American Chemistry Council (ACC) through the translation of articulated business requirements into robust technology solutions. The position manages all phases of software/solution development, including research, design, development, testing, deployment, and support. The position is further responsible for assisting in the maintenance of existing applications, including recommending improvements to software functionality, performance and processes. The position reports directly to the Senior Director, Information Technology.

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Sustainability and Market Outreach: Director, Science/Technical Affairs

The position is responsible for designing, implementing and executing technical, scientific, and related policy strategy within the sustainability and market outreach department. The position will be a primary interface with members, key downstream market users, solution providers, standards setters and science organizations on issues related to scientific methods for tracking industry and product performance and chemical evaluation in the private sector. The position works closely with key internal staff and external stakeholders and reports directly to the Senior Director, Science and Technical Affairs.

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