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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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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.

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CHEMTREC®: Customer Care Representative

This position is responsible for providing basic customer service assistance to companies registered and companies interested in registering with CHEMTREC, as well as identifying the needs of the customers and routing to the appropriate CHEMTREC department. This position is also responsible for processing and addressing requests about Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for CHEMTREC customers, and reports directly to the Manager, Customer Fulfillment.

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CHEMTREC®: Senior Director, Sales and Marketing

The position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of CHEMTREC’s sales and marketing programs. The position will have specific focus on leads generation, sales and new business development; new business plan development; and social and web media development and delivery. The position will also be responsible for completing sales forecasts and developing and tracking of key process indicators (KPIs) demonstrating effectiveness of strategic plan execution. The position reports directly to the Chief Executive, CHEMTREC.

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Chlorine Chemistry Division: Coordinator

The position is responsible for supporting Chlorine Chemistry Division staff with administrative, financial management and planning services. This includes handling meeting logistics, tracking budgets, managing contracts and payments, conducting research, responding to inquiries, preparing documents, and maintaining electronic and paper-based files. This position also supports overall Chlorine Chemistry Division’s operations, including websites, systems, and operations. The position reports directly to the Managing Director, Chlorine Chemistry Division.

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Chlorine Chemistry Division: Director, Chlorine Issue Management Outreach and Communication

The position is responsible for developing, implementing and managing communication strategies for purposes of advancing chlorine sector policy priorities in regulatory, legislative and other forums. The position is also responsible for developing and producing integrated, strategic messages for traditional and social media for purposes of impacting relevant audiences, including the Division’s disinfection campaigns, cultivating and maintaining relationships with national and trade media and teaming with internal staff to develop media strategies, pitch compelling story ideas, and generate coverage of key issues. This position also provides communication leadership support for the World Chlorine Council. The position reports directly to the Managing Director of Chlorine Chemistry.

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Federal Affairs: Political and Legislative Manager

The position is responsible for managing activities related to political mobilization and federal lobbying activities, as well as the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Political Action Committee (PAC). The position works with the PAC Chairman, the Vice President, Federal Affairs and members of the Federal Affairs team to administer the PAC and the PAC contribution process, as well as participates in advocacy activities in support of federal government affairs priorities on Capitol Hill. The position is responsible for managing campaign communications amongst ACC member companies and the internal ACC Federal Affairs team, and reports directly to the Vice President, Federal Affairs.

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Regulatory and Technical Affairs: Senior Director, Regulatory Science Policy

The position is responsible for serving as a technical resource to relevant ACC committees, self-funded groups and staff regarding assessments of the hazard and risks of chemical substances. The position is also responsible for coordinating ACC’s advocacy on chemical risk assessments in various government agencies to promote common processes and methodologies, particularly common standards for sound, credible science to support decision-making. The position reports directly to the Vice President of Regulatory & Technical Affairs.

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