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Securing any job in this tough economy can be a challenge, but as a scientist or engineeer, you have the skills and knowledge that ambitious employers are searching for – they just need to find you. That’s why ACS holds its semiannual career fair.
As a job seeker looking for a career in science or engineering, you have two convenient ways you can attend (your membership number is required to participate in the onsite career fair:
By providing a location and opportunity for job seekers and employers to meet, we help you start or enhance your career. At this career fair, you’ll have the opportunity to secure a job with leading academic, industry, nonprofit and government organizations in your field.
At ACS, we provide you with the resources you need to maximize your opportunities for landing a career. From walking you through the process of strengthening your resume to building up your interview skills, we’ll help you prepare to meet with potential employers.
The chemical enterprise is dependent on innovation and talent – and success is impossible without the employees that bring this talent and knowledge to your organization. For years, leaders in your industry have trusted ACS to facilitate the relationship between employer and candidates, and through our semiannual career fair, you have the opportunity to secure the individuals you need to compete and excel.
As a recruiter at the 2014 ACS Career Fair, you should take full advantage of the opportunity to reach our thousands of job seekers by hosting a booth in both portions of our career fair or in the virtual event to attract international job seekers through the International Employment Initiative:
Through the ACS career fair, you’ll have the opportunity to:
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ACS has always been there for me as I have progressed in my career. The advice, networking opportunities and job listings in C&EN Classifieds have been invaluable."
Victor E. Vandell, Ph.D.
Department of Health
Public Health Laboratory
ACS Careers and C&EN have proven to be the most consistently successful component of my recruitment strategy here at Novartis. I strongly recommend ACS Careers to any staffing professional looking for high-quality scientists."
Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Human Resources Manager
By using C&EN Classifieds and ACS Careers, Amgen is able to reach and hire qualified candidates across a variety of key scientific disciplines."
Senior Manager, Outreach Programs
Over the past 20 years, ACS Careers & C&EN has helped me find my ideal job and given me an advantage with their personalized career development assistance."
Daniela Wlodarczak, Ph.D.
Senior Development Scientist