North Jersey Section
American Chemical Society

Careers in Transition (CIT) – ChemJobs

Careers in Transition (CIT) – ChemJobs meets generally on the second Monday of each month to help those in transition and others seeking to enhance their careers.
The next meeting is on Monday, Nov 14, 2016  at the Students 2 Science Technology Center
66 DeForest Ave, East Hanover, NJ 07936

The meetings are posted here, month-to-month, and also in the Section’s events calendar, at the bottom of our homepage, and in the Section’s newsletter, The Indicator. You are strongly urged to register when you are planning on at tending a meeting to ensure we will have adequate facilities. Please fill out the registration form on the right. 

Meetings normally run from 5:30 to 9:00 PM with a pizza break at 6:30 (@ $5).

We are also available at most topical group meetings. At the meetings, a job board will be available for your perusal and we are willing to introduce you to key hiring managers that are present. You are welcome to join us in a pre-meeting session which starts an hour before the meeting. During the session you will be given advice on perfecting your elevator speech and ways that you can prepare for encounters with key hiring personnel. Contact Bill Suits at if you will be attending a pre-meeting session..

For further help contact a career consultant or use the National ACS Career resource center.

CIT ChemJobs Sign-up Form

I would like to attend the next Careers In Transition ChemJobs meeting. This service is free to all ACS members!

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You’ll receive a confirmation email from Bill Suits or Rick Yglesias. Please notify Bill by email () of any changes or cancellation.

Bill Suits addressing ChemJobs participants

Bill Suits addressing ChemJobs participants

Job Hunting Resources

ACS Benefits for Unemployed Members

If you’re an ACS member looking for work, you’re not alone – ACS is here for you, with a host of valuable benefits and services to help get you back into the workforce. Here are some ways ACS can help you right now:

And that’s just the beginning – you’ll find a wealth of information about career development on the ACS Careers web site, as well as C&EN Jobs (formerly ACS Careers Jobs Database). Contact ACS today to see how ACS can help – e-mail service@acs.org or call 800-333-9511 or 614-447-3776.

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