CCB Job Board
The Department partners with AfterCollege to bring our students access to a broad range of positions from companies who specifically opt to advertise their openings to our Department.
- CCB Job Board
- American Chemical Society Career Site
- Academic Job Postings
- Corporate Recruiting Schedule Archive
CCB On-Site Recruiting Program
Our department features active research programs in organic, physical, inorganic, theoretical chemistry, and in chemical biology and chemical physics, with particularly exciting work being done at the interfaces between research areas. The community of faculty, post-docs, graduate students, undergraduates, and staff make Harvard a terrific place to learn, teach, and perform research in the chemical sciences. Couple all that with the excellent facilities here (state-of-the-art laboratories, extensive instrumentation, a wonderful library, and well-maintained teaching facilities) and you can expect a great field of job candidates at the PhD level every year. Contact Kathy Oakley at 617-496-3208, for information about on-site recruiting in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
2016 Corporate Recruiting Schedule (In Progress)
- August 4 Biogen
- August 12 Amgen
- August 15 Bristol-Myers Squibb
- August 16 Gilead
- August 17 Genentech
- August 18, 19 Merck (evening presentation on Aug 17)
- August 19 Eli Lilly and Company
- August 31 AbbVie
- September 7 Novartis
- September 8 ORIC Pharmaceuticals
- September 13 FLX Bio CANCELLED
- September 16 Arcus Biosciences, Inc.
- October 6 ExxonMobil Chemical Company
- November 3 Celgene
CCB hosts representatives from different companies each year. We are always interested in facilitating recruiting visits from additional companies. Please contact Kathy Oakley to schedule a date.
Memos about the corporate season are distributed via an email distribution list. If you plan to participate in (or are simply interested in knowing more about) CCB's Fall Industrial Recruiting season, please immediately sign up for the CCB recruiting e-mail list by emailing Kathy Oakley with your name, lab affiliation, and status (postdoc or graduate student). You will be unable to participate in the season if you do not receive the e-mails sent to this list.