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The Green Chemistry Network (GCN) aims to promote awareness and facilitate education, training and practice of Green Chemistry in industry, commerce, central, regional and local government, academia and schools.

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  • Green Chemistry Post Doctoral Research Associate (Cyclic CO2R): University of York, UK – The Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, within the Department of Chemistry at the University of York, has a vacancy for a Post Doctoral Research Associate to work on an EU FPVII grant in the area of carbon dioxide utilisation for the synthesis of cyclic carbonates.
  • Product Integrity Specialist – Green Chemistry: The Walt Disney Company – London, United Kingdom. The Product Integrity specialist will take responsibility for analysing complex chemicals regulations and product data to fulfil product regulations and support the Green Chemistry programs across EMEA.
  • Program Manager, Green Chemistry: Disney Corporate The core objective of this role is to support the development of a new enterprise wide department, Green Chemistry, and manage programs as they develop, pilot, and scale.
  • Postdoctoral Scientist: GreenCentre Canada 12-month contract position. Candidates should have interest in future employment in industry, specifically with early stage technology companies.
  • Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Scientist (Green Chemistry): Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore. Research is focused on the development of green methodologies for chemical and pharmaceutical synthesis, CO2 utilization and biomass transformation.
  • Opportunities for PhD candidates and Postdoctoral Fellows McGill University: Focus on the design and development of new sustainable products which will both meet the needs of and stimulate the Canadian agricultural, forestry, fishing, mining, and energy sectors, while reducing the reliance on non-renewable resources. Initial expressions of interest should be emailed to
  • EPSRC Fellowship in Sustainable Feedstocks (Early Career stage): A major theme for the Manufacturing the future is providing the feedstocks for next generation manufacturing processes, through transition of the state-of-the-art in the scale-up of physical sciences and biological outputs.
  • Research Chair in Sustainable Chemistry and Materials: Department of Chemistry, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada. The successful candidate will be an emerging scholar who has demonstrated research productivity and potential to achieve international recognition within the next 5 – 10 years. The Selection Committee will begin considering applications immediately with an anticipated start date of January 1, 2016.
  • Future Earth Global Hub Directors: Engage the world’s leading experts in sustainability and environmental research from a trans-disciplinary perspective, opportunities in Boulder (USA), Montreal (Canada), Paris (France), Stockholm (Sweden) and Tokyo (Japan)
  • Five Research Fellow Positions : The research Team “STAR-AgroEnergy” at Foggia University, Italy, is accepting applications for five RESEARCH FELLOWS.