The ECS Career Center connects talent with opportunity! Search job listings; connect with employers; polish your resume; learn about the kaleidoscope of career paths available to you; and explore the next steps toward your personal career goals—all from a single dashboard. To stand out from the crowd, take advantage of the tools the ECS Career Center offers. (more…)
In a candidate-driven market, candidates—not companies—have the upper hand. Hiring in a candidate-driven market is tough. As an employer, you are constantly competing for the right talent. To ensure that you’re spending your recruiting dollars on the right resources, use The Electrochemical Society Career Center. It’s the best source to look for highly-qualified professionals in your industry.
With The Electrochemical Society Career Center’s pay-per-use Resume Bank, you search through anonymous resumes before you pay anything. Browse and contact candidates for free. Pay only when the candidate accepts your invite. (more…)
Navigating through an intensely competitive job market is intimidating, especially when you can’t find anything to set you apart from thousands of job seekers in the industry. The ECS Career Center is an online career destination that offers a wealth of resources to help you stand out from the competition.
The ECS Career Center lets you access relevant career content to assist with career development. Research the industry, get networking tips, and brush up on your interview skills. Set up Job Alerts to be the first to know when a job matching your criteria is posted. Not sure if your resume or CV makes the cut? Request a review from the experts, to help list your strengths and weaknesses.
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Graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral researchers interested in careers in electrochemical fields are invited to the free ECS Pacific Northwest Section inaugural Industry and Careers Day.
To promote careers in electrochemistry, the event connects participants with industry and national laboratory representatives providing insights into careers in electrochemical fields, skills valued in job candidates, and upcoming opportunities in the rapidly expanding electrochemical technology area.
You do not need to be an ECS member to participate in the webinar. You must pre-register for the event through your ECS My Account. Don’t have one? It’s easy to create–visit Create an Account now. (more…)
The ECS Career Center places open jobs before the most qualified electrochemical professionals. Exclusive Job Flash emails go directly to their inboxes. Find the best professional to take your organization to the next level.
Recruitment continues to mirror our predominantly virtual lives, keeping the search for top talent a priority. Finding quality candidates is easy with the features available on The Electrochemical Society Career Center.
Here are three steps to connect with candidates in 2021: (more…)
The ECS Career Center serves as a resource to help you connect with employers and find exactly what you’re looking for as you take the next steps in your career! Take advantage of all the tools the ECS Career Center has to offer to make your resume stand out from the crowd.
Ask the expert
The ECS Career Center’s “Ask the Expert” feature allows members to connect with expert career coaches and resume writers who can offer valuable insight and ideas as you navigate the job search process. This service offers you the opportunity to connect with a career professional who can answer your questions and help you prepare for your job search.
By: Alyssa Doyle, ECS Membership Intern
Student Mixer (sponsored by BMW)
As an upcoming leader in the electrochemistry and solid state science professions, students are encouraged to attend the mixer to network with their future colleagues. Light refreshments and food will be available.
The event is being held on Monday from 1900-2100h. Student member tickets are $5 and student nonmember tickets $15.
A pilot-program for the society biannual meeting, the event creates the opportunity for employers/recruiters to meet and interview job-seekers, volunteers, and post-doctoral candidates in electrochemistry and solid state science.
The event will be located in the Exhibit Hall during the technical exhibit hours. Free to all meeting registrants.
Author Information Session
Join Robert Savinell, Dennis Hess, and Jeff Fergus for insight into opportunities available for publishing with ECS, understanding the journals continuous publication model and types of articles published by ECS, how to publish open access and how ECS’s Free the Science initiative supports open access for authors, where content is accessible after publication, and more.
The event will be located in Maryland 4 on Tuesday from 1600h-1700h. Open to all meeting attendees.
LIVE WEBCAST: April 30th at 5:00pm
Find out more and register today!
Flow Batteries for Grid-Scale Energy Storage
Large-scale energy storage is required to meet a multitude of current energy challenges. These challenges include modernizing the grid, incorporating intermittent renewable energy sources (so as to dispatch continuous electrical energy), improving the efficiency of electricity transmission and distribution, and providing flexibility of storage independent of geographical and geological location. Read more.
How to Publish in ECS Journals
ECS publications span the entire subject area of electrochemistry and solid-state science. The Society publishes peer-reviewed technical journals, proceedings, monographs, conference abstracts, and a quarterly news magazine. The Society’s oldest title, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, has been in continuous publication since the Society’s founding in 1902.
ECS Student Member Benefits, Awards, and Travel Grants
ECS offers a variety of options for students to get involved. Tune in to find out more.
Presented by Beth Fisher
ECS Associate Director of Development & Membership Services
Space is limited! Register today!
ECS’s job board keeps you up-to-date with the latest career opportunities in electrochemical and solid state science. Check out the latest openings that have been added to the board.
P.S. Employers can post open positions for free!
Final Coat – Akron, Ohio
Cutting edge Research Laboratory looking for experienced (4-5 yrs.) electrochemist with a background in corrosion research to join our team. Located in Akron, Ohio. Corrosion Research will be focused on steel/zinc systems. The candidate will direct the corrosion research and be able to design experiments, specify equipment needed, perform data analysis and have an understanding of data acquisition and programming.
Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona
Prof. Karl Sieradzki has an immediate opening in his group for a postdoctoral researcher in the general area of electrochemistry/corrosion. Applicants should have a PhD in chemistry, chemical engineering or materials science and possess extensive knowledge of electrochemistry and relevant materials characterization techniques such as SEM, XRD, etc. Additional experience in non-aqueous electrochemistry (organic solvents and/or ionic liquids) and C++ coding would be preferred but not required for this position.
All of us at ECS wish our graduating student members the best on their December commencement!
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