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NOC 2112 – Chemists job titles

NOC 2112 – Chemists job titles

December 7, 2019

National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 2112 is for Chemists job titles

NOC skill type/level: Skill Level A

Employment requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biochemistry or a related discipline is required.
  • A master’s or doctoral degree is usually required for employment as a research chemist.
  • Licensing by a provincial association of chemists is required in Quebec and Alberta, and available but voluntary, in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

List of Job Titles for NOC 2112 – Chemists job titles

  • agricultural chemist
  • agrochemist
  • analytical biochemist
  • analytical chemist
  • atmospheric chemist
  • bioanalytical chemist
  • biochemist
  • biochemistry research scientist
  • biological chemist
  • chemical spectroscopist
  • chemist
  • chemist – biomolecular assembly
  • chemistry research scientist
  • chemistry researcher
  • clinical chemist
  • coatings chemist
  • control chemist
  • dairy chemist
  • detergent chemist
  • dye chemist
  • electrochemist
  • environmental chemist
  • enzyme chemist
  • fermentologist
  • food chemist
  • forensic chemist
  • glass chemist
  • hydrochemist
  • industrial chemist
  • inorganic chemist
  • laboratory chemist
  • leather chemist
  • medical biochemist
  • medical chemist
  • medicinal chemist
  • nanochemist
  • nuclear chemist
  • nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopist
  • nutritional chemist
  • oceanographic chemist
  • optical spectroscopist
  • organic chemist
  • organic mass spectrometrist
  • organometallic chemist
  • petroleum chemist
  • pharmaceutical chemist
  • pharmacological chemist
  • physical chemist
  • physical research chemist
  • physiological chemist
  • plastics and resins chemist
  • polymer chemist
  • process control chemist
  • protective coatings chemist
  • protein chemist
  • quality control chemist
  • research chemist
  • soil chemist
  • standards chemist
  • textile chemist
  • theoretical chemist
  • water chemist
  • water purification chemist
  • wood chemist
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