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Subject: 16.10.13 Lead Software Scientist, Molecular Sciences Software Institute, Virginia Tech

Lead Software Scientist, Molecular Sciences Software Institute, Virginia Tech

The Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI), located at Virginia Tech, seeks candidates for a Lead Software Scientist. The successful candidate will work with the MolSSI Director and Board of Directors to lead and coordinate day-to-day activities of the MolSSI, will oversee the work of the software staff and software fellows, and will be actively involved in software development and training. Candidates should have demonstrable skills in computational methods and theories for molecular sciences, software development and management.

Qualified applicants must have a PhD in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, materials science or related areas with demonstrated related experience. The application should also have a strong research record; strong communication skills to effectively interact with all stakeholders in MolSSI and with staff; and the ability to timely plan, initiate and execute activities. In addition, the successful candidate will mentor the software staff and fellows and help prepare reports as necessary for the funding agency.

Applicants must submit online at and locate the posting for Lead Software Scientist under the Department of Chemistry (Posting SR0160147).

Applicants will submit a curriculum vita, a cover letter, and provide three references. The Search Committee Coordinator is available to address any specific questions related to the position: Professor Theresa Windus, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry, 125 Spedding Hall Ames, IA 50011;
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Additional information about the MolSSI is available at

Virginia Tech is an AA/EEO employer and applications from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged. Occasional travel for consultations and to attend professional meetings and conferences is required, and University policy requires a criminal background check.

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