|CCL 17.04.18 Senior Scientist, Algorithms for Protein Structure Prediction, Schrödinger, NYC|
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Date: Tue Apr 18 12:38:49 2017
Subject: 17.04.18 Senior Scientist, Algorithms for Protein Structure Prediction, Schrödinger, NYC
Schrödinger, a technology leader specializing in software solutions for life science research and development, is seeking a computational scientist with outstanding skills for the development of structure-based drug design methods. The ideal candidate is a scientist experienced in the application, development, and refinement of methods for atomic-scale structure-based drug design. The candidate should have a demonstrated ability to build novel algorithms but also be comfortable building on top of existing algorithms. The candidate should also work well in a collaborative environment and be eager to adopt good software engineering practices.
Required qualifications include:
Desirable qualifications include:
We are prepared to offer a highly competitive compensation package for an exceptionally well-qualified candidate. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), flexible spending account, 3+ weeks vacation, and tuition reimbursement.
Please apply directly via our website at: https://www.schrodinger.com/careers/scientists/senior-scientist-algorithms-protein-structure-prediction
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