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Date: Thu Jul 29 17:07:44 2021
Subject: 21.07.29 Full-Stack Developer - Deep Tech; Early Charm Ventures; Baltimore, MD
What we do:
Early Charm creates, owns, and operates businesses that convert science 
into revenue.  We are the management team, the operators, and the 
entrepreneurs. We do not write checks and just pop in for board meetings.
We show up to our labs, our production facilities, and our offices every 
day to do all the heavy lifting in our portfolio companies. Our scientists
and engineers work across our entire portfolio, never just one venture.
This brings extraordinary expertise to the earliest stages of product
development. The lack of silos fosters creativity and attracts the most
collaborative people. Similarly, our sales & marketing team works across
our portfolio enabling us to have the voice of customers heard early and
often as we consider product development. Add in our experts in law,
intellectual property, accounting, finance, licensing, purchasing and more
to get the complete team to build our businesses.

What you will do:
You will work primarily with our companies selling computational drug
design software. Our companies have well developed, scientifically 
validated algorithms that model proteins in complex virtual environments.
Our customers use these models to design molecules that efficiently and 
selectively interact with the proteins. Interfering with the actions of
proteins is the most common way that therapeutic drugs function.

We have an exceptional team of computational chemists and a recurring
customer base. We need a full-stack developer to develop a GUI application
based on web-technologies. The technologies used in our existing
application is based on JavaScript/Vue.js/Electron. The backend is more
flexible but either node.js or Python is anticipated. Familiarity with
traditional HPC environment as well as cloud infrastructure is strongly
preferred. While it is optional, experience with computational modeling
software or the protocol is favored.

While the immediate need is for your help with our computational drug 
design companies, you will also have opportunities to work with our 
machine vision companies to engage in the development of our algorithm
demos and facilitate productization. We are using machine vision in areas
such as determining biomass on shrimp farms, making decisions on the
viability of kidneys for transplant, detecting defects in automotive
coatings, and fall detection. 

What you need to be successful:
A deep understanding of high-performance computing, JavaScript, Vue.js,
Electron, node.js, and Python. A history of successfully developing
web-based user interface. The ability to work collaboratively with
scientists and market managers to meet the needs of our customers.

What we will do for you:
Career development is our top priority for you. While we love the idea
of people joining Early Charm forever, we are realistic to understand
that we may be a steppingstone to other opportunities or a way for you
to explore career options. Regardless of your reasons for joining us,
our commitment is to help you.

Where you will work:
We are at the center of the entrepreneurial renaissance of Baltimore
giving you the opportunity to interact with some of the nations most
exciting technology companies. Located at 1100 Wicomico Street, our labs,
production space and offices are intermingled with firms doing engineering
design, software development, specialty textiles, 3D printing, and so much
more. There is even a brewery.

Early Charm is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on 
the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual 
orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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