|CCL 21.08.06 Applications Scientist, Life Science, Japan - Schrödinger|
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Date: Fri Aug 6 13:01:23 2021
Subject: 21.08.06 Applications Scientist, Life Science, Japan - Schrödinger
We’re looking to hire an Applications Scientist to join us in our mission to improve human health and quality of life through the development, distribution, and application of advanced computational methods.
Schrödinger is on the cutting edge of computer-aided drug discovery. We set the record for the largest and fastest cloud computing run, and our software suites continue to revolutionize the design of therapeutics and materials. FEP+, WaterMap, Glide, Maestro, and LiveDesign are just a few examples of the programs weve created.
As a member of our Japanese Applications Science team, based in Tokyo, you’ll provide scientific support and presentations for life-science customers ranging from large pharmas to biotechs. You’ll train and guide customers in their use of our groundbreaking molecular modeling suites and address challenging problems in drug discovery.
This Tokyo-based position requires Japanese language fluency and will involve travel to visit customers in Japan and to attend international meetings a few times a year.
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