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Junior Computational Chemist: Redx Pharma Ltd
(added Oct 4th 2012)
We are seeking a Computational Chemist join our team, supporting a broad portfolio of drug discovery and development projects. The job will require the candidate to provide computational drug discovery support services to a team of medicinal and development chemists, and will be responsible for hands-on project support working within the computational chemistry team (initially with one senior computational chemist). The role requires core familiarity with:
The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years’ experience within an academic, pharma or biotech environment with knowledge of and experience in using many of the techniques above, and will have working knowledge of the principal computational chemistry tools (academic, commercial and freeware) which can be applied to these and other problems in drug discovery and development. The candidate will also have experience in working one-to-one with medicinal or synthetic chemists, and have excellent communication and presentation skills.
Please apply by emailing your CV and covering letter to email@example.com quoting reference JID – CCJ
Computer-Aided Drug Discovery (CADD) Scientist – Novartis, Basel
(added Oct 1st 2012)
We are looking for an outstanding CADD scientist with experience in the application of cheminformatics, modelling and computational chemistry techniques to target assessment, hit finding and lead optimization; the key objective of the role is to impact discovery projects and to strengthen collaborations with biologists and chemists working to discover new medicines.
The successful candidate should be an established CADD Scientist with proven track record of contributions to discovery projects, exemplified by publications and patents; candidates who have contributed significantly to the successful delivery of a clinical candidate will be preferred.
The ideal candidate will be competent in written and oral communication skills, well organised with good time management. Further, he / she will be professional, cooperative, self motivated and able to take the initiative. We look for a strong team player with good interpersonal skills who has an understanding of team dynamics and of how to make high impact in a drug discovery environment
To apply, please upload your CV, covering letter, which should include a reference to this advertisement (CADD Investigator at Basel, 104185BR), and any other documentation you would like us to consider through the link in this website: http://nibr.com/careers/.
(added Aug 28 2012)
The post requires a postgraduate qualification in chemoinformatics or equivalent experience; you would play the lead role in the curation of the chemistry content of the databases. Further details are available on the University of Edinburgh website
(http://www.jobs.ed.ac.uk) under vacancy reference 3016163.
Tony Harmar FRSE firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Pharmacology
University/BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Science Queen’s Medical Research Institute University of Edinburgh
47 Little France Crescent
Edinburgh, EH16 4TJ, Scotland
Tel +44 131 242 6693 FAX +44 131 242 6782 http://www.guidetopharmacology.org
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