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Computational Scientist (Theoretical Chemistry) | 902

Job Description

Computational Scientist (Theoretical Chemistry, Python, Methods Development)

We are currently seeking a Computational Scientist (Theoretical Chemistry, Python, Methods Development) to join a world-leading chemistry simulation software organization (quintupled net worth over the last 12 months) and further develop their computational platform that accelerates R&D efforts for various research institutes and biopharmaceutical companies worldwide.

With a strong international presence all over North America, Europe, and Asia, you will be collaborating heavily with the world's most gifted scientists, empowering other institutions and labs to discover high-quality, novel molecules more rapidly, at a lower cost, and more accurately while also harnessing this platform for your internal drug discovery/materials science programs.

Essentially, we are looking for a strong computational scientist/software developer with experience writing high-performance scientific code (ideally a contributor to a quantum chemistry software package) in the field of electronic structure/molecular dynamics, who is interested in contributing to world-altering chemistry solutions.

We can offer a Computational Scientist:

· A chance to solve world-altering quantum chemical problems

· A close-knit, collaborative environment working with the brightest minds in research

· Chance to work in industry with an academic environment, led by world-renowned researchers

· Strong base salaries, stock options, and benefits packages (health, dental, vision, 401k, etc.)

Key Skills: Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Chemistry, Electronic Structure, Theoretical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Computational Physics, Software Development, Python, C/C++, Fortran, Molecular Dynamics, QM/MM, Quantum-Classical Mechanical Methods, Drug Discovery, Materials Science, Density Functional Theory, DFT, QChem, Q-Chem, GAMESS, Gaussian, High-Performance Computing, HPC, CUDA, Methods Development