|CCL 17.01.05 Solutions Architect, Enterprise Informatics - Schrodinger, NYC|
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Date: Thu Jan 5 17:52:59 2017
Subject: 17.01.05 Solutions Architect, Enterprise Informatics - Schrodinger, NYC
Schrödinger is seeking a Solutions Architect in Enterprise Informatics.
What we do: We develop a software platform that allow scientists to leverage the power of physics-based simulations throughout all stages of the pharmaceutical and biotech drug discovery process. We make software that improves the lives of millions of people.
Who we are: We are passionate engineers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers. Our team consists of alumni of great engineering companies (e.g., Google and Microsoft) and startups, but have made the decision to work on something with significant human impact. Our clients include many large pharmaceutical companies and our investors are fellow technology visionaries, including Bill Gates.
You are: An engineer, developer, and/or scientist that loves solving practical problems. You are comfortable being on the front lines and squashing problems as they surface. You keep your cool when problems get tough. You enjoy learning about business and organization details as much as the science/engineering details. You are an incredibly fast learner and can wear many hats. You enjoy teaching and sharing ideas.
Please apply directly via our website at: www.schrodinger.com/careers/software-engineers/solutions-architect-enterprise-informatics
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