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Date: Fri Jan 27 11:11:22 2017
Subject: 17.01.27 Scientific Software Developer, Surrey, UK
Natasha Young is recruiting for a Scientific Software Developer to join 
a dedicated team of researchers providing an outsourced service to Eli 
Lilly, one of the top ten largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. 
This role is offered on a full time, permanent basis and will be based at 
the client's site in Surrey which is commutable from London, Oxford, 
Reading and Guilford.

Key Responsibilities:
*Development of software in Python to perform defined computational 
 chemistry tasks
*Maintenance of existing software in Python, Perl, C++ and bash
*Deployment of software in global, multi-site Linux environment
*Monitoring of software performance via test suites
*Documentation of code in version control software
*Documentation of software for end users and other developers
Required Skills/Experience:	
*Strong software development skill in Python, Perl or C++
*Degree or PhD in Computer Science, Chemo-Informatics Computational 
 Chemistry or equivalent level of technical experience
*Experience working with scientific software and chemical structures
*Good interpersonal and communication skills 
*Ability to make technical presentations to peers
For more information or to apply for this Scientific Software Developer
position, please contact Natasha Young on 01246 457722 or 
nyoung~! Alternatively, please click on the link below 
to apply online now.
CK IT is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from 
all who meet our selection criteria. 
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for this role, it means that on this occasion you have not been 
shortlisted for the next stage of the recruitment campaign. Entitlement 
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