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Date: Wed Oct 31 03:55:14 2018
Subject: 18.10.31 Computational Chemist (m/f), Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Computational Chemist (m/f)

Your role:
We are currently hiring a Computational Chemist (m/f) to strengthen our digital business unit, which
drives the digital transformation for globally and across business divisions  establishing modern
computational methods in chemical and material research to improve experimental efficiency and
enhance innovation. The candidate is expected to self-dependently execute tasks in our projects,
including the modeling of relevant problems in chemical processes and material development, design
of workflows and applications to solve these problems, and communication with our internal customers
to help them understand and implement the results.

We offer young professionals or graduates the opportunity to boost their career, working in an
interdisciplinary high-performance team that is focused on innovation in the intersection of
business, chemistry and digital technology. This offer includes the opportunity to expand your
skills in a scientific, technical and business dimension at the same time, intellectual challenge to
solve some of the most complex problems in the industry and innovate on entirely new digital
business models, stimulating work environment in a very diverse, high caliber team

Who you are:
- Ph.D. in Computational and/or Theoretical Chemistry or a similar field
- Strong in quantum chemistry with focus on simulations in chemical synthesis and/or material design
- Strong in modelling reaction chemistry and catalysis
- Familiar with simulation of experimental systems with a variety of computational methods and converting 
  the obtained data into working hypotheses and models
- Knowledge of modern data analytic methods and cheminformatics tools
- Scripting and programming experience
Apply here:
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