|CCL 22.01.06 Scientific Software Developer, Montreal, Canada|
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Date: Fri Jan 7 01:48:11 2022
Subject: 22.01.06 Scientific Software Developer, Montreal, Canada
Scientific Software Developer at Chemical Computing Group, Montreal, Canada
Chemical Computing Group (CCG), a leading life science software company whose products have been used by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies around the world for over 25 years, is seeking talented programmers to help advance the state of the art in drug discovery software.
You are an exceptional programmer with an enthusiasm for learning and collaborating, looking to join a small, high-performing team where you can work at the height of your skills on projects that have relevancy in today's world.
In this full-time position based in our downtown office in Montreal, Canada, you will take responsibility for key areas of development, seeing projects through from conception to release. You will have opportunities to deepen or acquire expertise across the domains of computational and medicinal chemistry and biologics, develop fluency in SVL, the scientific vector language, as well as prepare scientific talks and present them at conferences, and interact with clients.
Your Work Experience and Training
Please send your resume and cover letter by email to ccgjobs a chemcomp.com, with R&D SCI in the subject line. Please include descriptions of the programming and scientific projects in which you were involved, and the nature of your involvement.
For more job openings, please visit our careers page at https://www.chemcomp.com/Career.htm.
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