|CCL 22.04.21 Computational Chemist, BioAscent Discovery Limited, Newhouse, United Kingdom|
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Subject: 22.04.21 Computational Chemist, BioAscent Discovery Limited, Newhouse, United Kingdom
Computational Chemist Based: BioCity, Glasgow Competitive + attractive benefits and possible relocation allowance Permanent, full time Discover a better future Are you a computational chemist looking to develop your career within a highly respected, people-orientated drug discovery company, whilst having a flexible, work-life balance situated in the beautiful and diverse culture of Scotland? Here at BioAscent, were rapidly growing our In Silico Discovery team. Were growing because were passionate about science and our customers like who we are and what we do. The role Working with innovative research companies from pharma and biotech to academic organisations from across the globe, youll apply and develop your computational chemistry/data analysis skills at the cutting edge of scientific research to help our customers discover innovative medicines. Youll be part of a multi-disciplinary team of talented scientists. All projects are varied, and youll collaborate and help solve challenging problems with our customers, from hit identification through to preclinical and clinical candidates across all biological target classes and major therapeutic indications. Working within smaller integrated teams youll have a higher level of involvement on customer projects and opportunities to meet and collaborate with the customer. Our growth brings with it the opportunity to learn and develop, and we foster an environment where you can flourish and further your career. Its not just about working at the bench but for those who want to, you can also grow to lead projects, and be involved in commercial decisions and proposals. About you You should have a sound knowledge of general modelling programs (such as ICM Pro, MOE, and Schrdinger) and computational techniques, data visualisation (e.g., Dotmatics Vortex) and pipelining tools (e.g., Knime) used in an industry-standard drug discovery setting. Skills and Experience: Ph.D. in computational chemistry, cheminformatics, or a related field Demonstrated skills in the application of computer-assisted drug design using modelling and computational software Experience in structure-based drug design and molecular dynamics is desirable Experience of working within a drug discovery environment would be an advantage Strong oral and written communication skills required Communicate and collaborate effectively with medicinal chemists, biologists, and other members of cross-functional project teams Excellent knowledge of at least one programming or scripting language (such as Python, Java or C++) Good knowledge of UNIX/Linux, queueing systems and cloud computing solutions Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a multidisciplinary, team-oriented environment Maintain and develop a working knowledge of state-of-the-art computational chemistry methods and their application to drug design Basic knowledge of medicinal chemistry preferred We welcome applications from recent PhDs to several years drug discovery industry experience. What we offer Our most valuable asset is our people, and we are committed to providing a supportive and collaborative environment within BioAscent. As a key member of the In Silico team, youll have the opportunity to shape your own career as part of our Career Engagement Review process. This can include both on-site initiatives such as continuous learning and bespoke training through recognised external experts and programmes. In addition, we offer a highly competitive salary which is reviewed annually, pension, life insurance. flexible working hours and a possible relocation allowance. Who we are Founded in 2013, BioAscent is a highly respected, successful, and award-winning provider of integrated drug discovery CRO services based in state-of-the-art laboratories at BioCity Glasgow in Newhouse, Scotland. Our integrated drug discovery services include de novo assay development, compound screening, medicinal and synthetic chemistry, computational chemistry, and compound management. BioAscent has undergone a period of sustained growth and now employs a team of over seventy. To find out why people choose to join and stay with BioAscent please visit our Careers Page. Quality of life Great science, team and laboratory environment are a given at BioAscent, but for work-life balance being based in Scotland is hard to beat. Situated a short distance between Glasgow and Edinburgh, and easy access to the beauty of Scottish lochs, islands, and mountains, we have the best of both worlds. If youre looking for a new role where youll work with a highly experienced Drug Discovery team, a place where youll feel appreciated within an all-inclusive environment, offering opportunities to develop your career but also maintain a great work-life balance, wed love to hear from you. How to apply Please send your CV and covering letter via the Apply link below. Informal enquiries are welcome and should be addressed to Dr Angelo Pugliese apugliese^-^bioascent.com Interviews will be carried out on an ongoing basis, so we encourage you to apply early. Please provide confirmation of your eligibility to work in the UK. We can consider sponsoring potential employees with relevant experience and qualifications under a Skilled Worker visa.
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