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Date: Fri Jul 7 11:28:06 2017
Subject: 17.07.07 Computational chemistry researcher at Cresset, Cambridge, UK
Job Spec CV19  Computational Chemistry Researcher

Cresset ( is a scientific software company 
based outside Royston in Cambridgeshire. We develop cross-platform 
software tools for chemists working in the pharmaceutical industry. 

We have an opening for a computational chemistry researcher to assist in 
developing new scientific techniques and turning these into industry-
leading easy-to-use software products. You will be a PhD-level scientist 
with experience in computational chemistry and/or molecular modelling, 
ideally in the field of drug discovery. You will also have advanced 
scripting skills in Perl or (preferably) Python, and some experience in 
scientific programming with C, C++, Java or Fortran. 

You will be expected to assist in researching, specifying, designing and
helping to implement the next set of cutting-edge software tools from 
Cresset. In addition, you will work independently on scientific research 
projects, produce papers based on these, and present your research 
worldwide to Cresset customers and at scientific conferences.

Cresset offers an interesting, lively and fun working environment with
the emphasis on results and delivering excellent service to our
customers. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications
from all people equally. We offer a salary package commensurate with 
your skills and experience, together with a company pension scheme, 
bonus scheme, and flexible working hours.

Please send a CV and cover letter to Dr Mark Mackey (mark^

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