Chicago, IL: AbbVie is hiring a senior chemoinformatics analyst. Nice work if you can get it, I'll bet:
AbbVie is looking for a highly motivated and talented Cheminformatics Analyst to support Research Informatics in our Lake County, IL corporate headquarters. The desired candidate will have a demonstrated track record in managing large volumes of scientific data in support of drug discovery projects and should have significant experience with in-house and commercial software solutions that facilitate data acquisition and analysis for in medicinal chemistry research and drug design.
A MS in a scientific/technical discipline (Chemistry, Biology or Computer Science) with 7 years experience, or a PhD with 3 years experience, working in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry.
Minimum 3 years experience in cheminformatic software development. Familiar with chemistry registration and electronic lab notebooks.
Experience programming with chemistry database, such as Accelrys chemistry cartridge, and OpenEye are preferred.I have a question for my pharma/biotech readers. This is a job aimed directly at a mid/large pharma-type, right? Am I wrong at thinking that you don't get access to Spotfire, Pipeline Pilot and the like without working at a largish (i.e. non-academic) drug discovery institution, yes?
Cincinnati, OH: I think that Procter and Gamble is trying to hire a senior B.S./M.S. analytical chemist (principal scientist and above.) Not positive, though.
Well, it's experience: Excet is looking for a B.S./M.S. coatings/formulations chemist with 1+ years experience in the field for work at the Naval Research Laboratory. Pays 47-56k -- in the D.C. area. Uh, really? Seems a touch low.
This week in engineering positions: Genentech would like to hire a new-ish B.S. engineer for work in cell culture. Also, would someone please fill these paper mill engineering positions in Oregon? (Why are these people at C&EN Jobs, again?)