for Physical Chemists by Physical Chemists
There is a recognised need within the physical chemistry (phys chem) and ADMET (Absorption Distribution Metabolism Excretion Toxicity) industry for a forum for discussion between those scientists carrying out practical research and analytical work. There have been a number of extremely high quality international meetings covering all aspects of this field and while the papers presented have been cutting edge there has been limited scope for bench scientists to meet in a more informal setting with a view to presenting current work and a discussion of challenges that were overcome and those yet to be faced. Furthermore these meetings have generally been expensive precluding multiple attendees from smaller departments.
Our goal is to generate an environment for informed debate and discussion in a non-commercial setting with excellent networking opportunities.
Our next meeting will be hosted by Sirius Analytical in March 2014 - details to follow.
Sirius Analytical is a UK manufacturer of innovative instruments for chemical analysis and is experiencing high year on year growth. This position requires a Software Engineer with excellent C++ and MFC skills to be part of a software development team of four that is currently focussed on bringing an exciting new analytical instrument to the Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industries. You will need to excel in an environment with minimal management supervision whilst working closely with members of the research and development departments. Whilst C++ coding is the main requirement there will be opportunity to demonstrate skills in:
Some chemistry knowledge and experience of evaluating and manipulating the data output from scientific instruments would be an advantage although not essential for success. You will have a degree in software engineering or a related discipline and it is absolutely essential that you are a positive and highly self-motivated individual if you are going to fit in with the company culture.
To apply, email your CV with a covering letter to HR@sirius-analytical.com.
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