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Chemistry jobs USA | Project Manager @ Pittsburgh University
Job Classification: Research V
This position will serve as Research Project Manager with duties to include the day-to-day administration of research studies related to the UPCMLD chemical plant library synthesis; the planning and design of research protocols as well as the training of graduate students in the laboratory. The incumbent will work in a chemical laboratory with state-of-the-art combinatorial chemistry instrumentation and will be responsible and involved in computational chemistry, chemo- and bioinformatics, structure based drug design, combinatorial library design, quantum mechanics and molecular mechanics, and bioinformatic, synthesis, purification, analysis, storage and distribution of library compounds. The incumbent will be independent in finding appropriate literature sources to execute new chemical processes and devise solutions for problematic transformations. Must work with the Assistant and Associate Director of the CMLD in the selection of appropriate chemical substituents on library scaffolds in order to increase the drug-like character of library compounds. This process requires experience in medicinal chemistry at a pharmaceutical company or appropriate biotechnology company. The incumbent must also train and supervise the notebook keeping of other CMLD staff and insure it passes the requirements for US patent filing. Incumbent will assist with grant applications and reports, review manuscripts and monitor project spending, and will be involved in collaborative interactions with biologists. Management experience is essential.
Department Name :13203-Chemistry
Position Number: 0102558
Hiring Range: $34,476.00 – $55,848.00
Education Required: PhD or ScD. PhD in Chemistry or Biology is required. Some industrial or academic work experience could be advantageous.
Related Experience Level Required: minimum 3-5 years experience
Child Protection Clearances
The following PA Act 153 clearances and background checks may be required prior to commencement of employment and as a condition of continued employment: PA State Police Criminal Record Check, FBI Criminal Record Check, PA Child Abuse History Clearance.
Assignment Category: Regular, Full-Time.
The University offers an excellent comprehensive benefits package for all full-time and part-time regular employees including:
• Education benefits and a retirement plan with employer match
• Group medical insurance, life insurance, and optional vision and dental insurance
• Free transit service within Allegheny County for employees of the Oakland campus (Port Authority Transit)
• Time off benefits including vacation, sick and personal time
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