The Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI) located at Virginia Tech seeks candidates for multiple software scientist positions in the areas of computer science and software engineering. The successful candidates will be actively involved in an interdisciplinary team who will help design and develop software frameworks that will deliver new scientific advances in molecular sciences. The candidate will also interact with community code developers including Software Fellows, provide software development training, collaborate with partners in cyberinfrastructure, form mutually productive coalitions with industry, government labs and international efforts. Candidates should have demonstrable skills in computational methods and theories in computer science and software engineering. Experience with community scientific software development is useful.
Qualified applicants must have a PhD (or, for exceptional candidates, an MSc with significant applicable experience) in computer engineering, computer science, or related area; and experience in theoretical and computational methods for computer science or software engineering.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Software Scientist Team as a Whole
Applicants must submit their applications online at http://www.jobs.vt.edu and locate the posting for Staff Software Scientists (Posting SR0180031) under the Department of Chemistry. Applicants will submit a curriculum vita, a cover letter, and provide three references. The Search Committee Coordinator is available to address any specific questions related to the position: Professor Theresa Windus, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry, 125 Spedding Hall Ames, IA 50011; email@example.com.
Review of applications will continue until all positions are filled.
Virginia Tech is an AA/EEO employer and applications from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged. Occasional travel for consultations and to attend professional meetings and conferences is required, and University policy requires a criminal background check.