AbbVie Senior Scientist I/II, Chemistry in North Chicago, Illinois
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We are seeking a highly motivated chemist with a proven track record of accomplishment to work in a multi-functional team environment to join the Protein Degradation group in North Chicago, IL. Experience with early stage projects and/or knowledge of hit identification and chemical biology techniques is preferred. This individual should enjoy working with innovative technologies in a highly collaborative fast-paced environment.
The candidate is expected to generate new synthetic and medicinal chemistry proposals and lead those efforts. May act as a lead scientist in his/her area of expertise on one or more projects. Critically evaluate relevant scientific advances and integrate this knowledge into research programs.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Conceive and execute medicinal chemistry research thatachieves project and area goals. Expertise in synthetic organic chemistryis an essential requirement of this position to drive the SAR optimizationcycle.
Maintain a high level of productivity in the laboratorysetting.
Demonstrate the ability to resolve key project hurdlesand assumptions by effectively utilizing available information andtechnical expertise.
Proactively seek out new information in the literatureand incorporate this into individual project(s) as well as the overallprogram.
Demonstrate a high degree of responsibility inmaintaining scientific standards, and safe laboratory practices for selfand reporting staff, if any.
Participate in establishing project goals, definingshort and long-term scientific strategies, and contribute to thegeneration of project-related documents and presentations.
Keep accurate and current records of research and/orproject related activities according to AbbVie policies.
Internal/External Contacts andInteractions:
Act as advocate to integrate this knowledge into thegroup's research efforts. Generate new research or development strategiesto effectively address project and divisional goals/needs.
Collaborate with functional and technical experts tofacilitate scientific achievement.
Publish project-related research in high-impact factorpeer-reviewed journals, R&D reports, patent applications and/orregulatory documents/filings.
Responsible for compliance with applicable Corporateand Divisional Policies and procedures.
Position will be hired based on level of experience.
Bachelors, Masters, or PhD with typically 10-12+ (BS), 8-10+ (MS) or PhD 0-4+ years of experience; pharmaceutical industry experience is highly preferred.
A high level of technical skill in technical lab operations and a general understanding of related businesses.
Ability to work independently to meet operational goals and business needs.
Ability to interact and establish interaction with internal/external customers.
Shows broad understanding of the issues relevant to technical/science and business.
Significant Work Activities
Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day)
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Equal Employment Opportunity
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