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Job Posting: Organic Chemist for SWITCH Materials

June 29, 2017
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SWITCH Materials is looking for an Organic Chemist to work with their Research and Development team to support and accelerate the commercialization of products based on SWITCH’s proprietary materials. 

Responsibilities:

  • Planning multistep synthesis schemes 
  • Carrying out successful synthesis of the target product, yield optimization, data analysis, and interpretation
  • Documenting experiments and writing reports
  • Ordering materials and equipment, 
  • Dealing with suppliers
  • Organizing and maintaining the organic synthesis areas of the facility
Requirements:
  • PhD degree in Chemistry with specialization in organic synthesis or MSc degree plus relevant laboratory experience
  • Materials chemistry background is an asset
  • Knowledge of moisture and oxygen sensitive chemistry
  • Knowledge of lithiation chemistry and various cross-coupling reactions
  • Knowledge of NMR, MS, HPLC
  • Experience with large scale reactions is an asset
This is a six month term contract position. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to careers@switchmaterials.com with "Organic Chemist" in the subject line. In your cover letter please indicate when you would be available to start. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
 
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