We are looking for a Scientific Director - Group Leader in Medicinal Chemistry who has a passion for drugging the “undruggable” for cancer patients through TEAMSCIENCE.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Challenge the status quo and inspire others to pursue new approaches
- Be a role model for TEAMSCIENCE
- Set scientific priorities and develop a group of 15-20 scientists
- Shape the future medicinal chemistry strategy for oncology
- Achieve scientific breakthroughs for discovery research projects
- PhD Degree in Medicinal Chemistry
- At least ten years of industry experience, of which five years as a leader
- Strong publication track record
- English and German (as working language)
- Staff restaurant
- Pension scheme
- Additional off-days (bridge days)
- Comprehensive health promotion
- Position specific training opportunities
We offer an attractive salary package in line with your qualification, experience and individual competencies. The base pay is composed of a market oriented excess payment and the respective amount according to the Austrian collective agreement (at least € 87.600 gross per year/full-time).
Innovative medicines for people and animals have for more than 130 years been what the research-driven pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim stands for. Boehringer Ingelheim is one of the pharmaceutical industry’s top 20 companies and to this day remains family-owned. Day by day, some 50,000 employees create value through innovation for the three business areas human pharmaceuticals, animal health and biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing. In 2017, Boehringer Ingelheim achieved net sales of nearly 18.1 billion euros. R&D expenditure, exceeding three billion euros, corresponded to 17.0 per cent of net sales.
Your HR Recruiting Manager for this Position is Karima Kube.
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