The NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials (C-GEM) is seeking a talented and innovative chemical synthesis coordinator to join our team. Responsibilities include the design and synthesis of complex and enantiomerically pure non-ɑ-amino acid monomers and their derivatives to advance C-GEM’s efforts to expand the chemistry of the proteome. You will work closely with graduate students and postdocs, providing guidance in synthetic strategy design, optimization, and troubleshooting. You will also interact with the broader interdisciplinary C-GEM team to provide updates and input into how new molecules could be generated to test hypotheses and advance Center science. This position represents a unique opportunity to apply sophisticated synthetic tools at the forefront of chemical and synthetic biology. We are especially interested in enthusiastic candidates with prior experience in enantioselective synthesis, excellent communication skills, and commitment to working effectively as part of a transdisciplinary team. The position can be based either at Yale (in the lab of Scott Miller) or UC Berkeley (in the lab of Alanna Schepartz). Applicants are encouraged to apply to the job posting(s) of their interest.