Silicon Quantum Computing

Careers

Careers
Careers

To achieve our goals, we need dedicated team members with proven expertise, valuable experience and a mindset that pushes beyond standard conventions.

What we're looking for:

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Bold Leaders

SQC is always looking for positive people who can shape our teams for the better. Driven, competitive, passionate and dedicated, we need people who want to change the World, and bring people along with them to help make that happen.

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Smart Thinkers

Solving the challenges of our time requires minds that think seriously differently. Silicon Quantum Computing is searching for individuals who are relentlessly curious, meticulous in their diligence, robust in their thinking and unafraid to challenge convention.

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Creators and Builders

Rigorous thinkers and visionaries, audacious enough to think big and make it happen – that’s the kind of people we want to work with. Deeply skilled and hands hands-on, these team members will help shape products and thought processes that can change the world, and potentially affect the lives of millions for the better.

What we offer:

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New Inspiration

Expand your thinking with the opportunity to work with some of the best minds in an ever-changing field. We’ll actively encourage your input while guiding your potential to get the results we need – and the success we’re aiming for.

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Groundbreaking Technology

Your experience will be positively shaped by our powerful facilities and technology that’s some of the best in the world. We’ll actively help you develop a diverse and broad range of practical skills that will last a lifetime.

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Intimate Collaboration

You’ll enjoy working with a team of diverse and inspiring people who push each other to grow and push boundaries. A healthy competitively-positive workplace is an important part of our ethos’. It’s here you’ll combine your ‘can-do’ attitude with an open mind and a genuine team spirit.

Where we live

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Sydney is already well known as one of the world’s most extraordinary cities. Surrounded by some of the world’s best beaches with a climate perfect for the outdoors, little wonder it’s consistently rated as one of the world’s most liveable cities.

Jobs

If you think you have the passion, vision and determination to join our team we might have an opportunity for you.

Quantum Applications Scientist

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The Quantum Applications Scientist works with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at SQC.

This role supports the identification of use cases and algorithm development for a 100-qubit quantum processor, as the broader SQC team works to scale quantum devices from 10-qubit to 100-qubit architectures within the next 5 years. This will include the development of quantum algorithms for a variety of problem types, ranging from optimisation to machine learning. This position will focus on applications relevant to key industries, including the transport, finance, defence, telecommunications, and chemistry industries. As part of this position, the Quantum Applications Scientist will also examine the use of so-called noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) era algorithms and their applicability for observing a quantum advantage.

The Quantum Applications Scientist will work closely with senior software, hardware, and processing engineers to develop algorithms to run on silicon-based quantum processors.

This position reports to Professor Michelle Simmons and will work closely with Dr Casey Myers, the Algorithms and Applications Team Lead.

To learn more about the role and apply, click the link below.

 

Quantum Applications Scientist

 

Applications close 22 August 2022

Device Processing Scientist

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The Device Processing Scientist is employed by UNSW to work with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC).

The Device Processing Scientist optimises the fabrication of nano to atomic scale devices in silicon. This includes the ongoing development of unique semiconductor fabrication techniques and processes utilising precision electron beam lithography, a mixture of dry and wet etching, evaporation and AFM techniques.

The Device Processing Scientist works alongside the clean-room managers, device processing engineers and scientists, and atomic-scale device fabrication scientists to help develop efficient device manufacturing processes of high yield and quality and support the overall fabrication of globally unique quantum computer processors.

This position is part of the Nanoscale Cleanroom Processing team and reports to Professor Michelle Simmons AO and the Lead Processing Scientist. While this role does not have any direct reports, it is expected that they will assist where necessary with the supervision of other team members.

To learn more about the role and apply, please click the link below.

 

Device Processing Scientist

 

Applications close 12 August 2022

Device Processing Engineer

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The Device Processing Engineer is employed by UNSW to work with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC).

The Device Processing Engineer is part of the Nanoscale Cleanroom Processing team and reports to Professor Michelle Simmons AO and the Lead Processing Scientist. The team collaborates with atomic-scale device fabrication engineers and scientists to help implement efficient device manufacturing processes of high yield and quality. This role will support the overall fabrication of globally unique quantum computer processors.

To learn more about the role and apply, click on the link below.

 

Device Processing Engineer

 

Applications close 12 August 2022

Junior Device Processing Engineer

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The Junior Device Processing Engineer will be employed by UNSW to work with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC).

The Junior Device Processing Engineer is part of the Nanoscale Cleanroom Processing team and reports to Professor Michelle Simmons AO and the Lead Processing Scientist. The team collaborates with atomic-scale device fabrication engineers and scientists to help implement efficient device manufacturing processes of high yield and quality. This role will support the overall fabrication of globally unique quantum computer processors.

To learn more about the role and apply, click on the link below.

 

Junior Device Processing Engineer

 

Applications close 12 August 2022

RF Quantum Computing Device Research Scientist

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The RF Quantum Computing Device Research Scientist works with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) based at UNSW Sydney.

The RF Quantum Computing Device Research Scientist designs, calibrates and operates electronics relevant to the development of a silicon-based quantum computer. Included in the research is the development and operation of experimental set-ups used in high-frequency multi-qubit experiments for the detection and control of individual spins in silicon, controlling the coupling between them, and the coherent entanglement of quantum information.

This position reports to Professor Michelle Simmons, will work closely with Dr Ludwik Kranz, the Cryogenic Operation and Scale-Up Team Lead, and work alongside other staff and students funded by SQC as well as the Australian Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T). While this role does not have any direct reports, it is expected that they will assist where necessary with the supervision of other team members.

To learn more about the role and apply, click on the link below.

 

RF Quantum Computing Device Research Scientist

 

Applications close 8 August 2022

RF Quantum Computing Device Engineer

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The RF Quantum Computing Device Engineer works with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) based at UNSW Sydney.

The RF Quantum Computing Device Engineer designs, calibrates and operates electronics relevant to the development of a silicon-based quantum computer. The role will work closely with the Cryogenic Operation and Scale-Up Team Lead to develop and operate experimental set-ups and execute high-frequency multi-qubit measurements for the detection and control of individual spins in silicon, controlling the coupling between them, and the coherent entanglement of quantum information as well as general maintenance of equipment, laboratory space and ensuring a safe operating environment for staff and students.

This position reports to Professor Michelle Simmons, will work closely with Dr Ludwik Kranz, the Cryogenic Operation and Scale-Up Team Lead, and work alongside other staff and students funded by SQC as well as the Australian Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T). While this role does not have any direct reports, it is expected that they will assist where necessary with the supervision of other team members.

To learn more about the role and apply, please click the link below.

 

RF Quantum Computing Device Engineer

 

Applications close 8 August 2022

Multi-Qubit Device Physicist

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The Multi-Qubit Physicist works with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) based at UNSW Sydney.

This role supports the development of a 100-qubit quantum processor as the team works to scale from 10-qubit to 100-qubit architectures within the decade. In particular, the Multi-Qubit Physicist develops wiring and microwave electronics and conducts used in high-frequency multi-qubit experiments for the detection and control of individual spins in silicon, the controlled coupling between them, and the coherent transport of quantum information.

This position reports to Professor Michelle Simmons and will work closely with Dr Ludwik Kranz, the Cryogenic Operation and Scale-Up Team Lead, and work alongside other staff and students funded by SQC as well as the Australian Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T). While this role does not have any direct reports, it is expected that they will assist where necessary with the supervision of other team members.

To learn more about the role and apply, click the link below.

 

Multi-Qubit Device Physicist

 

Applications close 1 August 2022

Junior Multi-Qubit Device Physicist

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The Junior Multi-Qubit Physicist works with world-leading atomic electronics and quantum computing teams at Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) based at UNSW Sydney.

This role supports the development of a 100-qubit quantum processor as the team works to scale from 10-qubit to 100-qubit architectures within the decade. In particular, the Junior Multi-Qubit Physicist designs, tests and operates multi-qubit devices for the detection and control of individual spin qubits in silicon, the controlled coupling between them, and the coherent transport of quantum information.

This position reports to Professor Michelle Simmons, will work closely with Dr Ludwik Kranz, the Cryogenic Operation and Scale-Up Team Lead, and work alongside other staff and students funded by SQC as well as the Australian Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T). While this role does not have any direct reports, it is expected that they will assist where necessary with the support of other students and team members.

To learn more about the role and apply, click the link below.

 

Junior Multi-Qubit Device Physicist

 

Applications close 1 August 2022