Microsoft Quantum is hiring software engineers and software researchers!
Our team has just published several new job postings for software engineers and researchers in Redmond, WA, USA. I decided to take a moment to tell you more about them – maybe one of them is perfectly aligned with your skills and passion?
Apply for the Quantum Educator job posting
In this role, you will work on education and outreach, creating quantum computing learning materials, running all kinds of events from workshops to hackathons, and empowering other quantum computing educators.
This is the role I’m personally most excited about since it involves working directly with me!
Senior Software Engineer – Quantum Compiler and Runtime
Apply for the Senior Software Engineer – Quantum Compiler and Runtime job posting
In this role, you will work on the compiler and runtime side of Azure Quantum, in areas such as low-level intermediate representations (for example, QIR), programming language design & implementation, compiler optimizations & code translation, and quantum software development tools.
Software Engineer 2 – Azure Quantum Services
Apply for the Software Engineer 2 – Azure Quantum Services job posting
In this role, you will be building our Azure Quantum service infrastructure, collaborating with our partner providers to enable increasingly advanced quantum software workloads. We’re looking for someone with online services/cloud computing experience who is excited to learn more about quantum computing as they go!
Quantum Software Researcher
Apply for the Quantum Software Researcher job posting
In this role, you will develop new software tools to explore new capabilities in quantum computing research and create new content to showcase and explain current quantum research to various communities.
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