Quantum Benchmark is the leading provider of software solutions to improve the capabilities of quantum computers through error characterization and error suppression. Our company is led by a team of the world’s top research scientists and engineers in the field with the mission of enabling quantum computers to solve real-world problems.
Quantum Benchmark’s True-QTM software system supports both R&D and run-time environments for today’s leading quantum computing hardware platforms, with active licenses to many leading quantum computing efforts at Fortune 500 companies (including Google AI Quantum) and academic labs around the world.
“I couldn’t imagine building a quantum computer without this.”
Dr. John Martinis, Chief Scientist of Quantum Hardware and leader of Google’s Quantum AI Lab.
We are an accomplished and dynamic workplace, with a strong focus on cultivating quantum research excellence and a commitment to community and employee engagement. Quantum Benchmark is a venture-backed company with headquarters in Kitchener-Waterloo (Canada), a rapidly growing quantum community that has been named a “hub of innovation” and the “world’s Quantum Valley”.
We are always looking for talented individuals with expertise in Quantum Computing, experience in C++ and Python software development, and a desire to work on challenging and unique projects. If this sounds like you, please send your resume to email@example.com to discuss potential employment opportunities.
Salary Rate: Commensurate with experience
Work Type: Full-time
Start Date: Immediately
About the Role:
As a member of our software engineering team, you will work along-side some of the world’s best quantum software engineers in developing our enterprise level software. We are looking for people who want to be an integral part in bringing on the next great technological era.
The role’s primary focus is working with an existing team to develop and maintain diagnostic, calibration, compilation, and visualization tools in the True-Q software system that support R&D to advance quantum computing performance and capabilities.