|Recruiter:||Oxford Quantum Circuits|
|Listed on:||1st March|
|Salary Notes:||Competitive + Benefits|
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At Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC) we are building quantum computers to enable life-changing discoveries : from new drug modelisation to longer-lasting battery technology and portfolio optimisation. We are developing a cloud based quantum computer service - Quantum Computing as a Service (QCaaS) - to help our customers improve their operations and trailblaze new commercial and scientific approaches.
Our team is composed of 20 people with various backgrounds in quantum physics, nanotechnologies, hardware, and software. We are all bound by the desire to put OQC at the forefront of the quantum revolution and build a technology with practical applications in mind.
As a Compiler Engineer at OQC you will be at the forefront of our efforts to put quantum computing in the hands of our partners and customers, enabling them to get the most use out of our hardware. You will be a part of designing the compiler for OQC's quantum computers.
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Location and Travel
This role is based in the UK. OQC's office is located in Shinfield, Reading. There will be a requirement for occasional travel throughout the UK and elsewhere abroad for conferences, meetings and engineering visits.
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We look forward to hearing from you!
At OQC we are not just hoping you'll fit in our culture. We aspire to thrive, as a company and as people, thanks to your diversity of thought and background. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to providing our team members with a work environment free from discrimination, where everyone is treated with respect. Our employment decisions are based on business needs, talent and merit and all our colleagues share in the responsibility for fulfilling our commitment to diversity.