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Open Positions

We’re hiring

As a growing company, we are always looking for new team members. Whether you’re interested in quantum technologies or have something innovative and unique to bring to the table, we’d love to see if you’re a good fit for softwareQ. We offer a competitive compensation package, and the opportunity to work in one of today's most exciting fields.

Quantum algorithms and/or quantum error correction (fault-tolerance) researcher

Full Time

Minimal qualifications:

  • MSc/PhD in Quantum Information, Computer Science, Math, Physics, ECE or equivalent

  • Strong publication record

  • Familiarity with at least one mainstream programming language (e.g., Python, C++, Go etc.)

Required skills (one or more of the following):

  • Strong provable knowledge of quantum algorithms (NISQ and/or far-term)

  • Strong provable knowledge of fault-tolerant techniques (including but not limited to surface codes, quantum resource estimation, distillation protocols)

Additional coding abilities and familiarity with data structures and algorithms are a plus.

To apply, please send us your CV and Cover Letter to

Quantum Software Engineer

Full Time

Minimal qualifications:

  • BSc/MSc in Computer Science/Engineering, Physics, Electrical Engineering or equivalent

  • Familiarity with linear algebra

  • Excellent coding abilities

Required skills:

  • Strong provable knowledge of data structures and algorithms

  • Strong provable knowledge of C++ and Python, other programming languages a plus

  • Work-on experience with control versioning systems, unit testing frameworks and continuous integration systems, such as Git, CircleCI, AppVeyor etc.

A plus if familiar with any of:

  • Eigen C++ matrix library

  • Compiler techniques (LLVM)

  • GUI frameworks

To apply, please send us your CV and Cover Letter to

Intern (Co-op)


We are looking for highly motivated students to join our co-op program. Feel like you want to learn more about the exciting field of quantum computing and quantum software? Don't hesitate to drop us a line at

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