Job Description

About this role 

You will work closely with small teams of fellow engineers and scientists to design, build, test, and improve various optical modules, and to integrate those modules into our quantum computers. Familiarity with quantum computing or atomic physics is not necessary for this position, but candidates should display a deep interest in quantum technologies and be self-motivated in a collaborative working environment. 

About you 

In order to be successful in this role, we believe candidates should have: 

  • A master’s degree or equivalent working experience in optics, experimental physics, or a related discipline  

  • Strong hands-on laboratory skills 

  • Basic knowledge of lasers, optics, fiberoptics, opto-mechanics, and optical modulators  

  • Basic programming skills, enabling measurement automation and data analysis 

  • Excellent communication skills, including ability to explain physical reasoning, design decisions, and experimental results 

Preferred qualifications include: 

  • Familiarity with RF/microwave components, feedback electronics, CAD software, and CNC machining 

  • Experience designing and building a scientific instrument or apparatus  

  • A demonstrable record of high achievement in the form of project reports or research reports 

More Details
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Boston , MA , United States
Experience Required: Associate
Date Published: 24 Mar 2022
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