Electrical Engineer for Quantum Computing Systems

Paris
Engineering – Infrastructure /
CDI /
On-site
Alice&Bob is developing the first universal, fault-tolerant quantum computer to solve the world’s hardest problems.

The quantum computer we envision building is based on a new kind of superconducting qubit: the Schrödinger cat qubit. In comparison to other superconducting platforms, cat qubits have the astonishing ability to implement quantum error correction autonomously!

We are at the forefront of the quantum race, competing with tech giants such as Google or IBM. We are growing fast, securing 30 million USD of funding in 2022 to develop our unique technology.

We are 80 and counting, between physicists, PhDs, engineers and experienced business professionals, all united in reaching our ambitious goal. If you are an explorer, craving to challenge yourself and make quantum computing come true, come and join us!

In this pivotal Quantum Systems Integration Engineer role, you will be integral in shaping the future of quantum computing. You will oversee the design, implementation, and supervision of our quantum computing systems' electrical and instrumentation aspects.

Responsibilities

    • Integrating and supervising the design of electrical measure equipment (RF, DC, etc.).
    • Ensuring robust design of rack equipment and integrating future technologies.
    • Developing main electrical system designs for the racks, focusing on power management, noise reduction, and ground loops.
    • Creating prototypes, conducting tests, and drawing up detailed plans and diagrams.
    • Designing hardware and functional architecture for electronic equipment.
    • Conducting feasibility studies and technical documentation for subcontractors.
    • Performing quality control and designing test benches.
    • Analyzing test data and compiling comprehensive reports.
    • Providing training and support to team members.
    • Proficient in Python, with experience in using various measurement tools.

Requirements

    • A Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Experimental Physics.
    • At least 3 years of experience in industrial electronics.
    • Skilled in SolidWorks Electrical or similar tools.
    • Strong understanding of software development practices and Python.
    • Knowledge of quantum superconducting circuits and cryogenic measurements.

Benefits

    • 25-day vacation policy (as per French law) + RTT
    • Half of transportation cost coverage (as per French law), or yearly allowance for the die-hard bicycle users
    • Competitive health benefits with Alan
    • Meal vouchers with Swile, as well as access to a fully equipped kitchen
    • Parental benefits with crèche support
    • Flexible remote policy, up to 25 % a month.


Research shows that women might feel hesitant to apply for this job if they don't match 100% of the job requirements listed. This list is a guide, and we'd love to receive your application even if you think you're only a partial match. We are looking to build teams that innovate, not just tick boxes on a job spec.

You will join of one of the most innovative startups in France at an early stage, to be part of a passionate and friendly team on its mission to build the first universal quantum computer!

We love to share and learn from one another, so you will be certain to innovate, develop new ideas, and have the space to grow.