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Quantum Technologies jobs in Cambridge, MA

At Orion Technology, we're passionate about connecting leading Quantum companies with the brightest minds in the field. We understand the unique needs of the quantum industry and work closely with our clients to identify the top talent driving innovation.

From quantum computing and communications to sensing and materials science, we offer access to groundbreaking opportunities and people across the entire quantum spectrum.


Key Jobs in Quantum Computing:

  • Quantum Physicist

  • Quantum Engineer

  • Quantum Software Engineer

  • Quantum Algorithms Researcher

  • Quantum Control Researcher

  • Quantum Error Correction Researcher

  • Quantum Materials Scientist

  • Quantum Chemist

  • Quantum Machine Learning Engineer

  • Quantum Applications Developer

  • Quantum Policy and Ethics Specialist

 

These are just a few of the key jobs in quantum computing. As the field continues to develop, new roles are likely to emerge. If you are interested in a career in quantum computing, it is important to start developing your skills in areas such as physics, computer science, mathematics, and engineering.

​Cambridge, Massachusetts is considered one of the world's top hubs for life sciences and biotechnology:

  • Home to Harvard University and MIT - two of the world's premier research institutions that drive innovation and spin-offs.

  • Dense cluster of biotech companies, both established and startups, benefiting from proximity and networks. Major companies like Biogen, Sanofi, Novartis have offices.

  • Access to plentiful VC funding through a high concentration of biotech investors in the Boston/Cambridge area.

  • Talent pipeline from having multiple top universities nearby including Harvard Medical School.

  • Hundreds of biotech, pharma, and medical device companies in Cambridge area creates strong job market.

  • Massachusetts provides a supportive ecosystem for biotech growth through tax incentives, grants, and initiatives.

  • Cambridge Kendall Square has been purpose-built as a hub for biotech with lab space, incubators, and community events.

The combination of research institutions, abundant funding, dense industry cluster, and supporting infrastructure make Cambridge arguably the top global innovation hub for life sciences and biotechnology today. It offers unmatched ecosystem connectivity.