Careers

At Archer, we know that our people are our greatest asset. If you choose to work with us, we will empower and support you to realise your full potential. This is a place where your talent and skills are treated as unique, and where your brilliance is valued. Every day.

Our people are passionate about working at Archer because it allows them to contribute to something bigger; to be part of a team that has the collective power to make a global impact. If you want to contribute to something bigger, take a look at our current opportunities. If you’re not ready yet, you can register your interest for future roles.

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Our People

Our team is growing and includes nanotechnologists, physicists, chemists, engineers, and quantum algorithm developers from around the world, who are leaders in their fields and passionate about creating breakthrough technologies.

Excellence for us means uniquely and ambitiously reframing what it means to succeed. We’re committed to making a positive, long-term impact, where collaboration is vital to getting results. Our team act ethically and with honesty, transparency, and openness, in all that we do.

But there’s something truly unique that links everyone together here; and that’s our ability to inspire others.

Rewards & Benefits

At Archer, you’ll be recognised and rewarded for the role you play in helping the company succeed. Your financial well-being is important to us.

We reward our people through competitive salaries, superannuation, performance incentive options, and potential bonus payments.

We offer training and development that’s tailored to your ambitions, and we provide support for professional memberships.

But we know it’s not just about that. You want to work somewhere with a positive culture, where people enjoy coming in to work. Part of life at Archer is that we offer a rare mix of an easy-going flexible culture within a high performance working environment.

Our Locations

We believe that every space has a purpose, and every purpose has a space.

We work in different locations across beautiful Australian cities in world-class facilities. Our workplaces drive our enthusiasm for ‘Tech for Good’ and help us align our purpose with people who share our values.

LOT FOURTEEN

Located in the centre of Adelaide, ranked the world’s 3rd most liveable city 2021, Lot Fourteen is creating a precinct that is making a global impact by accelerating innovation, entrepreneurship, research, education, culture, and tourism.

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SYDNEY KNOWLEDGE HUB

A research commercialisation and industry engagement hub which is located on the University of Sydney campus, The Sydney Knowledge Hub helps researchers build strong partnerships with industry by providing a collaboration space and an innovation ecosystem to improve commercialisation outcomes.

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TANK STREAM LABS

Tank Stream Labs is a technology focused, premium co-working space in the heart of the Sydney CBD, with a dynamic community that supports innovation, collaboration, brilliance, excellence, and entrepreneurship. Spread across multiple floors; the space boasts a modern, unique office environment.

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RESEARCH AND PROTOTYPING FOUNDRY

The Research and Prototype Foundry is based at the  Sydney Nanoscience Hub in Sydney. The facility provides access to state-of-the-art instruments for the fabrication of micro- and nano-devices. As well as specialised processes, the facility allows users to make devices and prototype new ideas.

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Current Opportunities

Quantum Hardware Engineer
Quantum Computing

Quantum hardware development role requiring a post PhD with a strong background in experimental quantum physics, specifically in the areas of solid-state device fabrication and qubit control.

You will:

  • Design and fabricate nanoelectronic spin control and readout devices
  • Participate in the development of IP
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders in the development of quantum hardware
  • Communicate technology development outcomes through a variety of publication channels
  • Contribute to applications for funding
  • Report, document and assess development milestones

This role is based in Sydney CBD.

The full role description can be found here.

Quantum Device Theoretical Physicist
Quantum Computing

Quantum device theory role requiring a post PhD with a strong background in the theoretical modelling of quantum logic devices, specifically in the control and readout of spin-based qubit systems.

You will:

  • Theoretically design nanoelectronic spin readout and spin control devices
  • Participate in the development of IP
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders in the development of quantum hardware
  • Independently identify and address challenges relevant to the realisation of quantum devices
  • Communicate technology development outcomes through a variety of publication channels
  • Contribute to applications for funding
  • Report, document and assess development milestones

This role is based in Sydney CBD.

The full role description can be found here.

Quantum Algorithm Developer
Quantum Computing

Post PhD with a background in quantum physics or quantum chemistry (or similar) with experience in quantum algorithm development required.

You will:

  • Design and implement quantum algorithms using IBM’s Qiskit platform
  • Actively pursue engagement with external stakeholders for collaborative development of quantum algorithms
  • Participate in the development of intellectual property in-line with agreed strategy and policy
  • Communicate technology outcomes through a number of publication channels

This role is based in Sydney CBD.

The full role description can be found here.

Materials Chemist
Quantum Computing

Materials chemistry position requiring a post PhD with a strong background in the synthesis and characterisation of nanomaterials.

You will:

  • Synthesise, characterise, and develop nanomaterials for quantum technology
  • Participate in the development of IP
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders in the development of quantum materials for qubit applications
  • Communicate technology development outcomes through a variety of publication channels
  • Contribute to applications for funding
  • Report, document and assess development milestones

This role is based in Sydney CBD.

The full role description can be found here.

Nanofabrication Engineer
Quantum Computing

Nanofab Engineer position requiring experience in semiconductor-grade cleanroom environments using characterisation equipment including SEM, TEM, FIB, AFM, along with a keen interest in building nanoscale devices for real-world applications.

You will:

  • Develop nanofabrication processes as relevant to Archer’s semiconductor technology projects.
  • Design and continually improve fabrication methods and processes.
  • Participate in the development of intellectual property in-line with agreed strategy and policies.
  • Work closely with Archer team members and external stakeholders in the collaborative development of chip-based quantum logic devices.
  • Communicate technology development outcomes through several publication channels including patent applications and scientific publications.
  • Report, document, and assess completed technology development milestones

This role is based in Sydney CBD.

The full role description can be found here.

TALENT POOL

It’s not just about the tech. We’re continually strengthening our dynamic team. Whether you’re driven by science, deep-tech, or inspired by innovation, our business is providing opportunities to grow your career.

We’re looking for the best and brightest minds. Let us know who you are; be yourself and tell us how you want to succeed at Archer. Now is the time.